Andrew Keene of Keene on the Market joins TheStreet's Jill Malandrino from the floor of the CME Group to review market action as the S&P 500 has round-tripped to its January 15 all-time closing high. Despite emerging market instability and relatively weak economic data Keene is long the market because as we saw in 2013, this is a very tough tape to fight. He emphasizes it's key to be tactical and there are better sectors and stocks to trade than others. A key to his strategy is analyzing unusual options activity in trade selection.
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