Do You Trade With Moving Averages?

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Recently, we completed research that shows moving averages can be used as part of a strategy to find short-term, mean reversion trading opportunities. This may be surprising to some traders because it might seem odd to use a trend-following indicator like MAs in a short-term, mean reversion strategy. This research was just published in our [Read More]

1st Quantified Options Trading Strategies Summit – Preview w/Larry Connors

1st Quantified Options Trading Strategies Summit -Preview Video with Larry Connors    1st Quantified Options Trading Strategies Summit: August 25, 2012, 10am-2pm ET Now Only:  $3,495

1st Quantified Options Trading Strategies Summit – Preview Video

1st Quantified Options Trading Strategies Summit -Preview Video with Larry Connors    1st Quantified Options Trading Strategies Summit: August 25, 2012, 10am-2pm ET Now Only:  $3,495

Battle Plan 2.0: More Trades, Big Edges, Better Opportunities

Larry Connors Daily Battle Plan Now featuring trading set-ups including stocks, options and exchange-traded funds, Larry Connors Daily Battle Plan is better positioned than ever to offer bigger edges, more trades and more opportunities to take advantage of our quantified, statistics-based research.

Option Survival: Setting and Following Bailout Levels

Of all the dilemmas that option traders face, the question of when to take profits or cut losses is frequently at the top the list. Here, Michael C. Thomsett shows you how to best navigate options trading with specific goals and a bailout point in mind.

Navigating the Sea of Volatility with Options

When volatility is excruciatingly low, try these option strategies that can produce outsized gains while mitigating the potential for future volatility increases.

Understanding the Seasonality of Options

Thanks to the seasonality patterns that overlie option trades, those new to the world of options are often caught off guard by how quickly options can lose their value. Learn more about the different kinds of option cycles from Dan Passarelli.

Trading Options on the SPYs

Jeff Augen shares a slight twist to an options trading strategy, which nearly always generates more profit over extended periods of time. Learn the advantage of trading options on ETFs and apply it to your trading now.

The Covered Call Ratio Write — the Portfolio Cash Cow

Here’s an explanation of how the ratio write works to help you determine whether or not the strategy is a good match for your options trading.

The Forward Roll: Avoiding Option Exercise Indefinitely

Before entering into any option strategy, especially for covered call positions, traders should understand the rules. Here Michael Thomsett explains the forward rolling strategy

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