Linking Rates and Equity Markets

Linking Rates and Equity Markets

A yield curve inversion could be coming and today’s post will prepare you for what might follow, according to historical data.

The Effect of Vega

The Effect of Vega

While delta and theta sometimes steal the headlines, vega is equally important!

Tasty Analytics: Put/Call Rank

Tasty Analytics: Put/Call Rank

Introducing Put/Call Rank, a metric devised by tastytrade that can assist you in evaluating potential trading opportunities.

New Research on Weekly Options

New Research on Weekly Options

New research conducted by tastytrade on weekly options may help you optimize your thinking on this type of equity derivative.

Tasty Update: Where is the Fear?

Tasty Update: Where is the Fear?

Do current market relationships appropriately reflect risks based on historical patterns? Today’s post explores this topic and more...

Diversifying SPY Exposure with TLT

Diversifying SPY Exposure with TLT

TLT has historically shared a negative correlation with SPY, which means it could be a good candidate for diversifying a portfolio.

Trading Interest Rates via the NOB

Trading Interest Rates via the NOB

With 30-year interest rates hovering near historic lows, today’s post reviews a popular bond futures trade that involves the 10-year Note and the 30-year Bond.

Emerging Markets: Indicators to Follow

Emerging Markets: Indicators to Follow

Following trading activity in emerging markets can help traders better understand why other segments of the financial markets are moving in one direction or the other.

Basics of FX Spreading

Basics of FX Spreading

The Canadian-Australian currency spread has reached a price “extreme.” Read on to learn more about spread trades involving FX futures…

Skew Index: Fresh Insights on Risk

Skew Index: Fresh Insights on Risk

If you’re looking for new ways to analyze trading conditions, particularly as it relates to uncertainty, then today’s post is for you!

BIDU: Picture Me Rollin'

BIDU: Picture Me Rollin'

Recent movement in BIDU makes it a great learning example for “rolling” decisions - both good and bad.