What does history tell us about the behavior of declining implied volatility?
If you’re considering long straddles, today’s post has the perspective you need.
Changing correlations can affect how our portfolios perform during a selloff. Read on to learn more...
If you’re thinking about trading LEAPS, then today’s post may help with the decision-making process!
New perspective on trading behavior in indices during earnings season may help you tweak your approach.
October saw a dramatic increase in market volatility - today’s post can help you better understand how portfolio P/L typically behaves under such conditions.
If you are curious how fear spreads when it hits financial markets, today’s post is for you!
After a long period of tranquility, market volatility returned with a vengeance in October.
New research presented by tastytrade may help you optimize how you select strikes in your options trades.
Natural gas trading usually heats up in winter. Today’s post will help you prepare for potential opportunities in this high-volume futures commodity.
If you find IVR helpful in evaluating opportunities in traditional equity options, you can also apply it to options on futures.
Following the S&P 500 is one thing, but understanding how it works is quite another!
The Chinese internet subsector has been extremely volatile in recent weeks.
Historical data can help us better understand the relative risk of a potential trade, especially around earnings announcements.
The VIX can help us understand risks in the trading environment, but it can also be indicative of profit potential.
How does implied volatility in stock market indices tend to behave after a selloff?
We know that IV Ranks above 50% have historically performed well in terms of short volatility. But how does the rest of the IVR spectrum look?
Modifying the duration of trades according to the volatility environment may help in optimizing performance.
When trading the options of single stocks, it’s critical to understand how the potential risks differ from indices/ETFs.
If rising risks in the market have you thinking about portfolio protection via wings, then read on!