Most investors are familiar with what earnings are, but less know about the different strategies and considerations when investing in a company with upcoming earnings. In this post you will learn about what earnings are, the terminology associated with earnings, and how you can place an 'earnings trade.'
Choosing an options expiration date can be challenging as a new trader. This post will provide information and tips on choosing an optimal expiration date.
With oil prices rebounding over the last month, earnings in the energy sector will be of particular interest this cycle. Read on to learn more about potential volatility in the oil patch this month.
The most popular volatility measurements in the marketplace are not only indicators of sentiment but also tradable products for taking/hedging risk. Join us as we focus on these critical tools.
Earnings trades are a great engagement tool. When market volatility overall is low, earnings trades might be the only premium selling opportunities available.
Earnings season is believed to be a time of great risk and reward for traders of equity options. However, short premium traders should keep in mind that theta decay can be synthetically inflated during expirations that contain an earnings event. Read on to learn more!
This Market Measures segment covers different durations (multiple expiration months) and goes through key takeaways when determining any earnings-related options trading strategy.
It's earnings season again! On "Options Jive," Tom and Tony discuss a study from the tastytrade research team, examining the earnings of AMZN, NFLX, and SBUX.
Strap on your seat belts because today's blog post puts the spotlight on some very exciting findings related to earnings straddles!