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By Mike Oyster
Last month we outlined the theory behind the buy-write trading strategy. Buy-write, also called covered call writing, programs have experienced stratospheric growth recently and now include more than
By Darrell Jobman
Technology has revolutionized the way business is done around the world, including many aspects of trading during the last 30 years, but has it really produced any innovations in technical analysis
By Ben Lichtenstein
Arbitrage is one of the most influential but commonly misunderstood factors that drive price activity in modern futures markets. Understanding how arb trades work can give you an edge...
By Chris Mcmahon
Agricultural commodities are changing and despite the fact that they trade in predominantly open-outcry pits, the changes are real. As historically domestic products become exports, suppliers such as
By Steve Zwick
Paolo di Montorio-Veronese runs a company called PdMV Capital. The letters come from his aristocratic name, and the fund of funds he just launched, the PhD Fund, boasts an impressive 16.6% proforma
Like the United States, Europe is a land of deep, broad liquidity pools, but it also a land of niche markets, such as Danish callable mortgage bonds, which have become hugely popular among traders
By Yesenia Salcedo
Carey comes from a family of CBOT traders. His father traded grains at CBOT, mostly wheat, for about 30 years; his nephew is CBOT Chairman Charlie Carey; and three of his four children trade at CBOT
Crude stubbornly drills toward record
Bitreserve raises nearly $10 million; Coinbase funding global expansion
Option check: Russian stocks rebound
Have retail sales become irrelevant?
Simplifying fibonacci for traders
Lower crude produces winners & losers...