The S&P 500 Index has rebounded mid-morning from what now stacks up to be a 5.4% correction from the record peak, as investors chew on a smorgasbord of geopolitical concerns.
Options play: The E-mini S&P 500 finally has a healthy correction. The question now is, how much of a correction could we be looking at?
What a great week for a crude oil bear like myself and if you've been following me you know how happy I am. The question still remains, how low can crude oil go?
Despite a closing 1.95% loss for its share price to $88.70, activity in Alibaba’s options was relatively balanced.
Crude prices are moving lower and that means there's an opportunity to buy put options or bear put spreads with a call for a hedge in a 3 to 1 ratio just in case the trend changes dramatically to the upside.
The sudden slide for stocks today reminds us just how absent volatility has been during the rally that drove market indices to record highs.
Broad market selloff, 'bendgate' boost Apple implied volatility.
September is shaping up to be a solid month for options volume with the metric higher by 9.7% compared to the same time one month ago.
As soybeans and corn make fresh new lows, are they poised to continue lower as we head into the harvest?
So far, the crude oil market has shown little concern toward reports of rising violence in Eastern Ukraine that breached a temporary ceasefire put in play late last week with pro-Russian separatists