Earnings Euphoria Expected in Netflix and Tesla
Thoughts For Expiration Friday and Earnings Season
Tesla Options Traders Still Showing Faith
What Have the Banks Taught Us As Earnings Season Begins?
Options Skews Are Skewed, Again
The Real Holiday Trades: Amazon Prime Day, Apple 5G Day
Why Let the Facts Get in the Way of a Good Story?
Careful What You Wish For
Steve Sosnick, Interactive Brokers’ chief strategist, discusses the market’s reaction to stimulus and election news.
Yesterday: “Eruption”. Today: Might As Well “Jump”
Digesting a Big Move
Stocks Up, VIX Up – How Can That Be?
Covid, Stimulus, Jobs. Anything Else?
When Hope Outpaces Reality
A Political Calculation
All things considered, markets have a difficult time dealing with political risks. Markets are good at discounting events that affect earnings, cash flows, dividends, and other fundamental inputs to stock prices.
Are Markets Worrying About Electoral Chaos, or a Capital Gains Hike
Worst Week Since March. What Are You Doing About It?
Some Considerations About Investing With Margin
Are Earnings Expectations Causing the Bump in November Volatility?
Are the Trends Still Our Friends?
The VIX Curve is Telling Us to Buckle Up For Electoral Turbulence
A Few Thoughts for This Quarterly Expiration, and the Next
Fed Aftermath and Quarterly Expiration
Can You Spot a Pattern in the Market’s Reaction to Fed Meetings?
How Sports Bettors (and Others) Forced Market Makers to Surf the Retail Wave
Use Your IBKR Trader Workstation to See What the Options Market Thinks About Earnings Expectations
Buy the Dip Is Not Dead
A Rude Welcome Back From a Long Weekend
Steve Sosnick, Interactive Brokers’ chief strategist, discusses options’ skew and stocks’ activity. Are investors only looking at upside and not considering the downside?