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NYSE Euronext U.S. Options Exchanges announced on November 12, 2012 that they are expanding the listing and trading of their Short Term Option Series program from a single week to five consecutive weeks.

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  • Trade Size: Taming The 800-Pound Gorilla

    I often refer to selecting a proper position size as the easiest and most important risk-management technique for the individual trader. It is always tempting to trade bigger size, especially when confident. Big size can produce big profits. Traders believe that earning bigger profits is the path to wealth.

    By MarkWolfinger,

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    • 29 views
  • Best Trading Articles 09/24/16

    Reading as much as we can about trading always helps us to improve and become better traders. I'm pleased to share some of the best trading articles, podcasts and videos from some of my favorite traders, bloggers and educators. If you came across an interesting article please share it in the comments section.

    By Kim,

    • 0 comments
    • 310 views
  • Probability vs. Certainty Trap

    We all would like all our trades to be winners, but we know this is not possible. We know some of the trades will be losers. Many traders think that if a trade has lost money, it was a bad trade. They try to identify what errors they made that lead to losses. Why? "Because I lost money! So surely I have made a mistake somewhere?”

    By Kim,

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    • 149 views
  • Should You Care About The Sharpe Ratio?

    The Sharpe Ratio is a measure for calculating risk-adjusted return, and this ratio has become the industry standard for such calculations. It was developed by Nobel laureate William F. Sharpe. The Sharpe Ratio is the annualized return of an investment earned in excess of the risk free rate divided by the investment's annualized volatility.

    By Jesse,

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    • 507 views
  • 10 Options Trading Myths Debunked

    There are a lot of myths and misconceptions about options trading. Many traders refrain from trading options because they consider it too risky. The only dangerous part of options trading is the risk-insensitive trader who buys and sells options with little or no understanding of just what can go wrong.

    By Kim,

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    • 231 views
  • Adaptability And Discipline

    Whenever we talk about discipline, everyone seems to understand that we are referring to trade decisions. We know that good discipline is required to pull the trigger and exit a trade with a loss. It really should not be difficult. After all, we know our position has not been working and is not likely to get better any time soon.

    By MarkWolfinger,

    • 0 comments
    • 196 views
  • Best Trading Articles 09/17/16

    Reading as much as we can about trading always helps us to improve and become better traders. I'm pleased to share some of the best trading articles, podcasts and videos from some of my favorite traders, bloggers and educators. If you came across an interesting article please share it in the comments section.

    By Kim,

    • 0 comments
    • 245 views
  • Uncovering the Covered Call

    For most option traders their first encounter with options was probably Covered Calls. Covered Calls are easy to understand, seem to have very little risk and convey the feeling of being more than just a “plain investor”. They are still the most popular option strategy.

    By Reelken,

    • 8 comments
    • 695 views
  • 3 Words You Won't Hear On CNBC

    The future and markets are unpredictable. When asked on CNBC to make any predictions or forecasts about the future or the markets, the ONLY correct answer is: I DON'T KNOW. Of course nobody has the courage to say those three words on CNBC or other financial media, otherwise they would never be invited back. 

    By Kim,

    • 0 comments
    • 351 views
  • Are The Markets Rigged?

    "Since the beginning of the financial markets, trading has undergone constant changes. High frequency trading, rigged markets, unexpected news and insider trading makes profitable trading impossible for the regular trader. But is that really true, and is trading becoming harder and harder these days?"

    By Kim,

    • 0 comments
    • 308 views



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