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Is The Housing Market About To Hit A Top?

| July 25, 2018 | 0 Comments
Is The Housing Market About To Hit A Top?

I don’t spend a lot of time writing about real estate in this space. It’s not that it isn’t important, in fact it’s quite the opposite. Of all the sectors most impacted by a change in interest rates, real estate is at the top of the list. However, I just don’t find real estate that […]

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Finding Value With Options Trading

| November 13, 2015 | 0 Comments
Finding Value With Options Trading

Finding Value With Options Trading There are many different reasons to invest in stocks.  For example, some buyers are looking for growth, others income.  Ultimately everyone is looking to make money… but how we get there is clearly open to interpretation. One popular method of investing is value investing.  That is, when investors look for […]

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Unusual Options Activity In Microsoft $MSFT

| September 9, 2015 | 0 Comments
Unusual Options Activity In Microsoft $MSFT

Unusual Options Activity In Microsoft $MSFT  As many of you know, unusual options activity can be a valuable indicator as to what traders are thinking, and more importantly, where these stocks are heading in the short-term. This is something professional options traders pay a lot of attention to, and for good reason…  Unusual options activity can “tip […]

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Unusual Options Activity In Home Depot $HD

| April 20, 2015 | 0 Comments
Unusual Options Activity In Home Depot $HD

As many of you know, unusual options activity can be a valuable indicator as to what traders are thinking, and more importantly, where these stocks are heading in the short-term. This is something professional options traders pay a lot of attention to, and for good reason…  Unusual options activity can “tip off” big moves in a stock, […]

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Debit Spread

| April 5, 2012 | 0 Comments
Debit Spread

Debit spread is a term used to describe the direction cash flows when executing a spread trade. When the simultaneous buying and selling of options results in a cash outflow (debit) from your account it is called a debit spread.  In other words, the options you buy cost more than the options you sell. There […]

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