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  • Where Will The Markets Open? by Ihor Vysotskyy

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Where Will The Markets Open? by Ihor Vysotskyy Here's how you can use fair value to determine where the market will open. Turn on CNBC before the market opens and you will see the S&P futures quotes. How important are they? If you are an experienced trader, you know that the Standard & Poor's 500 futures contract, which is based on the S&P 500 index, is a valuable forecasting tool. But what exactly is the connection between the S&P 500 index and futures on this index, and how can this connection help define where the market will open? FUTURES VS. CASH The S&P 500 is a capitalization-weight...

  • Stock-Split Trading

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Two stocks are better than one....

  • Which Strike Is Best? by Ihor Vysotskyy

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Which Strike Is Best? by Ihor Vysotskyy Here's a method for selecting advantageous options. Purchasing call options is often considered to be the simplest strategy when it comes to trading options. The method is based on the assumption that when the price of the underlying financial instrument goes up, the call option will also rise, generating a profit. However, this is not always the case. Most beginners in the options market start out by purchasing a call option, but are disappointed when they discover they have been misled into believing no risk is involved. Instead of profits, they exp...

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