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2 replies on “Flatter Than Normal VIX Term Structure and What It Means”
I really enjoy your market snippets every day. Area I need help on selecting the best put/call target after I have identified the stock(pattern etc.) *I have either missed this discussion, or it hasn’t happened… I search for this in all the different presentations that come into my e-mail box everyday. Any suggestions on reading material? P.S see you in October gathering on-line.
Hey Doug, Thanks for the feedback on the videos. Yeah. Maybe I’ll do a video on selecting the best put/call next week. That’s a useful bit of skill to have. I wouldn’t know any other material on it. So I guess I’ll create it! I hope you catch my webinars now and then too. Dan