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Jun

28

2016

Trading Like a Casino – The Interview with Michael Gross and Don Singletary

Click To Read Audio Transcript (Audio Transcript) Michael: Hello everyone, this is Michael Gross of OptionSellers.com, here with your monthly guest expert interview. This month’s guest expert is Don Singletary, author of the Options Exposed Playbook. Don spent 25 years as a consultant for commercial commodity hedge plans, helping him to implement option strategies to lower cost and increase their efficiency. He has also spent...

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The FUDOM Method of Selling Options
Jun

17

2016

The FUDOM Method of Selling Options

How to sell options with the highest odds of Expiring Worthless What is FUDOM? NEW VIDEO – The FUDOM Method – WATCH OPTIONSELLERS.COM’s Michael Gross Explain the FUDOM Method. WATCH NOW Opposite of what Most Option Books Teach Example: FUDOM vs. “Book Knowledge” Option Selling JULY 2014 COFFEE   Dr. John sells a July Coffee 2.15 call and 1.80 put – it’s how he was…

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Natural Gas Price Rally Not Supported by Fundamentals: Call Selling Opportunities Now Presented
Jun

10

2016

Natural Gas Price Rally Not Supported by Fundamentals: Call Selling Opportunities Now Presented

SPECIAL SEASONAL REPORT I’ve been asked if I favor the short side of markets – a perpetual bear regardless of price or momentum. The answer is absolutely not. In fact, I’m starting to turn bullish on a basket of commodities this summer (don’t miss our piece on the Cattle market in your July Option Seller Newsletter) However, the research you read here is mostly for…

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A Silver Bullet for Fed Uncertainty
Jun

6

2016

A Silver Bullet for Fed Uncertainty

Don’t look now but June is here – the long awaited month where the all-powerful Federal Reserve will answer the question of the year – will they or won’t they? Just a few short weeks ago – investors and pundits seemed fairly confident that June’s Fed meeting would be a non-event. The dollar was weak, the “risk on” vibe was dominant. Then a slew of…

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Jun

3

2016

Forget the Fed: Softs Markets Heating Up in Commodities

Click To Read Video Transcript (Video Transcript) Good afternoon. This is James Cordier of OptionSellers.com with a market update for June 3rd. Later this year, we’re going to look back at the months of May and June. I think we’re going to see that we had quite a crescendo in option values as premiums have ballooned over the last 30 to 60 days, with much...

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The Triumphant Return of the Credit Spread
Jun

2

2016

The Triumphant Return of the Credit Spread

Fresh volatility in the commodities markets now makes these high odds strategies viable across different sectors. In May of 2015, COMEX Silver prices traded at $18.00 per ounce. From that point, they began a jagged steady decline down to below of $14 per ounce by December. But as prices descended, a funny thing began to happen. After an initial drop in June, volatility began to…

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May

26

2016

The Maserati of Option Credit Spreads

Click To Read Audio Transcript (Audio Transcript) Michael: Hello, everyone. Welcome to the monthly Option Seller Radio Show. This is Michael Gross here with James Cordier, coming to you from Tampa, Florida- our main office. We’re going to talk a little bit about the markets, a little bit about trading this month. Quite a bit going on, including what could be the final game of...

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Soybeans Redux: New Volatility Makes Options Richer, Deeper for Call Sellers
May

19

2016

Soybeans Redux: New Volatility Makes Options Richer, Deeper for Call Sellers

Fundamental Picture remains one of adequate, if not burdensome supply There is a line in the Movie Jaws where Richard Dreyfus, arguing on the phone with “The Oceanographic Institute” presents the argument, and I paraphrase, “Why should I come all the way to Australia when I’ve got a bona fide great white shark right here?” I present that response to the readers who write in…

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Sell in May and Go Away?
May

16

2016

Sell in May and Go Away?

Are Stocks getting ready to roll over again? S&P 500 Stocks have gained back all of January’s losses. But some key indicators suggest today’s market is overvalued. “Sell in May and go away.” Its one of those old axioms about the stock market that investors tend to chuckle at (albeit uncomfortably), and then continue on as usual. I’m not a stock analyst and make no…

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