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It's not always easy to take the measure of a market, whether you've been trading for a day or a decade. On this segment we look under the hood—options probabilities, volatility, trading strategies, futures, you name it—so your trading mechanics are built to manage more winners.
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If you want to trade like a tastylive trader, you have to learn how to talk like a tastylive trader. Sit down with Tom and Tony as they dish out and discuss popular trading topics that give you an edge when opening, closing and managing your trades.
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The tastylive network teaches investors innovative, simple ways to trade stocks, options, and futures, take advantage of market volatility and build a successful portfolio. Tom Sosnoff leads an irreverent and playful band of floor traders who are showing America a new way to quickly find low risk, high return strategies in bullish, bearish and sideways markets.
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The S&P 500 is poised for a modest weekly gain despite a 0.09% dip. NASDAQ outperformed today, up 0.34%, while the Russell 2000 fell 1.72%. Bitcoin and Ether declined, whereas gold and silver rebounded. Concerns linger about bonds and volatility in Europe, with implications for global markets. Watchers anticipate Fed insights next week amid lower l…
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Jim Schultz returns to the show, recapping recent market developments and preparing for the upcoming options expiration week, highlighting the impact of recent CPI data and the FOMC meeting. He discusses current trades, market conditions, and strategies for future positions, emphasizing the importance of futures options. He engages with audience qu…
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Anton Kulikov and Tony Battista discuss Tom's seasickness on a Mediterranean yacht, before diving into a CBOE-sponsored market measure on pairs trading. They discuss the correlation between gold and silver in strangles and iron condors, assessing diversification benefits versus potential risks. Analyzing 15 years of data, they conclude that such tr…
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Chris Vecchio and Tony Battista discussthe market's stagnation, suggesting it was an "iron condor kind of day" with a focus on ZN, copper, and the Russell. Despite high volatility in the Russell, slow trading prevailed. PPI reports and a strong 30-year Treasury bond auction are notable, alongside mixed reactions to Broadcom's stock split. Trading s…
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Anton and Tony analyzed post-FOMC volatility patterns, using the VIX 1D as a predictive tool. They observed that, historically, SPX volatility often mirrors the VIX 1D's pre-FOMC level, influencing subsequent market moves. They highlighted that when VIX 1D closes lower, SPX averages a 36-point change, but a higher VIX 1D nearly doubles the movement…
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Julia Spina and Tony Battista focused on calculating expected moves for stocks, emphasizing the importance of implied volatility (IV) over price and days to expiration (DTE). While IV, price, and DTE all impact expected moves, IV's volatility significantly influences the expected range, backed by data from SPY and VIX. This underscores why IV is cr…
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Liz Dierking and Jenny Andrews discuss progressive eyewear, their return to live broadcasting, and market updates including SPX, VIX, and individual stocks like Oracle (ORCL) and NVIDIA (NVDA). They emphasize trading strategies like taking 50% profits, option spreads, and handling futures in products like GC and MCD. Viewers interact via Twitter, a…
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Tim Knight discusses the importance of market breadth amid a NASDAQ rally driven by NVIDIA. He emphasizes that while NVIDIA dominates, the overall participation from other stocks is weak, which could signal underlying market vulnerabilities. Knight shares his strategy of holding bearish positions benefiting from low volatility. He also examines var…
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Jermal Chandler and Errol Coleman discuss their personal and trading experiences, including strategies on bonds, futures, and zero DTE options. They highlight the importance of multiple trading accounts, including "rogue" accounts for non-standard trades, and share insights on handling emotional challenges in trading and parenting. Coleman reflects…
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Jim Schultz returns to the show, recapping recent market developments and preparing for the upcoming options expiration week, highlighting the impact of recent CPI data and the FOMC meeting. He discusses current trades, market conditions, and strategies for future positions, emphasizing the importance of futures options. He engages with audience qu…
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European political concerns trigger market softness, echoing 2017's French election jitters. Despite strong earnings from Broadcom and Adobe, global macro risks are rising. Sovereign stress and weakening economic data, especially from China, signal potential downturns. Stocks, especially NASDAQ and S&P, remain stable but susceptible to political an…
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Liz Dyrdek and Jenny Andrews began by discussing Flag Day before transitioning to technical difficulties Jenny faced with time zone changes. They later analyzed cruise line stocks like Royal Caribbean (RCL) and Norwegian (NCLH), revealing a market dip. The duo also touched on recent trades, including SPX and meme stocks like GME and AMC. Joining th…
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Tony Battista, Scott Sheridan, and Anton Kulikov discuss poker strategies. Callers ask about IRAs, 401Ks, and stock and option strategies. Anton receives praise for his participation. The team discusses the ease of transferring accounts using ACATS. Tony teases Tom Sosnoff's OnlyFans launch. The call-ins cover order types, pre-market trading, and g…
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Anton Kulikov and Tony Battista discuss Tom's seasickness on a Mediterranean yacht, before diving into a CBOE-sponsored market measure on pairs trading. They discuss the correlation between gold and silver in strangles and iron condors, assessing diversification benefits versus potential risks. Analyzing 15 years of data, they conclude that such tr…
  continue reading
 
Anton Kulikov and Tony Battista discussed various trades, including IWM's Jade Lizard, Apple’s iron condor, and an iron condor in Silver Futures (SI). Anton examined trade strategies like strangles in CVS, call diagonals on Roku, and poor man's covered calls on KWEB. Key insights: balancing Delta exposure, IV rank considerations, and selecting opti…
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Jermal discussed his recent trip to Europe, where he engaged with international fans. Upon returning, market updates included a focus on the Federal Reserve's activities, CPI, PPI data, and the bond market. Julia and Tony shared mixed feelings on bond trading, emphasizing challenges and speculative risks. Tesla's volatile activity and the recent ne…
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E-mini S&P 500 (ES) down 24 handles, off lows after rally. NASDAQ (NQ), Russell 2000 (RTY), and Dow Jones (YM) also declining. Volatility up 3%, impacting implied volatility (IV) contraction analysis. Bonds increased 14 ticks. Bitcoin at 67,000, oil uncertain ahead of elections, IV rank low. Gold up 28, silver rise. Tony Battista and Julia Spina di…
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Julia Spina, Tony Battista, and Vonetta Logan discuss nostalgia for Moviefone, fashion choices, the Kansas City Chiefs' Super Bowl ring, and a late-night internet outage credit. Financial topics include the NASDAQ and S&P rally, Japanese yen, and notable stock moves in Adobe, Apple, and Tesla. They cover summer trading, employee engagement, Trump's…
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Victor Jones discussed Tesla shareholders approving Elon Musk's pay package, the implications of the SEC's future Ethereum ETF approval, utilities and energy sectors, and the market's reaction to Federal Reserve guidance and PPI data. Diverse market strategies were dissected, focusing on bonds, equities, and specific stocks like Tesla, Nvidia, and …
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Julia Spina and Errol Coleman discussed the week's market volatility, highlighting key moves in SPY, IWM, Apple, and Tesla. Apple's new product features and stock performance were focal points. Julia's portfolio sees mixed results; SPY's all-time highs boost fractional shares, while other positions show varying performances. The trivia covers Sales…
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Do stocks markets have anything left to celebrate after U.S. inflation data and June's Federal Reserve policy update? tastylive's Head of Global Macro Ilya Spivak considers whether Wall Street has lost a key speculative tailwind as market pricing and Fed rate cut bets align, then previews the key events likely to drive price action from here.…
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Chris Vecchio and Tony Battista discussthe market's stagnation, suggesting it was an "iron condor kind of day" with a focus on ZN, copper, and the Russell. Despite high volatility in the Russell, slow trading prevailed. PPI reports and a strong 30-year Treasury bond auction are notable, alongside mixed reactions to Broadcom's stock split. Trading s…
  continue reading
 
Tim Knight discusses significant market activity, highlighting key trends and movements in semiconductors, indices, and specific stocks. He notes a possible peak in semiconductors, deflationary PPI impacting markets, and notable performances like AVGO hitting a lifetime high due to a strong earnings report. Knight trades SPDR puts amid market bifur…
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Jermal Chandler discussed potential Fed rate cuts due to favorable macro data, and rising markets hitting new highs. Tesla surged post-Elon Musk's compensation package approval, while semiconductor stocks like ABGO initiated a 10-for-1 split, mirroring NVIDIA's strategy. Chandler shared insights from the well-received London show and highlighted up…
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Chris Vecchio and Jermal Chandler delve into the implications of the recent inflation report and Fed meeting. Despite low odds of a rate cut in July, market contention remains. They emphasize non-directional strategies amid current volatility in stocks, bonds, and commodities, notably using iron condors. The energy and metals sectors exhibit mixed …
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