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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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Confessions Of A Market Maker brings 20 years of Wall Street educational trading experience, coupled with entertaining stories; both in and away from the markets. The podcast is Co-Hosted by former 20 year Market Maker, JJ (@vwaptrader1) & Poker Professional/trader, Ray (@AllxDayxRayx), who are occasionally joined by guests of high esteem in the industry. Confessions Of A Market Maker has quickly become one of the highest viewed and popular podcasts in the finance/trading space.
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Schaeffer’s Market Mashup

Schaeffer’s Investment Research

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Schaeffer’s Investment Research is thrilled to bring you the Schaeffer’s Market Mashup! Hosted by managing editor Patrick Martin, Patrick is joined by traders, analysts, and other dignitaries of the investing world. Episodes feature exclusive sit-downs about options strategies, the latest macro trends, and anything else that’s newsworthy in the stock market world.
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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, Dylan Ratigan, and Anton Kulikov discussed the market's bullish momentum amid low volatility ahead of the Juneteenth holiday. They highlighted S&P 500's modest gains and analyzed TLT bond opportunities. Anton emphasized long call spreads in low volatility environments. They examined the implications of consecutive up days and debated…
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Tom Sosnoff and Julia Spina reviewed the market's performance focusing on the significance of triple witching week and its impact on futures and options volume. They highlighted the historically low volatility with an expected move of \$29 for the S&P 500's June expiration. Despite being bullish in the past, recent trends have shown bearish tendenc…
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A volatile week in markets with lifetime highs powered by NVIDIA and tech stocks, contrasted by bearish setups in Dow Transports. UPS forming a long-term top looks vulnerable. Arm Holdings and Micron show strong uptrends, while cryptos stagnate. Key bearish positions include AMD, United Airlines, and XLU, supported by technical patterns and weakene…
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With markets drifting higher and Nvidia (NVDA) hitting new records, Jermal Chandler commented on trading strategies, suggesting rolling profitable positions to higher strikes. He analyzed specific questions, including call spreads on Nvidia and calendar spreads on SMCI (Supermicro). He also emphasized intrinsic vs. extrinsic value in options and pr…
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Jim Schultz guides listeners through a lively market commentary, highlighting movements in major indexes. Emphasizing key metrics like delta and theta, Schultz places trades in Nvidia (NVDA) and Apple (AAPL), navigating market volatility and risk management. He engages audience questions on topics such as dividend impacts post-stock split and strat…
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Chris Vecchio and Jermal Chandler highlighted a 20-year bond auction on June 18, 2024, noting rallies in TLC and ZB with stocks modestly up. They drew parallels to late March market behavior, expressing cautious optimism amid geopolitical tensions in Israel. Chandler, despite some concerns, remained short on oil. They discussed strategies for navig…
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The discussion on Options Trading Concepts Live, led by Mike, focused on the strategic flexibility introduced by NVIDIA's recent 10-to-1 stock split. The split lowers NVIDIA's stock price, making it more accessible for a broader range of investors and enhancing liquidity. Key insights include the increased ability for smaller accounts to engage in …
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Liz and Jenny's show from the Cboe highlighted the bustling stock market activity ahead of a holiday, emphasizing the significant volume in SPX and SPX Zero-DTE trades. Key insights included analysis of trade efficiencies for various strategies like the "holder," "closer," "roller," and "shrinker" in Zero-DTE iron condors, with "roller" strategies …
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Tom Sosnoff, Tom Preston, and Scott Sheridan discuss today's market conditions, highlighting current stock performances (like META, up slightly despite a downturn) and popular trades (including tech heavyweights such as MU, AMD, and Tesla). They also touch upon personal topics like sleep cycles, pet names, and meal preferences. The light-hearted ch…
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Tom Sosnoff and Tom Preston discuss the performance of zero DTE trades when VIX one day (VIX1D), a volatility indicator, is low. They analyze trading strategies, including straddles and out-of-the-money strangles, revealing that higher VIX1D leads to better P&L. Lower VIX1D requires aggressive management and favors straddles, while higher VIX1D fav…
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Tom Sosnoff, Jermal Chandler, and Chris Vecchio discussed upcoming market events, focusing on Friday's index rebalancing and its impact on Nvidia (NVDA) and Apple (AAPL) shares, coinciding with quad witching. They emphasized interest rates' influence over stocks during rebalancing, noting that expectations are likely priced in. Vecchio highlighted …
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Tom Sosnoff and Jermal Chandler discussed market sentiments, predicting an upward trend for the day despite minor fluctuations. They highlighted the significance of rolling futures contracts, with particular attention to the "U" contract. Major stock movements were noted, such as Apple's slight rise and Nvidia's increase. Tesla, however, was down. …
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Tom Sosnoff and Jermal Chandler discuss strategies for proactive portfolio risk management, focusing on optimizing trades regardless of market unpredictability. They emphasize balancing risk through account size, desired returns, and volatility. Key recommendations include trading small, consistent trade sizes, managing implied volatility, and havi…
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Tom Sosnoff and Jermal Chandler highlighted key market movements: S&P 500 was stable, Nasdaq rose, and Bitcoin dropped 2%. They discussed Boston Celtics’ playoff game and Tony Battista's absence due to a family wedding. They addressed audience queries on trade strategies, stock warrants, and the relationship between interest rates and equity prices…
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Victor Jones discussed market dynamics, touching on both stock and crypto performance. The host examined sector rotations and stressed the importance of trading strategies. He highlighted expectations for market volatility due to upcoming events like Fed speeches and quadruple witching. Engagement with the YouTube chat revealed differing opinions o…
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Ryan Grace and Frank Kabrera discuss the crypto market's stagnation and potential bearish risks, focusing on Bitcoin's sideways trading around $65-67k. They highlight the impact of recent bullish news including Ethereum ETFs, and the critical role of interest rates and dollar strength on crypto prices. The conversation also touches upon the lack of…
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Chris Vecchio, Dylan Ratigan, and Jermal Chandler discussed the continuing bullish trend in the market, with S&P 500, NASDAQ, Dow, and Russell all making gains. They evaluated the impact of geopolitical tensions and market catalysts, foresaw potential pullbacks, and examined opportunities in currencies and commodities. The conversation emphasized t…
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Tom Sosnoff and Julia Spina discussed market volatility and trading frustrations. Sosnoff recalled the 1987 market rally reminiscent of current conditions. They analyzed meme stocks, historic rallies, and notable stock movements. Key discussions included the performance of indices like S&P 500 and NASDAQ, shifting commodity prices, and potential le…
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The market is experiencing a broad-based melt-up with major indices like the S&P 500 (SPY) and the NASDAQ-100 (NQ) hitting lifetime highs, driving the VIX lower. Major tech stocks, particularly megacaps like Apple (AAPL), are leading gains. Semiconductors, including Nvidia (NVDA) and AMD, display mixed performance. Individual stock highlights inclu…
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The S&P 500 is at its 30th high this year. Discussion includes upcoming retail sales data, potential market reactions, and trading strategies for a holiday-shortened week. Hosts Jermal Chandler and Josh Fabian also delve into personal anecdotes and recent pop culture. Markets are soaring, with concerns about sustainability and profit-taking. They s…
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Jim Schultz reviewed market conditions, highlighting strong performance in the S&P 500 (ES) and NASDAQ, and discussed trading the E-mini S&P 500 futures (MES). He noted triple witching and options expiration this week, expecting market fluctuations. Schultz analyzed his open positions, including a short put on MES poised for profit, advising patien…
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Chris Vecchio and Anton Kulikov discussed market movements on Futures Power, sponsored by CME Group. Anton noted that a strong day for the Nasdaq (target: 20,300) signals progress. Chris highlighted June's historically weak performance but noted July's strength. They covered speculative shifts, including S&P 500 profit-taking before CPI and FOMC me…
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