McMillan Analysis Corp. is pleased to announce a series of informative webinar/chat sessions with Lawrence G. McMillan, author of Options As A Strategic Investment.
Join us online at 9:30 am (Eastern time) on specific Saturday mornings for a couple of hours of market discussion and option strategy.
Attendees will have full access to Lawrence McMillan’s extensive experience and knowledge of the option markets; questions will be welcome.
I’ve just finished putting together a free Special Market Report with some of my fellow traders and investors. Inside, it’s loaded with 19 detailed strategy guides explaining our favorite techniques for leveraging today’s highly volatile markets, including my chapter on Trading the $VIX Futures Term Structure.
Capital Trading Group, LP (“CTG”), an investment firm specializing in execution and account management for commodity trading advisors, has announced the release of its new Managed Futures Podcast hosted by firm principal and alternative investments specialist, Nell Sloane.
McMillan Analysis Corp., dba McMillan Asset Management, is proud to announce the launch of its newest product.
The Volatility Capture CTA strategy is a variation of Volatility Capture that uses VIX futures on a tactical basis to hedge, instead of purchasing VIX options on a continual basis. This pure futures version has a slightly different profit graph and has the potential for better returns in most cases due to the lack of drag from the purchase of VIX options.
Episode 4- Discussing Options as a Strategic Investment — With Author Larry McMillan
In today’s episode, Nell Sloane of Capital Trading Group speaks with Larry McMillan, author of the bestselling book “Options as a Strategic Investment,” popularly known as the options bible. Larry has appeared on CNBC, Bloomberg, and Wall Street Journal, and he continues to make valuable contributions to the finance industry.
In this episode, you’ll learn:
The CBOE has launched a microsite within the CBOE website that has information about all of the volatility-based Exchange Traded Products (ETPs). The website is located at http://www.cboe.com/voletps.
VXX and XIV are two of the most liquid and popular ETPs (both are Exchange-Traded Notes), but there are many others.
In a move which some might call a “day late and a dollar short,” there are now going to be some products via which European volatility can be traded in the U.S. markets. There have long been volatility futures on the “European $VIX” – VSTOXX. VSTOXX measures the implied volatility of the European EURO STOXX 50 Index, using the same methodology that $VIX does.
McMillan Analysis Corp is pleased to announce that we have formed a relationship with the award winning OptionVue Systems Software. OptionVue has been a leader in developing and providing options trading and analysis software since 1983 and we have always been impressed with the analytics and features in their software.