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Introduction to Option Workbench 3.0 (Video)

We are proud to announce the release of Option Workbench 3.0. This upgrade to Option Workbench puts even more power in your hands with these new features:

  • FREE delayed market quotes for equities, ETFs and options with the ability to upgrade to real-time for a modest price
  • Execute trades with select brokers or in your Option Workbench Virtual Account
  • Manage your option strategies the way option traders think
  • Monitor your positions' P&L, risk and expected value in real time.

McMillan's Tools to Gauge the Stock Market (Video)

In this MoneyShow.com interview, Lawrence G. McMillan talks about "how he measures the market's overbought and oversold status." Larry discusses breadth oscillators and modified Bollinger Bands, and details calculations and provides signal pramaters. Watch the video at Moneyshow by clicking the image below.

McMillan's Tips on Trading Volatility (Video)

In this MoneyShow.com interview, Lawrence G. McMillan discusses "how he trades volatility in today's markets and what strategies he has found to be the best." Larry talks about volatility ETFs and ETNs, the relationship between the VIX index and VIX futures, hedging, directional trading, and VIX spike peak buy signals. Watch the video at Moneyshow by clicking the image below.

Are Naked Puts for You? (Video)

In this MoneyShow.com interview, Lawrence G. McMillan "discusses why selling naked puts does not have to be as dangerous as many option traders may think." Larry explains why he prefers put-selling to covered writing, how he locates put-selling opportunities and what situations to avoid. Watch the video at Moneyshow by clicking the image below.

McMillan Interview at Explosive Options

Larry McMillan was recently interviewed by Bob Lang of Explosive Options where he discussed the finer points of options, volatility and measuring sentiment.  Watch the video by visiting ExplosiveOptions.net.

McMillan's Bernanke Grade Mentioned on CNBC

Larry McMillan's CNBC Fed Survey grade was noted on CNBC yesterday. When disccussing the analysts that gave Ben Bernanke's term a negative grade, senior economics reporter Steve Liesman mentioned McMillan's "D" and quoted Larry as saying "this will be his grade in retrospect when the full effect of [Bernanke's] policies becomes known." Watch the video below:

Put-Call Parity Free Video Now Available

The recording of Stan Freifeld's A Beautiful Equation aka Put/Call Parity webinar is now available for viewing in the free option tools section of our site.

Video: Larry McMillan interview on CBOE TV

As a guest on CBOETV "In The Money" last week, Larry McMillan discussed hedging in the current market enviroment.  Watch the interivew by Angela Miles below.

Larry McMillan: Outlook for the Rest of 2013 (Video)

In this Orlando Money show interview, Larry McMillan discusses his market outlook for the near future.  As mentioned in The Option Strategist 2013 Stock Market Forecast, Larry compares the current environment to the 1970's and predicts that the S&P 500 will reach the 1550-1600 level before experiencing a third severe market downturn.  Watch the full interview below.

Video Interviews from Vegas Traders Expo

Watch McMillan's Traders Expo educational video interviews on portfolio protection, option strategies for high volatility environments and "90% days" at the money show website.  Click on the links below to watch each video topic.

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