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Free Webinar: Using Option Data as a Forecasting Tool

Did you miss Larry McMillan at the Traders Expo Dallas 2011?  Well if you did, you're in luck because you can view a recording of Larry's "Using Option Data as a Forecasting Tool" seminar for free at Moneyshow.com.  All you have to register for the site and you will gain access to Larry's talk along with videos from many of the other speakers at the event.

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Free Webinar: Using Option Data as a Forecasting Tool

by Lawrence McMillan

Founder and President
McMillan Analysis Corp.

Released on Thursday, June 23, 2011
Recorded at The Traders Expo Dallas 2011

Option data--particular volume and implied volatility--can be useful as a predictive tool in a number of ways. Not only can stock and broad market price movements be predicted using put-call ratios, volatility spikes, and so forth, but takeovers and other corporate "events" can often be spotted in advance. This seminar will contain an overview of these tools and how to use them.

Duration: (1:04:31)

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