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In its 28th year of publication, The Option Strategist newsletter remains one of the industry's most respected stock options newsletters. Written by renowned analyst and best selling author Larry McMillan, The Option Strategist continues to be an essential investing tool for novices and experts alike. Inside every edition of this weekly newsletter, you'll find market commentary, opinion and recommendations on option trading and the stock market. From index, to stock and futures options, including general and specific recommendations, The Option Strategist covers it all. The newsletter is delivered either by email or US Mail. Subscriptions also include access to the weekly research article, periodically posted during the week.
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The Strategy Zone is the subscription section of our website designed for "do it yourself" option traders. Updated on a daily basis, The Strategy Zone contains valuable data on stock, index, and futures options including trading candidates for covered writes, naked put sales, straddle buys, and calendar spreads. A wide array of volatility data is included along with a daily mid-day market commentary, over 200 put-call ratio charts, volatility charts, and back issues of McMillan newsletters.
Daily option picks based on unusual option activity
Professional traders are well aware of the fact that an increase in a stock's option volume is often the precursor of a move by the underlying stock itself provided you can "screen out" extraneous option activity. McMillan's Daily Volume Alerts scans for these opportunities on a daily basis and delivers trading recommendations along with valuable market insights to your inbox each morning in a concise newsletter format.
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