There have only been four multi-year stretches of negative stock market returns since 1928. Will 2023 be the fifth?
S&P 500 traders who bought the close and sold the open generated 1,100% gains since 1993. Traders who did the opposite gained less than 100%.
What’s the difference between AMC and APE? And why are they performing so differently today?
In the midst of a >2% down day, the smart money was betting big on a swift reversal in two ad-sensitive names.
October inflation: cooler than expected. Stocks: On fire. Today’s CPI result all but insures that the Fed will slow the pace of rate hikes.
Look. Everyone explains vertical spreads like they’re super complicated — but they’re not. In fact, by the end of this article, you’re going to understand exactly what a vertical spread is (a way to lower your risk *and* your reward), how to put one on (click buy *here*, click sell *here*), and why you would use them (probably to make your bet cheaper). We’ll include a real-life example (which turned out to be spot-on), with a real-screenshot from a real brokerage — and a few advanced tips and tricks to take your vertical spreads to the next level