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3 Trades You Could Make in the Current Market

By:Ryan Gaynor

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This week on Let Me Explain, Christopher Vecchio and Tom Sosnoff discuss several key areas of the financial markets, starting with Tesla's (TSLA) considerable influence on the NASDAQ, and the impact of its recent delivery misses. They then look at a bullish markets outlook, anchored by historical patterns showing robust first-quarter performances often leading to fruitful springs and second quarters. Further scrutiny is given to the bond market's sensitivity to fluctuations in commodity prices, particularly noting the repercussions of recent shifts in oil prices. Tom gives his input on strategies such as his approach to shorting Tesla puts amid the automaker's delivery uncertainties and the exploration of mean reversion trades in commodities, underscoring the importance of adopting a long-term perspective for success in trading and investment decisions. The discourse concludes with an examination of individual stock performances, notably the comparison between Apple (AAPL) and Microsoft (MSFT), and the analysis of sector rotations indicative of mid-bull market conditions, recommending capitalizing on market dips as strategic opportunities.

This Simple 0DTE Strategy Will Make You Money Now | Options Backtest

This week in our 0DTE Market Measures segment Tom and Tony, delve into the essence of using the CBOE Volatility Index (VIX) and CBOE 1-Day Volatility Index (VIX1D) for trade decisions, explaining that while both tend to overstate moves, the VIX one day shows a greater expectancy of outside range moves, providing a nuanced strategy for strike placements. The analysis concludes that both indices are useful but suggest different approaches to managing trade expectations and potential risk, offering insights valuable to traders looking for nuanced market strategies.

This Overlooked Trade Could Make You Money | Cherry Picks

In this week's Cherry Picks, Tom Preston digs deep into the intricate relationship between gold and silver, highlighting their high correlation and its implications for trading these popular precious metals. They introduce a significant insight into the gold-silver ratio, currently standing at 88:1, which serves as a critical factor in devising pairs trading strategies—particularly emphasizing the potential for bullish trades in gold and bearish in silver based on speculated ratio adjustments. The conversation further explores practical trading strategies, such as gold iron condors and poor man's covered calls in silver, illustrating the diversity and complexity of trading within these markets. Practical applications on trading platforms emphasize the importance of implied volatility and trading probability in shaping strategies, offering a bearish outlook on gold and a bullish perspective on silver, aligned with the trader’s speculation on the gold to silver ratio changes.

Ryan Gaynor is a video content specialist at tastylive.

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