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QQQY ETF, Chinese Property Market, Delta in Options & More

By:Eric Villa

Our best stories on YouTube this week

  • Our analyst predicted China's slowdown 8-months ago. Now he has a warning.
  • We interviewed the CEO of the QQQY 0DTE ETF to understand how institutions trade 0DTEs.
  • Bonds have see a remarkable rip in 2023, but where's the catch?
  • Here's how to pick your delta on options trades.

China is hastening a recession ... what does that mean for stocks

China's property market is exhibiting a weakness that surpasses the pandemic's peak. This downturn mirrors the economic struggles in China, with a lack of demand and mounting developer debt. The economic growth is not stimulating demand as it once did, leading to a significant decline in the property market. Alarmingly, this sector has been a significant contributor to China's economy, accounting for 25%-35% of gross domestic product (GDP).

The escalating economic decline of the world’s second-largest economy does not bode well for U.S. equities. To comprehend how China’s economic issues will influence traders and investors in the coming years, check out our comprehensive analysis above.

0DTE options traders peek inside the 0DTE trading fund

Nick Battista and Mike Butler have been engrossed in the complexities of Defiant exchange-traded funds (ETF’s) new 0DTE (zero days to expiration) ETF. This week, they had a conversation with Sylvia Jablonski, CEO of Defiant ETFs, to understand how the firm manages one of the largest institutional 0DTE trading operations.

Retail traders can gain valuable insight by understanding how Defiant manages its 0DTE trades and apply what they've learned to their own premium-collection strategies.

Will someone in D.C. tank stocks?

The recent surge in U.S. bond yields is attributed to two factors: the Federal Reserve's hint at another rate hike this year and fewer rate cuts next year. Add to this the uncertainty surrounding the U.S. defaulting on its debt, and you have a recipe for significant volatility expansion in bonds. Is it time to sell some options as volatility expands in one of 2023's best investments, or are there too many unknowns concerning U.S. debt?

Chris Vecchio, Tom Sosnoff and Tony Battista share their insights on navigating the bond market.

How to pick a delta in options trading (without overspending)

The tastylive research team has been studying the dynamics of delta values in options trading. Members aim is to uncover optimal strategies that boost returns while mitigating risk. Delta measures an option's price sensitivity to changes in the underlying value and acts as a theoretical share equivalent. Higher Delta values in options can lead to larger gains or losses, making them appealing for traders targeting substantial annual returns. 

The research team successfully found the optional delta for traders looking to maximize the number of trades they can hold. To find out the best delta for buying power efficiency, watch our full study above. 

Eric Villa is a YouTube specialist at tastylive

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