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Billionaire Barry Sternlicht's Warnings to Real Estate Investors, Trade Options on Oil Like This, Stocks are Up! | tastylive Weekly Roundup

By:Eric Villa

Our best stories on YouTube this week

  • Trading options on oil was intimidating until we released this video.
  • Billionaire real estate investor Barry Sternlicht sees a “hurricane” coming for real estate in 2024.
  • Iron condors are better than strangles (in extremely specific circumstances).
  • Markets are looking hyper-concentrated, but Tom Sosnoff has seen this before

A beginner's guide to oil trading

Trading oil options can feel daunting. The commodity’s relationship to geopolitics and macro-economic factors, paired with the risks that come from trading with leveraged products makes oil a unique stallion for traders to tame. Fear not! In just nine minutes, tastylive's comprehensive guide on oil trading explains the recent price action of oil. Discover the best products for trading oil and gain access to a full guide on oil trading on tastytrade. This guide is designed specifically for traders like you, aiming to motivate and inform.

A real estate “hurricane” in 2024?

Why is real estate titan predicting a “Category 5” hurricane? Barry Sternlicht, co-founder, CEO and chairman of Starwood Capital Group, is nervous about the state of play in commercial and residential property. High interest rates are driving prices lower and concerns over a potential default in the commercial real estate sector remain prevalent. To understand all the factors pushing real estate investors toward default, and to see if there’s a viable trade amid the chaos, watch Frank Kaberna’s analysis above. 

Strangles vs. iron condors. Which is more profitable?

Iron condors and strangles are similar options strategies, but there are differences in risk and reward. Iron condors require less money, are defined risk, and require less management … so where’s the catch? If you’re struggling to choose between an iron condor or a strangle as your go-to delta-neutral trade, our study provides some much-needed clarity.

Stocks are up … if you ignore the bottom 90%

When traditional financial media outlets say “stocks are up," they may be forgetting to mention that Amazon (AMZ), Apple (AAPL), Alphabet (GOOGL), Meta (META), Nvidia (NVDA) and Tesla (TSLA) are soaring while the rest of equities are up a measly 4%. 

Hyper-concentration of capital isn’t new, though. Tom Sosnoff has been dealing with hyper-concentration in his company's client bases for decades. Where is the opportunity in this hyper concentration (hint, hint, the pot-odds are not in Nvidia’s favor)? This week on Truth or Skepticism explores how fragile 2023’s upswing really is.

Eric Villa is a YouTube specialist at tastylive.

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