Options Strategies to Get Long Volatility | Closing the Gap

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Despite the market in 2015 ending up unchanged, we experienced a very low level of market volatility throughout the year. With the anticipation that 2016 will bring more volatility into the market, one way of getting long (bullish) on volatility is to utilize VIX options. Today, JJ Kinahan, Tom Sosnoff and Tony Battista present several options strategies that take advantage of an expansion in volatility within the coming months. Discover how to setup synthetic stock, covered call and call spread positions that will profit from the price of VIX increasing!

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Tom and Tony talk with guest Joe Kinahan from TD Ameritrade about the differences in strategies used by professional traders and self-directed investors. Check out how they try to close that gap!

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nwqb17 says:

i let the options market tell me everything

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