Two Bites Of The Cherry

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In any trade, the differential between our purchase and sale prices represents our profit or loss. Simple and conventional. Digging a little deeper, the underlying price action actually presents another potential for profit. Simply put, the rate and magnitude of price changes of an underlying asset manifest as volatility. In the investment and trading arena, volatility can be a tradable product as it can be priced and its value changes over time. Exploiting its potential allows for additional profit drivers, beyond simply price level differentials. This is suitably demonstrated in the price action of Natural Gas Futures currently. Natural Gas…...

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Roaring Options Market commentary and trade ideas for US stocks, bonds, commodities and FX.
desmondchew An avid market watcher with keen interests in investing, employing strategies particularly of a contrarian bent.