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The tastylive network teaches investors innovative, simple ways to trade stocks, options, and futures, take advantage of market volatility and build a successful portfolio. Tom Sosnoff leads an irreverent and playful band of floor traders who are showing America a new way to quickly find low risk, high return strategies in bullish, bearish and sideways markets.
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The discussion covered recent market movements with a focus on commodities and equities. Crude oil (CL) fell significantly, dropping by $2.60 to around $78.59, while gold (GC) and silver (SI) also declined. Increased market volatility, especially in semiconductors (SMH), was noted. They debated on strategic trading in volatile markets, particularly…
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The show delved into recent Netflix (NFLX) earnings, market movements, and volatility analysis. Host emphasized a bullish stance on Netflix, combining short put spreads and Expect to Move butterflies for potential profit. Market indices experienced significant swings; VIX displayed unusual backwardation. The show ended with community engagement and…
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We haven't seen many heavy selling days this year, making today a bit of an outlier. The question is, what's causing the today's action? Is it as simple as profit taking in what's been a very strong market? Or, with the U.S. election getting closer, are we beginning to see the impact of politics in the market. As platforms and issues become more in…
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The discussion explores potential market impacts following recent historic events and increased Donald Trump probabilities, suggesting minimal market change but a possible effect on digital assets. The conversation highlights varied asset movements: a Russell rally, bonds dropping, Bitcoin rising, and precious metals dipping. They debate implicatio…
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Tim Knight discusses the intense and eventful week in financial markets, highlighting significant political and economic changes that began Wednesday morning. He covers key market movements, including the SPY reaching record highs before reversing, and small caps experiencing a notable decline. Knight delves into various sectors, such as semiconduc…
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Jermal Chandler and Errol Coleman discussed the current market dynamics, including the recent volatility and trading strategies. Jermal shared personal anecdotes about his portfolio, which includes a mix of spreads and options across multiple indices. The conversation highlighted significant market moves, mentioning the fluctuating VIX, recent earn…
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Chris Vecchio and Anton Kulikov discuss the volatile week in stock markets on Futures Power Hour sponsored by CME Group. A significant point of discussion is the three consecutive 1% moves in the S&P 500, raising questions about market direction, particularly if volatility is priced accurately. Anton suggests using iron condors over directional spr…
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Liz and Jenny discussed a turbulent trading week, noting S&P 500 (SPX) fluctuations and consequences for July expiration strategies. They highlighted the potential in after-earnings trades, elaborated on the buffer trade—a strategy combining put spreads and covered calls for downside protection while capping upside—and debated its efficiency under …
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The discussion covered the challenges of maintaining reliable internet for remote work, highlighting budget constraints and reliance on free WiFi. They joked about frugality and internet issues, then segued into market analysis, listing top-traded symbols like SMCI, TSLA, and MSFT. The call-ins were notable, praising Tasty events and delving into t…
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Jacob Perlman discussed the market's historical performance after hitting all-time highs followed by down days. Using 30 years of SPY data, he identified 323 instances, noting most were minor dips that quickly recovered. Significant drops (0.5%+), though rarer, took longer to bounce back. Major declines were infrequent and took up to a month to rec…
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The discussion highlighted current market movements with the S&P and NASDAQ showing gains, while the Russell and Dow declined. Volatility remained low. The conversation covered strategies for the S&P 500 (SPX) using put spreads and the importance of time frames for election-related trades. Trades on TSM received attention due to high implied volati…
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Nick and Tony Battista discuss market trends ahead of the opening bell. E-mini S&Ps dipped, with Dow leading declines. Mentioned significant options activity, with trillions expiring. Volatility rose slightly. They critiqued a NASDAQ/Russell pair trade, suggesting better alternatives. Key stocks mentioned: Microsoft, CrowdStrike, Netflix, Meta, App…
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This week, volatile market movements continued, highlighted by a rotation between NASDAQ (IXIC) and Russell 2000 (RUT). VIX and VVIX hit two-month highs. SPX and NASDAQ experienced their first negative week in July, while the DXY surged. Notably, Netflix (NFLX) beat earnings expectations. Value stocks outperformed growth stocks, impacting market br…
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Nick and Tony Battista discussed recent market movements, notably the significant drops in CrowdStrike (CRWD) and Microsoft (MSFT). Market updates showed E-mini S&Ps up 6, Nasdaq up 28, Russell up nearly 5, and Dow down 75 due to MSFT’s decline. They examined positions, zero-day expiration trades, and the importance of managing portfolio risk, espe…
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Today's show was lively, featuring Tom Sosnoff, Tony Battista, and Vonetta Logan discussing various market complexities, including Microsoft's (MSFT) global IT outage influenced by CrowdStrike (CRWD), and Netflix's (NFLX) earnings surprise. Tom is in L.A., providing a backdrop for entertaining exchange on personal routines versus market trades.…
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The discussion covered expanded market volatility, portfolio management, and key stock performances. Vista neared \$16, with Celsius and Domino's facing challenges. Netflix showed mixed results post-earnings. Energy ETFs like XOP were highlighted for their potential. Increased volatility suggested by VIX possibly reaching 20. Tech stocks like Baidu…
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Markets face another brutal day as the selloff extends beyond tech, impacting major indexes like the S&P 500, Nasdaq, Dow, and Russell. Ilya Spivak explores global economic concerns amid dovish signals from Fed Chair Powell and soft U.S. CPI data. Downshift in rate expectations across major central banks, including Canada's upcoming rate cut, sugge…
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The discussion focuses on the recent sell-off in the NASDAQ (NDX), with analysts debating its causes. Thomas Westwater leans bullish, citing potential rate cuts and geopolitical factors like Trump’s rhetoric. Hosts analyze CPI data impacts, bond market behavior, and market sentiment. Tactical plays in tech stocks like NVIDIA (NVDA), Apple (AAPL), a…
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Markets experienced a broad sell-off with E-Mini S&P 500 futures down 56, Nasdaq down 155, Dow down 565, and Russell down 48. Oil fell, volatility futures rose, bonds dropped nearly a full point, and gold, silver, and Bitcoin also declined. The hosts emphasized this sell-off as a routine, healthy market correction after prolonged rallies. Despite t…
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Tim Knight discusses the recent sharp declines in major stocks like AMD (AMD) and NVIDIA (NVDA), reflecting a broader market correction after AI-driven exuberance. He highlights successful trades, including IWM puts and silver calls (SLV), while noting the failed bullish breakout in XLI. Knight remains cautious but optimistic about further downward…
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ECB's signaling potential rate cuts, debating market impacts. Netflix reports earnings, critical metrics: ad-tier service and live sports. Markets reacted with volatility; S&P 500 saw rare positive breadth despite a 1% drop. Key mentions: SPX, NDX, SPY, QQQ, IWM, VIX approaching 15. EU rate decisions and market rotation add uncertainty. Streaming s…
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The show delved into recent Netflix (NFLX) earnings, market movements, and volatility analysis. Host emphasized a bullish stance on Netflix, combining short put spreads and Expect to Move butterflies for potential profit. Market indices experienced significant swings; VIX displayed unusual backwardation. The show ended with community engagement and…
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Tune in for three options trade ideas today on Options Trading Concepts Live! Mike buys a call diagonal spread in Microsoft ahead of earnings. Nick sells a strangle in Shopify to take advantage of high implied volatility and elevated options prices. Katie buys a call spread in Natural Gas futures to play for a price extreme reversion. Tune in for a…
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Liz and Jenny host their show discussing "Red Shirt Thursday" with Tom Sosnoff participating for the first time in 14 years. They talked about various trading strategies, including futures and stock options in companies like Netflix and American Airlines. Jenny defended adding to losing positions while Liz recommended staying small. The duo also me…
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Tom Sosnoff, Anton Kulikov, and Nick Battista discuss rising stock indices, noting the S&P (E-mini) +20, NASDAQ +100, Dow +110, and Russell +16. They humorously talk about suburbs and local eateries before delving into market volatility. Anton analyzes S&P options, revealing that low implied volatility (IV) spikes can lead to substantial, unexpecte…
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