Schaeffer's Senior VP of Research on Long Calls

The discussion also touches on sentiment and the data used at Schaeffer's

by Josh Selway

    Published on Dec 3, 2019 at 10:42 AM
    Updated on Dec 3, 2019 at 10:44 AM

    Schaeffer's Senior V.P. of Research Todd Salamone just joined Ed Modla from the Options Clearing Corporation (OCC) on the Wide World of Options podcast. The main point of discussion was buying long call options, and the differences between buying options versus selling options.

    In their more than 40-minute talk, Todd breaks down a number of different topics that could be helpful for traders, including the data we look at here at Schaeffer's when considering a trade, time decay in options trading, how we use sentiment, and the leverage that comes with buying options -- along with plenty more.

    Check out the entire podcast in the YouTube video below. For more from Todd, sign up for our free Monday Morning Outlook newsletter, a thorough preview of the upcoming trading week, and if you're interested in more podcasts on the markets, check out the Schaeffer's Stock Market Podcast.

     


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