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Frederic Ruffy is the Senior Options Strategist at Whatstrading.com, a site dedicated to helping traders make sense of the complex and fragmented nature of listed options trading. In addition to writing market commentary and trading-related books and articles, Fred has also worked as an instructor, educating investors on advanced topics like measuring volatility, the benefits of sector rotation and the risks and potential profits from trading around earnings. An active trader himself, with over 15 years securities industry experience, his market observations and analysis of the options market are featured regularly in the financial press including Barron’s, Reuters, The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, Futures Magazine, and more!
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Henry Schwartz has traded derivatives on US and European exchanges for nearly 20 years. His experience includes market-making and institutional trading at the Hull Group, Salomon Brothers, Bear Stearns and most recently Banc of America Securities, where he led the electronic market-making project coincident with the launch of the ISE. His current work involves real-time stream analysis of options market activity for a number of leading institutional sell-side firms.
This site is produced by Trade Alert LLC and is intended to educate and inform traders active in the listed options markets. Information is not intended as financial advice and should not be relied upon in that regard. Options involve risk and are not suitable for all investors. Prior to investing in listed options, you should read and understand the Options Disclosure Document (“ODD”) published by the Options Clearing Corp. For a copy of the ODD, please click the following link to download from the OCC’s website: http://www.optionsclearing.com/publications/risks/riskchap1.jsp. Additionally, prior to investing in any options strategies, you should consult with a tax advisor to understand the tax implications of such transactions and how taxes may affect the outcome of any contemplated option transaction. Content provided by third party brokers, analysts, or other participants is presented without warranty and is subject to potential errors and omissions.
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