Will Shaky Support Give Way?


by Steven Sarnoff

This morning, we are seeing support for stocks being tested.  As the Trump reflation trade loses air, will shaky support give way?  In my opinion, it will.

Following the election, the market was juiced on big bets that Trumponomic policies would boost US growth and inflation, hurting T-bond prices (lifting bond yields). Well, what have we seen? In the wake of Yellen and crew’s action on interest rates, GOP failure to reach a consensus and the abrupt end to health care legislation, and Mr. Trump’s rocky Beltway honeymoon, bond prices have been rising (yields falling). Continue reading

Flash Sale: 16% Off Options Hotline Through This Sunday Promo Code SWEET16


by Steven Sarnoff

I’m not big on promotions, but thought of this one as a salute to Chuck Berry, the progenitor of Rock ‘n’ Roll and to basketball, the sport I love, down to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA tournament.

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Crazy Like A Fox


Crazy Like A Fox, art by Terry Fan

by Steven Sarnoff

Today was the worst day of the year for stocks, but not too shabby for OPTIONS HOTLINE subscribers. The Superleverage power of my method was on display, as our recommended Citigroup May $60 put, triggered 03-20-17 at $2.00, traded 03-21-17 at $3.30, +65% in 1 day, on a 3% move in the underlying shares, with an always known and strictly limited risk!

On Sunday, 03-19-17, I emailed my readers, “Professionals have seen the recent sector underperformance and are fading the financials. Some may call that crazy, but it may just end up being crazy like a fox.”

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Fibonacci For Traders, Truth Or Fib?


by Steven Sarnoff

Since today is Pi Day, and we were honored by our math major nephew dropping by the office during his break from university, I decided this was as good a day as any to get back to blogging with a post about how a trader should regard the influence of a famous Italian mathematician from the Middle Ages on today’s markets. Continue reading