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Who Will Be Hurt with the Takata Airbag Recall?

November 24, 2014 by Jim Walker  
Filed under Options Trading, Options Trading Tips

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has made an about face and is directing automakers to recall vehicles with driver side airbags made by Japanese supplier Takata, according to the New York Times. Takata airbag defects have been responsible for deaths in several instances.
In a significant shift, federal safety regulators on [...]

Risky Options Trading

With a sound options trading strategy one can make a lot of money. But there is safe options trading and risky options trading. In our view buying calls or a combination of puts and calls can be profitable and not all that risky. Risky options trading is when you only sell [...]

Making Options Trading a Little Bit More Fair

A new rule by the Options Clearing Corporation will be making options trading a little bit more fair. It will also take away a source of easy income from many options dealers. A recent article in Reuters talks about a soon to be gone options trading strategy around dividends.
Large market makers [...]

Stock Options for a Republican Congress

The Republicans gained enough seats in the midterm election to gain control of the US Senate in the next congress. They also increased their majority in the House of Representatives to the highest since 1946. The question remains for the stock market if this will make any difference and if so [...]