Implied Volatility and Earnings

Learn what the "delta effect" is and what it means to your trades around earnings season.

   

Traders live for the price swings that earnings announcements can bring, but Wade Hansen walks you through how implied volatility plays out leading up to and after an earnings trade to help you avoid any pitfalls. Most importantly, Wade looks at when you should be taking profits off the table.  (For a quick review of the key options Greeks, visit here.)

InvestorPlace advisors John Jagerson and S. Wade Hansen are co-founders of LearningMarkets.com, as well as the co-editors of SlingShot Trader, a trading service designed to help you make options profits by trading the news.  Get in on the next trade and get 1 free month today by clicking here.

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