Play the Iran Nuclear Talks With a USO ETF Strangle

Well-priced premiums and an imminent dismantling of a trading range in the USO ETF look attractive for long strangle positions. More 

Stocks Rebound, But Don’t Rule Out a Breakdown Yet

Greece headlines and a late surge in tech helped drive markets higher on Wednesday, but Tuesday's breakdown still lingers as a negative omen. More 

When Do Leveraged ETFs Make Sense?

Leveraged ETFs can be a money trap for careless investors ... but they can be a useful tool to fill out the aggressive part of a balanced portfolio. More 

Opportunity Knocks in the Oil Markets (USO)

The United States Oil Fund LP (ETF) has delivered six separate 10% swings in the past two and a half months alone. The wild ride opens some opportunities for options trades. More 

USO ETF: Speculate Long but Hedge Your USO Bet With a Collar

A collar strategy is fit for bullish investors given extremely high volatility readings and a technical low in USO ETF. More 

Stocks Eke Out Weekly Gain Ahead of Easter Holiday

Stocks traded weakly on Thursday, and instead, the action was in commodities, where crude oil churned in response to headlines about an outline to a deal concerning Iran's nuclear program. More 

Crude Oil Spikes on Saudi Arabia Air Strikes (USO)

With prices having already fallen so low, continued turmoil in the Middle East will inject additional upside risk in the oil markets. Here's how to trade the war-induced tumult with options. More