Jay Kaeppel

Jay Kaeppel is a trading strategist with Optionetics, Inc. and writes a weekly column, Kaeppel's Corner for optionetics.com. Kaeppel has been active in financial markets for over two decades. He was the head trader at a CTA for 8 years and a trading system and trading software developer for 15 years. As an author, Kaeppel has published three books on trading, "The Four Biggest Mistakes in Option Trading" (1998), "The Four Biggest Mistakes in Futures Trading"(2000), "The Option Trader's Guide to Probability, Volatility and Timing"(2002) and "Seasonal Stock Market Trends: The Definitive Guide to Seasonal Stock Market Trading"(2009). He has written over 25 articles for magazines, such as Stocks and Commidities and Active Trader.

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  1. Forex Strategies

    Trading Forex Trends With MACD And Moving Averages

    Although based on short-term trading, keeping the long-term picture in mind will help investors trade with the trend.
  2. Options & Futures

    Bear Put Spreads: A Roaring Alternative To Short Selling

    This strategy allows you to stop chasing losses when you're feeling bearish.
  3. Mutual Funds & ETFs

    ETF Options Vs. Index Options

    Choosing either ETF options or index options can make the difference between big profits or a big bust.
  4. Options & Futures

    Profit On Any Price Change With Long Straddles

    In this strategy, traders cash in when the underlying security rises - and when it falls.
  5. Options & Futures

    Options On Gold And Silver ETFs

    Trading the commodities can mean extra expenses. These commodity-based ETFs give you the flexibility of trading like stocks.
  6. Forex Education

    4 Types Of Indicators FX Traders Must Know

    By learning a variety of indicators, you can determine the right time and the right strategy to trade any given currency pair.
  7. Forex Education

    Using Elliott Wave To Trade Forex Markets

    Learn how to set up a trading plan using this method, to profit as a forex trader.
  8. Active Trading

    Combining Trend-Following and Countertrend Indicators

    In the long run, one of the best approaches to successful trading might be melding these two seemingly disparate methods together.
  9. Trading Strategies

    Adjusting A Long Call Into A Butterfly Spread

    There are many key advantages offered to options traders who deal only in the underlying securities.
  10. Markets

    Taking Advantage Of Volatility Spikes With Credit Spreads

    Alert options traders can follow this strategy to improve their chances of success.
  11. Options & Futures

    Options Trading: How Implied Volatility Affects Calendar ...

    Even if the risk curves for a calendar spread look enticing, a trader needs to assess implied volatility for the options on the underlying security.
  12. Mutual Funds & ETFs

    Master Futures Trading With Trend-Following Indicators

    The futures market is a lot less scary when these indicators are used to establish current trends.
  13. Options & Futures

    Understanding The 2010 Options Symbology

    There is a wealth of information in the expanded option symbols, but they should make things easier for traders.
  14. Options & Futures

    The Dangerous Lure Of Cheap Out-Of-The-Money Options

    Betting on an expected move is fine, but one must understand the risks involved in a position - and consider the alternatives.
  15. Options & Futures

    Trade The Covered Call - Without The Stock

    The standard covered call can be used to hedge positions or generate income. This calendar spread may do so more effectively.
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