Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Expiring Monthly June Issue Recap

Just a quick note to remind readers and potential new subscribers that Monday marked the publication of the June issue of Expiring Monthly: The Option Traders Journal.

For those who may be interested in what this magazine is all about (hint: we don’t follow SCI, HI, STEI, STON and CSV), I have attached a copy of the Table of Contents for the June issue below. This month the magazine focuses on two subjects in particular: options strategy backtesting and volatility. The feature article, penned by Jared Woodard, puts three volatility trading strategies through their paces via backtesting.

My contributions to the June issue include a Follow That Trade segment consisting of a VIX bear call spread; my recurring column, Charting the Market; and the introductory Editor’s Note.

As a thank you to existing subscribers and inducement to potential new subscribers who may be on the fence, we are offering a “Guess where VXX will close on July 16th” contest. There will be two winners: one existing subscriber is slated to win a Volatility Essentials package from; and one non-subscriber will win a free one year subscription to the magazine. For details on the contest, follow the link above.

Subscription information and additional details about the magazine are available at

For more on related subjects, readers are encouraged to check out:

[source: Expiring Monthly]

Disclosure(s): I am one of the founders and owners of Expiring Monthly

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