Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Expiring Monthly August 2010 Issue Recap

As last week was options expiration, this means the August issue of Expiring Monthly: The Option Traders Journal was published yesterday and is available for subscribers to download.

This month’s feature section includes three articles on weekly options: a guest article from Vance Harwood of the Six Figure Investing blog; a punchy piece from Adam Warner with the suspiciously familiar title, Weeklys & More Weeklys; and a Wolf Against the World segment in which Adam and Mark Wolfinger debate the merits of weeklies.

I was particularly active for this issue, interviewing Jay Kaeppel on a wide variety of subjects from the VIX to futures to options; reviewing The Complete Guide to Options Selling (2nd edition), by James Cordier and Michael Gross; and launching the first in a series of articles on the VIX futures term structure – a subject on which readers of this blog appear to have more questions than answers.

With six issues of the magazine to reflect on, I must say that the cumulative body of work has exceeded my very high expectations.

I have attached a copy of the Table of Contents for the August issue below for those who may be interested in learning more about the magazine. Subscription information and additional details about the magazine are available at http://www.expiringmonthly.com/.

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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