volatility

The signs of speculation taken to extremes are here.
It is part of the investing process, not something to be avoided.
There are many ways to trade volatility.
The first step is learning how to measure it.
Use either an ETF or an ETN.
Reconsidering an energy name that I like.
There is no interest from buyers.
The odds favor a near-term correction.
Holidays provide a great opportunity to take advantage of time decay.
It shows stability breeds instability.

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