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Calling WTI & Brent Crude Options traders?

Old January 5th, 2016, 09:04 AM   #11 (permalink)
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I had been trading stock option strategies for about 4 years with limited success.. now i have moved to futures options since futures are what i track. after reading Cordier's book, following Ron's option selling thread here and other threads I feel I am much better suited to selling options and option spreads in commodities.. though I still have a limited sense of the commodities

evaluating whether to sign up for MRCI or Seasonalgo and start doing my own research. Currently use IB for my option spreads

Would appreciate chatting with more experienced option traders to simplify and structure my thought process
@Warren534 would be great if I could message u and others
I live in the NYC/NJ region in case anyone is interested in meeting

Hi Jokertrader,

I agree, futures options are much better to trade then stock options. I made the switch in 1989, and have been trading futures and futures options almost exclusively since then. I live on Long Island, so not too far away from you. Feel free to email me at


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