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US SPX 500 Futures - Option Queen Letter

The Option Queen Letter

  Okay so how many of you knew that once the S&P 500 approached 1800 that it would take it out? We would be willing to guess that the majority of our readers were of that belief. Any market watcher, worth listening to, would have come to that conclusion. Now that the mission is completed, […]

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Nasdaq 100 Futures Sep 13 - option queen

The Option Queen Letter

The problem seen with being correct on the markets is that if you are correct in a vacuum, nobody ever knows that you were correct, thus is the fate of many newsletter writers. Many are not published or circulated widely enough to get the proper recognition. The actual point is that it is unimportant that […]

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US Dollar Index Daily chart, July 14, 2013 for the Option Queen Letter

Option Queen Letter

The US Dollar Index has been out of control, spending its weekly pay check at Bloomingdales, the jewelers and auctions in a fit of absolute manic elation, and on the other hand, and locking itself in a dark room full of despair, confined to an unproductive self-loathing stupor. You guessed it; the US Dollar Index […]

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The Option Queen Letter

The airs is full of talk of sequestration and the resulting furloughs of air traffic controllers. Naturally this mess was quickly cleaned up when our elected officials needed to avail themselves of the flights. Now there is more to this than meets the eye, of course. How much of the delay was due to sequestration […]

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Waiting for the cabby signal

The market appears to be sending us an observable signal of a possible top. This week for the first time since the Lehman failure, we are hearing from people we know that they are quitting their jobs to trade. Although, it appears that we are near or approaching an interim top we are waiting for […]

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Option Queen Report

The Option Queen Letter by the Option Royals We are entering the last week of the first quarter of the 2013 year and the last week of the month. These quarterly reports lead portfolio managers on a quest to tweak their portfolios to represent their public performance better. These adjustments to portfolios are seen monthly […]

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