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14 Responses to Contacts

  1. I’ve been following this site for about 6 weeks. I appreciate the information and accuracy. Thank You

  2. Hello,
    I enjoy your site and appreciate the analysis and information you provide. During your presentation on Asymmetric Volatility, you mentioned a book about an options trader and I was wondering if you could share the title. Thanks

    • Thank you very much for your support.The book I was referring to is “Methods of a Wall Street Master” by Vic Sperandeo but I would STRONGLY recommend “Options Trading” by Euan Sinclair (this is probably the best book you can possibly buy about options trading). Thank you very much once again for visiting my blog.

  3. I’ve read both of sinclair’s books and as much as his information is really valuable, i basically need my former college math tutor to understand his calculations. Its difficult read even for the most experienced trader whose not as familiar with the academic aspect of options trading.

  4. In my opinion Sinclair’s books are the best. They are really useful and they provide the reader with a detailed analysis of what real options trading is about.
    I agree the calculations could be difficult to understand but those books are not meant to be an easy read. becaue trading is difficult and options are very complex instruments.
    The mathematics could be hard but so it’s trading.
    Thank you very much for your comment.

  5. Hello

    Im a newbie trader and got a quick question on volatility trading, in which market would volatility trading be best fitted in? would it be the futures market, options market ? though is it not possible to apply it in the spot market because there is no volumes information in the spot market ?
    I really like this blog and thankyou for the effort and work you have put in.

    Justin

    • Well, volatility trading is a technique which can be applied to any market because here you trade a strategy based upon statistics and not to the underlying market. Many traders use it for equity options but equity indices commodities and some currenci pairs can be traded in the exact same way.
      The fact that the volume is not shown in forex markets is not really an issue because here you are trying to profit from market elasticity and not volume itself. You need the price action,that’s it.
      You can trade volatility by using different instruments such as options, futures or variance swaps. Usually you would normally use options because their price is directly dependent on volatility changes but you could use volatility explosion or the asymmetric volatility effect to forecast market directions as well. However, if you want to understand more about this technique I would suggest you to buy “Volatility Trading” by Euan Sinclair. It’s an excellent book, well edited with useful details and explanations. Thank you for you kind words Justin. Your support is very much appreciated.

  6. Nice projection this week.

  7. Thank you for a nice blog, really enjoying it….I would appreciate a lot if you kindly explain how you use GARCH in excel or just a real life example….I will owe you big time:)

    I am really in big trouble as how to do GARCH analysis…hope you guys remember how it was to be a student, once:) Hoping for a reply..

    Step by step explanation….

    thank you

    • Hi Tom, thanks a lot for reading the blog and for your kind words. The GARCH question is a bit too complicated and long to address here. We will try to get you an answer on your private email in the upcoming days. However, in the meantime a bit of research on YouTube could help you clarify some doubts.There’s excellent materials over there; you just need to search. Thank you once again for your comment and apologies for the late reply.

  8. Hi there, just become aware of your weblog via Google, and found that it’s truly informative. I’m gonna watch out for brussels. I’ll appreciate if you proceed this in future. A lot of other folks will likely be benefited from your writing. Cheers!

    • hi and thank you for your post, the website has gone through some changes and if you want to receive the financial forecasts with our analysis you are more than welcome to write us an email at hypervolatility@gmail.com
      please remember to specify which market you are following and which one you would like us to focus our attention on.
      kind regards,
      HyperVolatility team

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