Trading SPY & VXX 'Weeklys' Options
00000 - Intro
'Weeklys' options are CBOE options that expire every week. They are usually listed on Thursdays at the open and expire nine calendar days later on Friday.
Weeklys are not listed during weeks in which monthly or quarterly options expire.
00000.A - Macro Indicators
In an ideal macro market mix, purchasing power and equity investment are appreciating, while costs of materials and borrowing are depreciating. Appreciating
purchasing power means companies can buy more with the same amount of money; combined with decreasing costs, the value of a company's liquidity is
amplified further, allowing it to expand its profit-generating activities. Equity investments that are appreciating provide a long-term cushion for the company's
finances. The macro indicators in the chart are 'indexed' to the most recent long-term bottom of purchasing power because it is the most systemic element.
00000.B - Economic Indicators
00000.C - Economic Indicators
00000.D - Treasury Yields - Weekly - Year to Date
00001.A - $USD - Daily
The US Dollar Index is a measure of the value of the United States dollar relative to a basket of foreign currencies. It is the weighted geometric mean of dollar
value vs the Euro (58%), Japanese yen (14%), British pound sterling (12%), Canadian 'loonie' (9%), Swedish krona (4%), Swiss franc (3%).
00001.B - $USD - Zoom Candle View
00001.C - $USD - Weekly
00001.D - $USD - Monthly Heikin-Ashi
Starting in 2003, the US dollar and the S&P500 have generally moved inversely to one another. Equities will weaken if the dollar strengthens and the negative
correlation persists. Alternately, we could see the correlation reverse and turn positive.
00002.a - US Treasury Yields - Daily