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Which Key Is Right For You?

John Jeffery 23 Jul, 2010

There have been a large number of questions arising from clients regarding the latest edition to the Key Series and where it fits into the overall picture. As most of you are aware, HUBB has developed education courses which are perfectly applicable to all traders and investors, no matter what their background or interests. Therefore, as a favour to the client service team who are fielding a large amount of calls about these courses, the aim of today’s article is to explain the Key Series and which one is right for you. Each ‘Key’ is a self contained, one month course which gives very specific goals and supports the holistic AAA Wealth Triangle Strategy, to build enduring wealth.

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The Curiosity of The Credit Spread - Part 3

Matt Baker 24 May, 2010
Welcome to the third part of my series of articles on the Credit spread. So far in this series of articles it may seem all like doom and gloom, as far as dispelling some of the myths of Credit spreads, but in this week’s article I am going to show the reasons I like them.
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The Magic of Butterflies - Part 16

Matt Baker 23 Apr, 2010
Welcome to Part 16 of my series of articles on the Butterfly. In this week’s article we are going to look at the Greeks of the Butterfly case study we looked at in Part 15. The case study in Part 15 was taken from LiveTrade.
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The Magic of Butterflies - Part 15

Matt Baker 9 Apr, 2010

Welcome to Part 15 of my series of articles on the Butterfly. In this week’s article we are going to look at another Butterfly case study taken from LiveTrade. There are many live case studies presented each week for students to look at, study and even follow along. Each trade is presented by one of our top Optionetics instructors. The particular one below was presented by Mr. Jeff Beamer.

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The Curiosity of the Credit Spread

Matt Baker 19 Mar, 2010

Welcome to what will certainly be the first part to a series on a very mythical strategy called the Credit Spread. My intention in writing this article, unlike other article series I have written, is not to teach traders how to trade this strategy, but to merely dispel some of the myths associated with them. I have heard too many stories, myths and almost superstitions about the strategy in my time as a trader, so hopefully this will put them back into perspective.

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The Magic of Butterflies - Part 14

Matt Baker 15 Mar, 2010
Welcome to Part 14 of my series of articles on the Butterfly. In last week’s article we began analyzing the results of our Put Butterfly search on the SPY (exchange traded fund of the S&P 500).
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The Magic of Butterflies - Part 13

Matt Baker 22 Feb, 2010
Welcome to Part 13 of my series of articles on the Butterfly. In last week’s article we began to look at some ways of searching for and constructing a standard Put Butterfly on the SPY (exchange traded fund of the S&P 500).
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The Magic of Butterflies - Part 12

Matt Baker 15 Feb, 2010
Welcome to Part 12 of my series of articles on the Butterfly. In this week's article, we will begin looking at different ways to search for and construct a Butterfly.
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The Magic of Butterflies - Part 11

Matt Baker 22 Jan, 2010

Welcome to Part 11 of my series of articles on the Butterfly. In this week's article, we will continue looking at the Risk Graph page. We will work with the same Butterfly we have been working with throughout the series, the Apple Computers (AAPL) Oct 09 155|175|195 Call Butterfly. At the time we constructed the trade, AAPL's price was about $173.

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