Celebrating One Year of The Futures Power Rankings

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Celebrating One Year of The Futures Power Rankings

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Power RankingsOne year ago, we delivered our first ever Futures Power Rankings email. Beginning as a proprietary indicator (VDO) utilized internally to track volatility, we’re thrilled to see how it’s evolved.

From a weekly newsletter to a March Madness tournament, most recently we launched option strategy trade recommendations based on the directional bias of the Power Rankings.

Thank you for being dedicated readers and loyal clients. We do our best to provide you with the highest level of service and as always we’re here for anything you need.

Good Trading,
The Index Team

 

This week:

Two Actionable Trade Strategies Among a Mostly Neutral Week 

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For Trade Recommendations associated with the Power Rankings, click here or call your broker. If you’re not yet working with an Index representative, call 800-376-0810 to get started.

 

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[   ] – Associated Trade Red
[   ] – Market was UP
[   ] – Market was DOWN
VDO – Last Week’s Price Volatility in Dollar Terms, or Volatility Dollar Opportunity
Bias – This Week’s Bias
Rank – Based on the VDO
Volatility – Last Week’s Price Volatility

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