Swing Trading Options Based on Unusual Options Activity

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Join James Ramelli of KeeneOnTheMarket.com as he discusses: 

  • Why would a trader want to follow unusual options activity for swing trades?
  • Who places the large block orders and how can I use them to profit?
  • What makes an order “unusual” and how does a trader know it is actionable?
  • Where can a trader get access to institutional orderflow?
  • How does a trader use this information to take higher probability trades in the stock and options markets?

The discussion in this workshop will focus on how retail traders can take advantage of the information offered by  institutional order flow. 

We will look at why these insights are important, and how traders can gain access to ‘the tape.’

Once we determine how to identify ‘unusual’ orders, we will examine how traders can use this information to structure trading strategies with medium to longer term holding periods.  

Finally, we will introduce a new, in-depth trading plan that walks a trader through the process of identifying, analyzing, and executing trades in the equity options market based on information gained from institutional order flow.

About the Presenter

James Ramelli is an trader and options educator at KeeneOnTheMarket.com, where he actively trades futures, equity options, currency pairs and commodities. As one of the moderators of the Live Trading Room, Ramelli educates members on strategies, trade setups, and risk management while trading his own capital.

Ramelli regularly appears on Bloomberg TV, BNN, and CBOE TV, in addition to writing a weekly column for Futures Magazine and being featured in CME Group’s OpenMarkets as a guest contributor.

Ramelli holds a B.S. in Finance with a concentration in Derivatives and Financial Engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He can be contacted at James@KeeneOnTheMarket.com.