Category: Newsletter

Tom’s Weekly Newsletter January 5th, 2022

Posted on January 12th, 2022

Welcome to 2022! If you haven’t done so, review performance of scans/systems like Triple Threat, Velocity, Money Calendar, Darknet, etc. Review what strategies worked best / had better roi for the year like long calls/puts, credit or debit spreads, butterflies etc. Then determine any adjustments as to monetary allocation for those that are working better […]

Tom’s Weekly Newsletter December 22, 2021

Posted on December 29th, 2021

This will be the last Tom’s Newsletter for 2021. I will be back the Wednesday of the first of year 2022. I want you all to know how much I appreciate your loyalty to me and my team.I respect and appreciate all of your thirst for knowledge of options trading and am glad you choose […]

Tom’s Weekly Newsletter December 15th, 2021

Posted on December 22nd, 2021

The Federal Reserve left the Fund rate unchanged at 0 and plans to keep it there until max employment is reached. They did announce their plans to double the amount of tapering to 30B a month. Anticipation is for 2-3 rate hikes next year and up to three the following year after that. The policy […]

Tom’s Weekly Newsletter December 8, 2021

Posted on December 15th, 2021

Volatility is still very prevalent in this market. If one is asked if the market is going to go higher or lower the factious answer would be, Yes. The catalyst for the impressive bounce back over the past couple of trading days is the current assessment the omicron virus isn’t going to be as big […]

Tom’s Weekly Newsletter December 1, 2021

Posted on December 8th, 2021

Big time bearish reversal day today! To say the markets have been volatile since the half day of trade after Thanksgiving would be an understatement. The Dow reversed off its highs (which saw it up 520 points) to finish down 461 points — a reversal to the tune of almost 1,000 points! The NASDAQ and […]

Tom’s Weekly Newsletter November 17, 2021

Posted on November 24th, 2021

These three retailers beat on their earnings expectations this week, which gives indication consumers are spending despite rising prices. Macy’s and Kohl’s reports tomorrow. Visa, beat on their earnings, but with the news of AMZN saying it will stop accepting Visa payments in the UK starting next year they dropped over 4% on the day. […]

Tom’s Weekly Newsletter November 10, 2021

Posted on November 17th, 2021

Inflation concerns are back! They may have never gone away completely, but one could say they were swept under the carpet and ignored for a while. While that was the case (if it was), the markets went back into their habit of making all-time new highs. Today’s consumer price index data for October released this […]

Tom’s Weekly Newsletter November 3, 2021

Posted on November 3rd, 2021

The Fed announced that they will likely start tapering later this month. That was an announcement many already expected so that really came off as a no big deal situation. The markets do not like surprises and that clearly WASN’T a surprise. They are still going to be pumping money into the economy, let’s not […]

Tom’s Weekly Newsletter October 20, 2021

Posted on October 9th, 2021

Earnings season is going strong so far. According to Refinitiv, one of the world’s largest providers of financial markets data, approximately 70 S&P 500 companies have reported results and so far, 86% of them posted earnings that beat analysts’ expectations. You know when I get together with you all I review not only the different […]

Tom’s Weekly Newsletter October 27, 2021

Posted on October 9th, 2021

SPY gave up its run of making new all-time closing highs today with a second bearish reversal candle in a row. Even though it happened yesterday, it still made a closing high. It shouldn’t be a surprise that nothing foes straight up forever and a day or more of pullbacks do happen in uptrends, we […]