IWM ETF – Russell 2000 ETF Small Cap Stocks

IWM ETF tracks the results of the Russell 2000 ETF Small Cap Stocks index. These are the options trading strategies I use for selling options for income. IWM ETF was created by iShares to follow the Russell 2000 Index Fund. IWM is highly liquid and used by day traders and investors to trade within small capital and medium capital stocks. IWM is the second most traded exchange traded fund in the world. It was started May 22 2000.

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Trade Alert – Eyes On The Russell 2000 – Mar 3 2015

In the latest investing strategy notes before the markets opened I discussed the IWM ETF. I think there is limited concern for much of March ...
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Investing Strategy Notes Before Markets Open

Investing Strategy Notes and Trade Ideas Before The Markets Open Mar 3 2015

With the indexes sitting at what might seem precariously new highs, I think there is still more upside left to the rally. The DOW index ...
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Investing Strategy Notes and 4 Trade Ideas Before The Markets Open Jan 22 2015

Investing Strategy Notes and 4 Trade Ideas Before The Markets Open Jan 22 2015

In the article on the market direction portfolio for Thursday's re-entry back into the UDOW trade, you can see in the chart of the S&P ...
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Investing Strategy Notes Before Markets Open

Investing Strategy Notes and 2 Trade Ideas Before The Markets Open Jan 8 2015

A few things to mention this morning before the markets open: VIX Index This is not a comment about the VIX Index Call Strategy, but ...
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Afternoon Investing Strategy Notes

Afternoon Investing Strategy Notes for Jan 2 2015

The jump this morning was certainly anticipated however as explained in the market direction outlook for today, there is underlying weakness here. Remembering that on ...
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Afternoon Investing Strategy Notes

Afternoon Investing Strategy Notes for Dec 17 2014 – Yellen

Yesterday in my extended market direction outlook I commented that while I did not expect much new from Fed Chair Yellen, often the Fed can ...
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