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Top Options Stories of 2017 Countdown Feature,Video,video

Listicles are occasionally the butt of jokes – Buzzfeed knows – but what about listideos? With 2017 in the bag, we at JLN thought we’d recap the year in options with a list of the big stories and trends – and there were a number. Below are links to stories referenced in the countdown. When a theme is addressed, the linked story is indicative of the theme.  11) Development of crypto derivatives 10) BOX opens a trading floor 9) Nasdaq to launch VIX alternative 8) MIAX opens second exchange, Pearl 7) Broker fee wars 6) Vela acquires OptionsCity 5) Consolidated Audit Trail (CAT)…

The Spread – Week of 12/11 – 12/15 Video

Our second installation of The Spread! The Spread is a brief recap of some of the notable activity in the options world. The following stories are referenced in this week’s installment: Bloomberg – Robinhood Is Making Even More Trades Free, Taking on the Options Market WSJ – Volatility Is Low But Ambiguity Is Sky High Eurex – Low-Volatility 2017 Marks High Demand for VSTOXX Business Insider – Trader ’50 Cent’ lost $197 million betting on market meltdown CFO – Options Clearing Corp. CFO Focuses on Tech Upgrade MIAX – MIAX Options Exchange Celebrates 5th Anniversary

The low vol feedback loop; EU shuts door on electronic access providers; More exchange consolidation? Newsletter,Options

Observations & Insight Ed Tilly – Staying Ahead of the Technology Curve MarketsWikiEducation.com In this video from MarketsWiki Education’s Intern Recruiting Event event in Chicago, Ed Tilly, chairman and CEO of Cboe Global Markets, discusses how changes in technology force you to adapt to stay ahead of the curve. Tilly breaks down what’s going on in the exchange space and how the Cboe has changed over the years. With the explosion of screen trading and the end of open outcry trading, exchanges have had to roll with the punches and make sure customers are happy. Tilly’s goal is to bring…

Equity volatility schemes seen widely used; Volatility risk endures; Laszlo Birinyi’s calls Newsletter,Options

Observations & Insight Crypto Developments of the Week – There Were a Lot Spencer Doar – JLN The news just won’t stop in the crypto space and with the big exchanges making moves, new platforms seemingly launched every day, ETFs trying to get off the ground and regulatory concerns, it is worth reviewing some of the week’s news. Most of the developments were setbacks. Reuters has an expose out today about how chaos and hackers stalk investors on cryptocurrency exchanges. Plus, there are ongoing concerns about about transaction and transfer costs in bitcoin as Bloomberg laid out in today’s Paying…

Options Market Says Buy the Dip; Issues With Volatility Short-Selling Guru Newsletter,Options

Lead Stories Options Market to Investors: Buy the Dip; Options traders aren’t pricing in a correction during September and October, even as worries abound. Steve Sears – Barron’s The options market is sending a message to stock investors: Keep calm and buy the dip. Despite the recent turbulence in the market, Standard & Poor’s 500 index options, which are used to hedge stock portfolios, are priced as if investors have little to worry about over the next two months. This stands in sharp contrast to the recent eruption of market commentary that warns stocks could severely tumble for any number…

The Patent World Blog,Feature,Investing & Trading

We’re back in court today. On Friday, Nasdaq filed suit against Miami International Holdings, the parent company of MIAX, the youngest of the U.S. options exchange groups. Nasdaq announced it had filed suit for patent infringement and theft of secret information by MIAX, which has hired a number of former Nasdaq and International Securities Exchange professionals. According to Bloomberg, the Nasdaq suit claims that “MIAX instead relied on or piggybacked off of the Nasdaq trade secrets and other technical know-how acquired by former Nasdaq employees during their tenure at Nasdaq.” Nasdaq is asking the court to force MIAX to stop…

Nasdaq Sues Rival Exchange, Alleging Stolen Tech Secrets; New Worry in ‘Repo’ John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read The Patent World By Jim Kharouf We’re back in court today. Nasdaq has filed suit against Miami International, the parent company of MIAX, the youngest of the US options exchange groups. On Friday, Nasdaq announced it had filed suit for patent infringement and stealing Nasdaq secret information by MIAX, which has hired a number of former Nasdaq and International Securities Exchange professionals. In Friday’s top story from Bloomberg, the Nasdaq suit claims that “MIAX instead relied on or piggybacked off of the Nasdaq trade secrets and other technical know-how acquired by former Nasdaq employees during their tenure at…

These Intraday Stock Rotations Keep Crushing Volatility; JPMorgan quant drops the whole market with report comparing to 1987; Libor, Phone-Smashing and Hacking Newsletter,Options

Observations & Insight Financial Markets Leaders Remember the late Magnus Bocker John Lothian – JLN I asked several leaders around the exchange world to offer remembrances of Magnus Bocker, the late former CEO of SGX. To start, I shall offer my own and add additional remembrances as they come in. I first met Magnus Bocker at a Deutsche Bank investment banking financial technology conference in New York where I had been asked to moderate an exchange leader panel. Magnus was then president of Nasdaq OMX. Also on the panel was Larry Leibowitz representing NYSE Euronext. Magnus was always gracious with…

A MIAX Equities Exchange and the CFTC Connection: A Few More Words on LedgerX Blog,Feature

In case you missed the big news Monday, the CFTC approved LedgerX as a derivatives clearing organization.  Miami International Holdings, or MIH (parent company of MIAX), a partner and investor in the crypto exchange, put out its press release regarding the approval Wednesday night. The key takeaway from the release is a pretty big “Whoa!” stemming from this one-off line regarding MIH’s licensing agreement with LedgerX: “MIH secured similar rights for securities to be listed on its MIAX Equities Exchange, once launched.” An equities exchange? There is not much information out there regarding this proposed endeavor. All the web yields…