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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…

Tokyo Stock Exchange takes aim at Japan’s corporate ghosts; U.S. Default? Unlikely, But Bond Traders Are Taking No Chances; Deutsche Börse CEO Looks to Cut Deal John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

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First Read Hits & Takes Our video today from MarketsWiki Education World of Opportunity Chicago 2017 features NFA President and CEO Tom Sexton.~JJL There is a signup form on the Upcoming Events page of the MarketsWikiEducation.com site for college students to sign up for our MarketsWiki Education Recruiting event on the afternoon of October 16 at the CBOE.~JJL Spencer Doar, Mike Forrester and John Lothian will be in Washington, DC from September 12 to 15 for the Securities Traders Association annual regulatory conference.~JJL Today we have a blog from Jim Falvey about cryptocurrencies and distributed ledger technology. See it below.~SR…

Nasdaq’s Kennedy Sees Plenty of Room for Options Industry Growth Blog

While the options industry has been incredibly resilient in the face of challenges, Kevin Kennedy, senior vice president, head of U.S. options with Nasdaq, sees the need for growth.  In this video from the Options Industry Conference in Scottsdale, Ariz., Kennedy talks about opportunities to improve the functioning of options markets. Some things Kennedy believes should be addressed are auctions, the number of listed underlyings and spread width. He hopes Nasdaq can take a leadership role in revamping market structure and tailoring the regulatory environment to better suit end users.  Sponsored by:  

Bill Brodsky’s Pioneering Career: An Industry Innovator Looks Back Feature,Video,video

Bill Brodsky has been a fixture of the derivatives markets for the better part of 50 years — at the (then) American Stock Exchange, CME and CBOE. He recently stepped down from the CBOE after two decades as the CEO and then chairman of the exchange. At each stop, Brodsky ushered in periods of change. He helped put AMEX on the options map in the ’70s; oversaw the launch of the electronic trading system Globex and of options on futures as CEO of the CME; and as CEO of the CBOE, took the exchange public and helped the birth of…

JLN Exchange Leader Series 2017: By Leveraging Bats’ Technology, CBOE’s Tilly Wants To Expand Footprint Feature,Mwiki,Video,video

CBOE Holdings arguably had its biggest year in history in 2016 with the purchase of Bats Global Markets for $3.2 billion. The deal expanded CBOE’s footprint in the securities space in the US and in Europe, plus forex as well. It also provided a new technology platform to keep CBOE competitive. “It’s taking this unique product set and distributing it across a much broader geography with a much more diverse business development platform,” said Ed Tilly, chairman and CEO of CBOE. “So we’re going to leverage that presence in London.” Next, CBOE is turning its attention toward the migration of…