Join Stan Freifeld, Director of Corporate Services at McMillan Analysis Corp., as he explains a little known strategy referred to as Gamma Scalping. Gamma Scalping is a strategy that many professional traders use in an attempt to generate increased profits. It involves putting on a long Gamma position and then making adjustments as the underlying stock, index or futures contract moves up and down. It works particularly well in volatile market environments. During this webinar, he will provide the position entry criteria, scalping parameters and order types, exit criteria and other details relating to this low risk strategy.
Level: Intermediate to Advanced
Recorded October 20, 2011 at 8:00pm Eastern Time
Approximately One Hour Running Time
Presented by Stan Freifeld
Director of Corporate Services
McMillan Analysis Corporation
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