Issue 113: Finding High Probability Options Trades With Volatility Visualizer - Masters in Trading Digest

Finding High-Probability Options Trades With Volatility Visualizer

In this recent post, Jonathan Rose explains exactly how Volatility Visualizer a charting tool, built for Thinkorswim, uses advanced scanning capabilities to narrow down a subset of trades we believe have the highest probability of breaking out from their present channel. The tool is built to simplify the presentation of these names. You can read all about it over on our blog, Insights.

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