Seasons Greetings from Trader Edge

Seasons greetings from Trader Edge.

I hope that you have found some of the Trader Edge articles to be useful this year. I have enjoyed corresponding with many of you throughout 2014 and I appreciate all of the feedback on my first book:

Option Strategy Risk / Return Ratios: A Revolutionary New Approach to Optimizing, Adjusting, and Trading Any Option Income Strategy

I am currently writing my second book on options. The new book will introduce an innovative framework and interactive tool set for designing and optimizing option strategies to profit from earnings announcements. The interactive spreadsheets that will accompany the upcoming book will allow the reader to correctly value the entire option matrix (including earnings effects) and to design optimal strategies to profit from price and earnings volatility anomalies.

I continue to trade full-time and writing the first book took a tremendous amount of time; the second book is proving to be equally demanding. Once the new book is published, I will be able to devote even more time to new research projects for my proprietary trading and for Trader Edge.

I look forward to exploring new tools, concepts, and insights with you when posts resume in January. Best wishes for a happy 2014 holiday season and for a prosperous 2015.

Brian Johnson

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About Brian Johnson

I have been an investment professional for over 30 years. I worked as a fixed income portfolio manager, personally managing over $13 billion in assets for institutional clients. I was also the President of a financial consulting and software development firm, developing artificial intelligence based forecasting and risk management systems for institutional investment managers. I am now a full-time proprietary trader in options, futures, stocks, and ETFs using both algorithmic and discretionary trading strategies. In addition to my professional investment experience, I designed and taught courses in financial derivatives for both MBA and undergraduate business programs on a part-time basis for a number of years.
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