Investors and Traders Have New Resource to Evaluate Stock Options and Trades with the Launch of Equity Arb

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The new company Equity Arb distills mergers and acquisitions information into an actionable format traders and investors can use to make optimal trading decisions in stock options markets.

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Non-option participants have long understood the power and implications of options such as implied volatility and option volume, even though they may have no interest in trading options.

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Equity Arb, a resource for investors and traders who use information from stock options markets to make more informed trading decisions, announces its recent launch. Founded by industry veteran Paul Foster, Equity Arb cuts through and simplifies the mergers and acquisitions chatter.

“Non-option participants have long understood the power and implications of options such as implied volatility and option volume, even though they may have no interest in trading options. Equity Arb is designed specifically for these non-option investors and traders,” Foster says.

Investors and traders need to understand how mergers and acquisitions affect their stock positions. Equity Arb sends its users pertinent summaries of this information, enabling quick and accurate evaluations such as “99% of this XYZ deal chatter is false,” “50% BBB might be true,” “25% chance of deal possible in next four months” or “full priced deal would be $50, sell $55 calls.”

Popular option mentor and 22-year CBOE PIT veteran Dan Sheridan has subscribed to Foster’s stock options services for years. Sheridan uses Foster’s trading ideas for his weekly CBOE TV show “Options Safari.”

Equity Arb offers subscriptions to both intra-day and end-of-day messages. The end of day subscription allows usres to receive one summary e-mail after the market closes, featuring all alerts from the trading day. Equity Arb’s intra-day subscription is a more robust offering, in which subscribers receive several messages during the day as the news and markets are developing. On a typical day, intra-day subscribers can expect to receive three e-mail messages during trading hours. People interested in trying out Equity Arb’s service can also sign up to receive one free daily message.

About Equity Arb founder Paul Foster
Paul Foster has worked on the Midwest Stock exchange floor, Board of Trade, CME and on trading desks for more than 20 years. Foster has a proven track record of sending clients option content related to significant stock events since 2004.

Traders and investors interested in learning more about trade and stock options markets can visit Equity Arb online at http://www.equityarb.com.

Contact:
Paul Foster
Equity Arb
312-431-7408

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