Andy Crowder

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Andy Crowder has been investing in stocks and options for over 15 years. A graduate of the University of Oregon and Northern Arizona University, Andrew’s work experience includes working for the medical division of W.L. Gore and Associates in Flagstaff, AZ, Oppenheimer & Co. in New York City and more recently working as a professional options trader, research analyst and financial columnist for a prominent stock options newsletter and advisory service

When Will This Rally End?

It's been a long and arduous climb. Since the beginning of the year the S&P 500 (SPY) has managed to push 8.

Video: How I Make Investment Income by Avoiding Stocks

I am often asked about how I collect income while simultaneously picking my "probability of success." More impo

Trade Along with the Ultimate Insider (and It’s Perfectly Legal)

Martha Stewart, Raj Rajaratnam, James Fleishman, and Ivan Boesky must be thinking, "You've got to be kidding me!&q

How to Collect Income from Apple Even If They Never Pay a Dividend

The most basic requirement for successful trading is to have some well-defined strategy, or in other words, a specific appr

Time to Buy Greece?

Over the past 10 years, Greece went on a spending binge fueled by credit. Unfortunately for Greece, when the global economy

My Favorite Strategy for Producing Income

As an options trader I am often asked about my favorite options strategy for producing income. I have been bombarded with que

VIDEO: What You Should Do If You Missed the Rally of 2012

The S&P 500 continues to motor higher. The benchmark U.S. stock index is improbably up about 8% in the first six weeks

What You Should Do If You Missed the Rally of 2012

The S&P 500 continues to motor higher. The benchmark U.S. stock index is improbably up around 8% in the firs

Why Options, Why Now?

Editor's note: Last week options analyst Andy Crowder hosted a live chat to discuss his "Two Easy Options Strategies fo

Best Stocks to Own Forever: Free Special Report Now Available

Everyone knows that 2011 was a year marked by volatility, though the markets had little to show for their ups and downs thr