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

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

How the ‘Real’ Financial Geniuses Gain an Edge

Who is the better options trader? A.    Two Nobel Prize winning economists who founded the very model that

How a Trader Should Find a Trend

Technicians, technical analysts and traders use charts to analyze a wide array of securities to forecast future price movem

One More Statistic to Keep the Bulls Cautious

Yesterday I posted why I thought the rally could be ending soon. To follow-up I just wanted to say that I use very few indica

Using Volatility to Invest Like the Pros

Many professional options traders don't really care about options prices or volume. They only care about volatility. Th

Bonds May Collapse Before Bernanke’s 2014 Target

The yield on U.S. bonds is abysmal. While I realize that I don't need to tell retirees something they already know, suc

I Will Be Discussing This Important Investment Strategy Next Monday

Before getting into this week's article, I want to tell you about a special free event I'm participating in on Mond

Another Look at How to Double Your Dividends

Before I get into this week's article, I have to tell you about a free event I'm holding next week. I'm holding a LIVE opti

The Bottom to Natural Gas

Natural gas has collapsed for the past four years and has been on a gradual decline for almost a decade. Prices topped near