Looking To Know The Direction Of The S&P 500? Brent Kochuba From Spotgamma Shows You How The Pros Trade Volatility

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This week we have an interview with Brent Kochuba, the founder of SpotGamma. Brent's expertise is about predicting the future movements of equities and indices. While a lot of what he does is a bit technical, if you want to know where things are going in the future... Brent is your guy.

Short Squeeze, Gamma Squeeze, and volatility. All things that Brent tracks daily. Listen to this episode to find out how the pros look at the increase volatility we have seen in the markets.

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Today's Guest:  Brett Kochuba

Brent Kochuba, Founder of SpotGamma, a financial insights company, which applies its proprietary methodology toward modeling index and equity options and then provides unique content to its subscribers. SpotGamma has thousands of members and has been featured in publications such as The Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg Markets. Brent oversees all of the product development and creative content. Brent was most recently a portfolio manager with Seven North Capital Management where he focused on creating options-based investment strategies. Prior to that, he spent time as a derivatives broker at Wolverine Execution, Credit Suisse and Bank of America.

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