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  • The options market's overall put-call ratio, a commonly used sentiment gauge, leaned to bullish options more than usual, but the signal was discounted by market observers.

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  • The "put-call ratio" hit the lowest point in 10 years in January in a bullish reading on investor sentiment, according to an analysis by MKM Partners.

    Caution Lurks Even as 'Fear Gauge' Looks Mild

  • MGM's put-call ratio stood at 1.04 after Thursday's close, up sharply from 0.88 on Aug. 19, according to data from Trade Alert.

    Bearish Trading Rises in MGM Resorts

  • Options traders are holding a record number of TBT calls, with the ETF's put-call ratio ending last week at 0.53, the lowest in a year.

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  • The put-call ratio for the iShares Barclays 20+ Year Treasury Bond Fund trading symbol: TLT closed last week at 1.77, the highest in roughly two years, according to Trade Alert.

    Bond Bears Stalk Treasury ETFs

  • For example, "SiP a CoKe" can be used to remind you of option put-call parity: The prices of a Stock + the Put = those of the Call + the present value of the striKe price.

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  • Short-term, equity markets could be vulnerable to a shock: Nomura notes volumes are low, investor bearishness has declined and the Chicago Board Options Exchange equity put-call ratio is showing a lack of interest in buying protection.

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  • The put-call ratio is one of several options-market indicators used to measure investor sentiment.

    Bulls Running Strong in the Options Market

  • Tuesday ' s lower put-call ratio of 0.49 builds on an optimistic trend that has developed the last several sessions.

    Bulls Running Strong in the Options Market

  • Roughly four bullish call options are outstanding in the market for every three puts, according to Trade Alert put-call data.

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