Big Ups And Downs Give Daytraders A Way To Thrive

Chicago photojournalist John Gress
Tony Battista of Tasty Trade works in his Chicago studio August 11, 2011. "I love volatility, But I don't think we wanted to get to this level of volatility every day," said Battista, who co-anchors Chicago-based Tasty Trade's how-to show on trading techniques and was a market maker for 25 years. REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES)

Today I illustrated a story showing how day traders work to exploit volatility. Along with my shoot today with Tony Battista I got an explanation of the options markets.

By Ryan Vlastelica and Ann Saphir

NEW YORK/CHICAGO, Aug 11 (Reuters) – These days, every day in the market is an adventure. But some daytraders are making a killing, taking advantage of wild market swings that have scared off even strong-stomached investors….Read More

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