Tom and Tony did an alright job of covering the Biggest and Smallest Moving Stocks of 2017 earlier in the week, but the Research Team is here to capitalize and elaborate on the topic as only they could. Our Research Team likes to go above and beyond the conventional financial metrics to reflect on how mispriced a given market’s options are, and they recap this notion here for the last year’s worth of trading.
Brick, Beef, and Kai sit down to take an extended look at the stocks and market sectors that moved the most and least relative to the range implied by their options for the year of 2017. They follow this up with how their trading in these stocks has been a function of the larger and smaller movers.
Finally, the guys conclude the segment with some year-end metrics around how low implied volatility has been in the broad equity indices.