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What is a Reverse Stock Split? - like what happened in $UVXY

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Vol Curves and Vanna Charm with Cem Karsan

5 849 views | 15 Oct. 2020

Today’s pod is all about

Today’s pod is all about word play playing into alternative investment. How does Jam Croissant relate to Cem Karsan? What about Vanna Charm and options definitions? Or the forever popular “there’s no such thing as a free lunch” evolving to “nothing is ever risk free”? To get together the definitions, explanations, and educated facts on all these nuances, we have FinTwit VIP & Founder and Senior Managing Partner of Aegea Capital Management, Cem Karsan. On top of alternative investment word witticism we’re also talking with Cem about how to actually pronounce Cem Karsan starting out as a market maker, Hagia Sophia, vanna informing trend following, buying options, twitter debates, Cem’s favorite jam & croissant, active to passive moves, the election pushing October, November, and December higher, how nothing is ever risk free, winner takes all mentality for market makers, market down/vol down market up/vol up, volatility retail call buying growth versus value, and all of the Greek/options definitions.


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Volga is Vomma ...thats what everyone calls it no one says volga?!?! just like no one is calling Gamma KAPPA!?!?


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One of the best episodes thus far


Sorry, but I'm not sure whom your target audience is. You are asking him about simple greek definitions then talk about ES/SPX vol surface term structure and order flow. In my humble opinion, one should either target simple and basic concepts or talk about vol surface dynamics/strategies that are aimed to take advantage of them. Anyway, I appreciate the effort.


Isn't Option Charm named like the charm quark?


Great insights - rarely do you get this kind of detailed discussion and ideas from a really smart options pro.

Isaac Wendt

Can you elaborate on vix strike vol and how a retail noob like myself can get my head around it?

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I listen to this 3 times in 3 different days and my head still spinning

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Dissecting and Understanding the Behavior of $UVXY - Premium Accumulation / Decay

7 213 views | 8 Dec. 2015


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UVXY has no floor. this is bad advice.

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great tips madaz,,and great idea thanks

Kevin Hu

By this logic. shouldn't you just buy and hold a large amount of $UVXY at $24 and just wait for the next big market panic to double/triple your money? Idk seems too good to be true ..

James Bradley

TVIX is my bread and butter trade. Thank you so much for making this vid. Awesome content brother?

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Great Video Madaz, Thank you!


Disappointed brother. Uvxy and vix reason why it acts weirdly is because it follows spx.x/spy futures and on days where it doesnt have much direction it follows dow futures. Uvxy/tvix has 5% decay per month given nothing happens. Holding long term or longing uvxy/tvix is horrible idea. Intraday only or in times of extreme volatility you can swing it. Nothing else. You are guaranteed to loose money in longrun.

Note: they reverse split it often but check 5 yr graph

Robert Ruschak

Good luck trying to short sell the common stock. UVXY will continue to reverse split continuously , until it becomes utterly worthless! The other route is to buy put options!On other hand, the ETN options are setup as European options vs American options.

Kivo Sanli

i m sorry but you dont know what you are talking about. it actually follows vix futures not the vix itself

Will Neighbors

how come you don't buy call options that expire months/years out and simply exercise or sell those when high volatility shows up??

desi sher

Madaz, your intentions are good, but there are some technical flaws in this video. 7:02 "The EFT will go down, because the long-term market trend is up". Sort of correct, but the UVXY will go down even if the market is static, because the value of UVXY is based on the VIX futures, and not on the market state. The VIX futures are generally in contango - even in flat markets - and the contango drag is the driving force behind the UVXY falling long terms.

Zuo Zheng

If UVXY do another split, can we just short it long-term because it always goes down in the long run?

Nils Trader

Interesting topic, thank you !


Caution there: $24 is not a solid floor for UVXY (in fact, there is no floor). UVXY reverse split several times over the past years.
It was $14.92 on 28 March 2011; $12.9 on 1 May 2011; $9.28 on 2 Jul 2011; $5.3 on 25 Jul 2011; $84.5 on 25 Jun 2012 (aft reverse split).

chun tam

excellent video, but how did you know that $SPY and $UVXY were polar opposite? and where can i find future stocks that fluctuate base on one another?


what do you think about UVXY right now? Its a 22 rn damn