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Dawn of the Decade: How Options Trading Will Evolve in 2010

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Adam Warner on how to profit in a choppy market.

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So long 2009. It's been a wild year, but now everyone's attention is on the future.

Minyanville sat down with 15 of our professors to get their take on what to expect in 2010. What will be the dominant themes for the year? Which companies or sectors could be hot? Where is the dollar headed? Will gold's run ever stop?

Check out Minyanville's Dawn of the Decade page for answers to all this and more.

Featured Interview: Adam Warner


Adam Warner is a proprietary option trader with Addormar Co, Inc.

We sat down with Adam to ask how he sees options trading evolving in 2010. Adam talked about the best way to handle volatility, and what strategies to employ to make a profit in a choppy market.

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