- Behavioral finance has a significant impact on both the short-term and long-term pricing of options
- The flexibility to use options in creative ways has helped to consistently drive options volume higher as more market participants get more comfortable with their use
- Most rapid shifts in implied volatility are usually short lived, as implied volatility tends to revert back to long term averages
- Option investors would be wise to understand the nuances of how implied volatility impacts the price they buy or sell
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