Home improvement tips to prepare for the summer storm season – SkiatookJournal.com: Seasonal
Source: Thinkorswim Taking a look at the implied volatility (red) and implied volatility skew levels of Home Depot options may help determine if investors are bullish, neutral, or bearish. Implied Volatility (IV) Average Average As of Tuesday, there is average demand from call and put buyers or sellers, all neutral over the next two months. To summarize, investors are buying a very small amount of call and put option contracts and are leaning neutral over the next two months.
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Standby generator Summer storms can cause the most damage if you lose electricity. Weather-related power outages have doubled since 2003, according to the U.S. Department of Energy. Without electricity, your sump pump will stop, your refrigerator wont be able to keep your food chilled and your home security system wont work. To keep your home secured and operating without power, Del Grande recommends installing a permanent standby generator system.
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Wood is good: The must-have material for your spring home spruce-up Thinking of sprucing up your home for spring? You’re not alone; one in three homeowners say they’ll take on at least one home improvement project in the first half of 2014, according to a recent survey by Burst Media. And it turns out, freshening your home for spring is a smart investment.
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