I just downloaded the software. I make a call and the caller can't hear me. Is there a spacific headset requirement (USB,etc..), or can I just use the one I have? Do I need to make adjustments to the settings? Under the devices tab, it shows none for microphone.

You'll definitely need to have something picked other than none for your microphone. Does your headset work for sound coming out of it?

i'm having the same problem. my head phones plug directly into the the mic and headphone ports. not usb. calls to my cell phone work perfectly fine but with corporate calls, I can hear the other person just fine but they cannot hear me. I did the troubleshooting, switched the mic to my headset and the bar indicator shows it is working. but still not working on when talking to other corporate members.

Betting Against the "Crowd"
It is widely known that options traders, especially option buyers, are not the most successful traders. On balance, option buyers lose about 90% of the time. Although there are certainly some traders who do well, would it not make sense to trade against the positions of option traders since most of them have such a bleak record? The contrarian sentiment put/call ratio demonstrates that it does pay to go against the options-trading crowd. After all, the options crowd is usually wrong.

I can remember late 1999 and early into the new millennium, when option buyers were in a frenzy, buying up truckloads of call options on tech stocks and other momentum plays. As the put/call ratio pushed below the traditional bearish level, it seemed like these frenzied option buyers were like sheep being led to the slaughter. And sure enough, with call-relative-to-put buying volume at extreme highs, the market rolled over and began its ugly descent.

As often happens when the market gets too bullish or too bearish , conditions become ripe for a reversal . Unfortunately, the crowd is too caught up in the feeding frenzy to notice. When most of the potential buyers are "in" the market, we typically have a situation where the potential for new buyers hits a limit; meanwhile, we have lots of potential sellers ready to step up and take profit or simply exit the market because their views have changed. The put/call ratio is one of the best measures we have when we are in these oversold (too bearish) or overbought (too bullish) zones.

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I just downloaded the software. I make a call and the caller can't hear me. Is there a spacific headset requirement (USB,etc..), or can I just use the one I have? Do I need to make adjustments to the settings? Under the devices tab, it shows none for microphone.

You'll definitely need to have something picked other than none for your microphone. Does your headset work for sound coming out of it?

i'm having the same problem. my head phones plug directly into the the mic and headphone ports. not usb. calls to my cell phone work perfectly fine but with corporate calls, I can hear the other person just fine but they cannot hear me. I did the troubleshooting, switched the mic to my headset and the bar indicator shows it is working. but still not working on when talking to other corporate members.

I just downloaded the software. I make a call and the caller can't hear me. Is there a spacific headset requirement (USB,etc..), or can I just use the one I have? Do I need to make adjustments to the settings? Under the devices tab, it shows none for microphone.

You'll definitely need to have something picked other than none for your microphone. Does your headset work for sound coming out of it?

i'm having the same problem. my head phones plug directly into the the mic and headphone ports. not usb. calls to my cell phone work perfectly fine but with corporate calls, I can hear the other person just fine but they cannot hear me. I did the troubleshooting, switched the mic to my headset and the bar indicator shows it is working. but still not working on when talking to other corporate members.

Betting Against the "Crowd"
It is widely known that options traders, especially option buyers, are not the most successful traders. On balance, option buyers lose about 90% of the time. Although there are certainly some traders who do well, would it not make sense to trade against the positions of option traders since most of them have such a bleak record? The contrarian sentiment put/call ratio demonstrates that it does pay to go against the options-trading crowd. After all, the options crowd is usually wrong.

I can remember late 1999 and early into the new millennium, when option buyers were in a frenzy, buying up truckloads of call options on tech stocks and other momentum plays. As the put/call ratio pushed below the traditional bearish level, it seemed like these frenzied option buyers were like sheep being led to the slaughter. And sure enough, with call-relative-to-put buying volume at extreme highs, the market rolled over and began its ugly descent.

As often happens when the market gets too bullish or too bearish , conditions become ripe for a reversal . Unfortunately, the crowd is too caught up in the feeding frenzy to notice. When most of the potential buyers are "in" the market, we typically have a situation where the potential for new buyers hits a limit; meanwhile, we have lots of potential sellers ready to step up and take profit or simply exit the market because their views have changed. The put/call ratio is one of the best measures we have when we are in these oversold (too bearish) or overbought (too bullish) zones.


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