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Fundamentals of Equity Options: Basic terminology, characteristics and concepts of equity options. Fundamentals of Index Options: Basic terminology, characteristics and concepts of index options. Fundamentals of Cboe Index Products: The characteristics of Cboe Indexes and related products.
Introduction to Options Basics: Basic options concepts and terminology. Profit and Loss Diagrams: Options strategies for investment purposes. This lesson introduces ways of using Cboe Index Options for investing conservatively and protecting a portfolio. Index Options and the Dow Jones: This lesson covers volatility, delta, time decay and implied volatility. Strategies for managing long stock positions. Various situations are presented along with a number of possible forecasts for the underlying stock, and strategies that best fit each forecast. Strategies that allow you to manage, or take follow-up action, to protect unrealized profits, or to help eliminate or reduce accrued losses on your option positions.
The profit and loss potential of each strategy is examined as well as how each is related to volatility. An introduction to using spreads, including an overview of the four Vertical Spreads: An overview of spreads that are utilized in very specific market conditions, such as: Ratio Spreads, Backspreads and Time Spreads. Detailed explanations, along with examples of Vertical Spreads. Detailed explanations, along with examples of Ratio and Backspreads.
An Introduction to Options Trading by Frans de Weert
Detailed explanations, along with examples of Time Spreads. Detailed explanations, along with examples of Straddles and Strangles. Detailed explanations, along with examples of Butterflies and Condors. Please click here and enter optedu if prompted. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? Learn more about Amazon Prime. Explaining the theory and practice of options from scratch, this book focuses on the practical side of options trading, and deals with hedging of options and how options traders earn money by doing so.
Common terms in option theory are explained and readers are shown how they relate to profit. The book gives the necessary tools to deal with options in practice and it includes mathematical formulae to lift explanations from a superficial level.
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Please try again later. Given the other reviews of this book, I was very much looking forward to receiving this book. My disappointment was enormous.
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This book reads like a hastily thrown together Master's thesis that, with its multiple uses of examples directly from Hull adds little to the literature of options theory. Although it has some basic mathematical material high school calculus level exposition , these sections are sloppily written and often fail to define terms. For example, in Chapter 2 on the Black-Scholes formula, N x is stated as "the standard normal distribution" without defining the function.
Now the normal distribution is well enough known, but there are different normalizations so how do I know which particular one he is using? Only later in Eqn. But here there is a massive typo in the formula so it's not really a compensation. But what's worse is that in spite of its title, the book has little practical knowledge to impart on how options are actually traded and how they actually perform under real market conditions.
A very useful book would have presented real trading scenarios and tracked them through the gyrations of price and volatility to their maturity to show how REAL options perform in a REAL market. Instead, this book has examples with 0. Chapter 10, "Several options strategies", reads like a sparse Chinese menu of options plays, each with a pathetically simple example that anyone can find in the most basic Wikipedia articles.
There is no discussion of the actual situations that these strategies are used in, nor of the possible outcomes of each strategy with variable market conditions.
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But my favorite "example" is on page where De Weert poses the scenario "Consider an investor who knows that TomTom is due to come out with a statement that will be a real market mover. Again, this example is useless to the real individual investor who can't possibly "know" such things. I guess if you're an insider trading criminal, this is the book for you!
I'm not an insider trading criminal. I'm a professional physicist. And if a student of mine submitted this as a thesis project I would feel generous in giving it a B- grade, based on the shoddy mathematical treatments and the almost laughable simplicity of the illustrations and plots used in the book.