In 2007 over 400 million equity option contracts were traded but it is a volatile market, prices are ever changing with supply and demand a the only certainty is that they will change. With little knowledge or experience, an uninformed decision can quickly drain capital. This book explains equity options from absolute basics, assuming no prior knowledge of the subject. It shows traders starting out and already using the exchanges how to enhance their equity portfolio by using the whole range of investment opportunities and tools available. This will help investors to reduce their costs, enhance returns and manage price risk with certainty and precision. Equity Options Explained is a practical guide to trading equity options, supported by Liffe (part of the NYSE Euronext exchange group). Written by Bill Beagles, a well known, highly experienced trader and trainer, creating a unique combination in this area. Bill is still highly active in the markets, which brings a practical perspective to his training and the books.We have a word for a sharp downward movement in equity markets; a stock market acrasha. It is revealing that ... Second, what tends to happen to volatility when the underlying market rises in comparison to when the underlying market falls?
|Title||:||Equity and Index Options Explained|
|Author||:||W. A. Beagles|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2009-03-25|