Sunday, September 24th, 2017

I want to learn all about stock option,including strategies, the risk, analysis, how to trade etc?

I know nothing about stock options, but I am very interesting in this regard. I found a lot of seminars that offer a way to get high returns from stock options and the evidence of successful people from stock options. Could you share what the risks and benefits of entering the stock options market? How to test? How to manage the risk? And what are the strategies? How trade and pass to enter this market? What is the tool? What is the difference between the usual stock market? Thank you very much

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9 Responses to “I want to learn all about stock option,including strategies, the risk, analysis, how to trade etc?”
  1. Sid says:

    Lots of people have gone to jail due to stock option scandal. So stay away from all kinds of options. Stock options scandals are everywhere. People will try to tell you that certain options are different and there would be no jail no scandal. Be careful, no one likes you make money other than your family.

  2. troybruno says:

    Umm, yeah. First off “stock option scandals” are an accounting issue for corporations and employee compensation. I think you’re asking about personal investment, so ignore the first answer.

    I’d suggest buying Hull’s book “Options, Futures and Other Derivaties” – it is the industry standard.

  3. dinu_pawar says:

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  4. philos says:

    CBOE has a very nice online tutorial, after all this is where all options are traded

    CBOE = Chicago Board of Options Exchange

  5. Mathew C says:

    Like everybody says you go to the CBOE website and learn the whole gamut. In case you need some personal tution after that email me refering to this answer on yahoo answers with specific questions please. good luck.
    Try, http://www.optiontradingpedia.com
    http://www.optionpedia.com
    http://www.insidefutures.com
    Options:
    Call options buy: It is the right but not the obligation to buy stocks at a specified price called the strike price at a specified date in future called the Expiration day.
    Call option write:It is the obligation but not the right to sell shares at a future date at a specified price called the expiration day and strike price respectively.
    Put Option buy: It is the the right but the obligation to sell shares at a future date called the expiration day at a specified price called the strike price.
    Put option write: it is the obligation but not the right to buy shares at a specified price at a future date called the strike price and expiration day respectively.
    Option strategies:
    Bull Spread: You buy a call and sell a put with call highly priced and put low priced with same expiration day.
    Bear Spread: You buy put and sell a call with put highly priced and call lower priced with the same expiration day.
    Straddle: You buy a call and write a call with the same expiration.
    Strap: You buy a call and again another call with different strike and sell a call all with same expiration.
    Strip: You buy a call sell a call and another call with the same expiration but with different strike prices.
    Butterfly: You sell a call, sell another call and buy a call with different strikes and same expiration
    Condor : You buy a call, sell two calls and buy a put.
    Horizontal: You sell a put and buy a call with differnet expiration.
    Diagonal: You sell a call, buy a put and sell a call with differnt expiration days.
    Call ratio spread: This is for sideways moving market whre you buy call and sell put with different expiries.
    Option Greeks:
    Delta: Change in option premium to that of underlying security or that of futres price.
    Gamma: Change of delta with that of the underlying security or futures price of the same stock.
    Theta: Change in option premium to expiration day.
    Vega: Change in premium to change in volatility.
    Volatility: High price – Low price/(High + Low)/2
    this can be the statistical volatility.
    The average of the volatilities of the last strike price changes can be the Implied volatility.
    When Implied volatility is greater than statistical volatility it is better not to trade since one might losse money.
    Options greek way of looking at is when delta is high and theta is growing when IV >SV.
    I have tried to explain the most needed to trade options. Try to learn all what have given and you will get pretty good idea about options.

  6. Paul says:

    I would recommend you to check the website below where you can learn about Shares and Stock trading and how to select best shares.
    Hope it helps,

    http://money-review-site.com/shares.html

    http://www.money-review-site.com

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