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1: The New Market
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2: Understanding Options 3: Volatility and Options 4: Buying Options 5: Selling Options 51 87
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6: Basic Options Spreads 7: Advanced Spreads 8: Wingspreads 191 147
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9: Indices and Exchange-Traded Funds 10: Interest-Rate Products 11: Option Pricing 251 229
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INTRODUCTION
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Whenever you nd yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and re ect Mark Twain
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Mark Twain s simple words ring true in many aspects of life, but in investing, this statement is a solid piece of advice So often investors follow the masses and the mass media into a trending market direction only to have a reversal of fortune create a sudden change in the capital ow in the market In creating Advanced Option Trading in Volatile Markets, I wanted to bring you advanced trading and option techniques to allow you to follow the trending masses while learning to offset the risk of signi cant changes in market direction In this book we cover a great deal about volatility and the effects of volatility on market trading Volatility ebbs and ows; it is not a xed or necessarily predictable aspect of the market Your job as an investor, trader, or nancial professional is to learn to manage volatility using advanced strategy and trading discipline To be a successful investor or nancial professional today, you must have a full understanding of the advanced strategies available
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Introduction
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for your portfolio as well as an understanding of how these strategies are utilized by other investors I wanted to bring advanced strategy to a level that was quickly and easily understandable and to avoid a bunch of owery language and complicated mathematics that often discourage busy people from learning advanced portfolio management I hope you enjoy Advanced Option Trading in Volatile Markets and feel free to visit my Web site at wwwkkrauscom
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Trading in the New Market
Trading in today s markets is more challenging than any time in history Wide price swings in equity, debt, currency, and commodity instruments and their representative indices have created a signi cant increase in market risk and capital requirements In order to begin understanding how to use option trading strategies to manage portfolio risk and improve pro tability, we have to understand the landscape of the markets of today and the outlook for markets in the future Identifying and understanding the nature of market participants and their in uence on the market is critical to successful trading We need to also understand how the expansion of technology and the growth in knowledge of individual traders have changed the landscape of investing over the past several years Signi cant increases in participation and publicity of hedge and index funds have increased awareness of the in uence these groups have Television and industry experts often cite the funds as the culprits of market volatility, and in many ways they are But the funds are just as subject to the increased risk as anyone else, only in much larger dollar gures The question is who and what are
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the funds and how do you effectively manage your personal investments or your client s portfolio risk in the volatile climate created by fund traders and global investing Fund managers themselves must learn to improve risk management in order to maintain positive returns in volatile markets or the assets may travel to the fund next door Let s look at the major groups of market participants and how they are constructed and what their individual trading goals are
Hedge Funds
The rst and arguably the most powerful fund group is the hedge fund Hedge funds are commonly limited-membership, private investment groups which are comprised of funds from professional and wealthy investors These funds are limited by Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) regulation to sophisticated investors and small numbers of investors at any one time This is not however, a representation of their market strength in that these funds can have assets in the hundreds of millions or billions in assets under management Hedge funds have extensive freedom in their investments and may spread their wealth across broad ranges of investments, equities, commodities, debt, or currencies because they are not speci cally registered investment companies with the SEC This investment freedom also enables hedge funds to direct large amounts of capital at particular market sectors, individual companies, broad indices, or even individual commodities at any given time Hedge funds are frequent short sellers in equity and derivative markets, meaning that the funds sell shares that they have often borrowed or may short futures contracts in order to buy them back at a lower price Short selling is inherently risky; however, funds
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