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(3) Understanding of technical price objectives.
(4) How to picture price objectives.
(5) How to trade with moving averages.
(6) How to use point and figure trading techniques.
(7) How to use the RSI indicator.
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Monday, July 2, 2007

OPTION GREEKS

Find out more about what each of the Options Greek means and understand further its behaviours / characteristics.

Click the following links to read each of the articles on Options Greeks in this blog:

1) Option Greeks - Introduction

2a) DELTA - Part 1

2b) DELTA - Part 2

2c) DELTA - Part 3

3) GAMMA

4) THETA

5) VEGA

6) RHO

7) Behaviour of OPTION GREEKS in relation to TIME REMAINING TO EXPIRATION and IMPLIED VOLATILITY (IV) – With Past DATA and CHARTS


OPTIONS GREEK SUMMARY:

8) Option Greeks vs. OTM, ATM & ITM Options

9) Options Greeks and Position in the Market (Long vs. Short)

10) The Impacts of TIME REMAINING TO EXPIRATION on OPTIONS GREEK

11) The Impact of IMPLIED VOLATILITY (IV) on OPTIONS GREEKS


Related Topics:
* FREE Trading Educational Videos from Trading Experts
* Options Trading Basic – Part 1
* Options Trading Basic – Part 2
* Understanding Implied Volatility (IV)
* Understanding Option’s Time Value
* Learning Candlestick Charts
* Learning Charts Patterns

1 comment:

Aaron said...

These explanations of the greeks are shorter and clearer than any of the other descriptions I have found on the internet so far. Thank you for writing them and making them freely available!