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Options Education

21 April 2010 - 09:42 PM

How Options Work Options are the most versatile trading instrument ever invented. Since options cost less than stock, they provide a high leverage approach to trading that can significantly limit the overall risk of a trade or provide additional income. Simply put, option buyers have rights and option sellers have obligations. Option buyers have the right, but not the obligation, to buy (call) or sell (put) the underlying stock at a specified price until the 3rd Friday of their expiration month. There are two kinds of options: calls and puts. Call options give you the right to buy the underlying asset. Put options give you the right to sell the underlying asset. It is essential to become familiar with the inner workings of both. Every strategy you learn from this point on depends on your thorough understanding of these two kinds of options. There are no margin requirements if you want to purchase an option because your risk is limited to the price of the option. In contrast, option sellers receive a credit in their account for selling an option and get to keep this amount if the option expires worthless. However, option sellers also have an obligation to buy (put) or sell (call) the underlying instrument if their option is exercised by an assigned option holder. Therefore, selling an option requires a healthy margin. To trade options, you must be acquainted with the select terminology of the option market. The price at which an underlying stock can be purchased or sold if the option is exercised is called the strike price. Options are available in several strike prices above and below the current price of the underlying asset. Stocks priced below $25 per share usually have strike prices at 2 dollar intervals. Stocks priced over $25 usually have strike prices at $5 dollar intervals. The date the option expires is referred to as the expiration date. A stock option expires by close of business on the 3rd Friday of the expiration month. All listed options have options available for the current month and the next month as well as specific future months. Each stock has a corresponding cycle of months available for options. There are three fixed expiration cycles available. Each cycle has a four-month interval: January, April, July and October February, May, August and November March, June, September and December The price of an option is called the premium. An option's premium is determined by a number of factors including the type of option (call or put), the current price of the underlying asset, the strike price of the option, the time remaining until expiration, and volatility. An option premium is priced on a per share basis. Each option on a stock generally corresponds to 100 shares. Therefore, if the premium of an option is priced at 2, the total premium for that option would be $200 (2 x 100 = $200). Buying an option creates a debit in the amount of the premium to the buyer's trading account. Selling an option creates a credit in the amount of the premium to the seller's trading account:

Technical Analysis 19/4/2010

19 April 2010 - 08:25 AM

EUR 2010/04/19 09:41

EUR/USD intraday: under pressure.

Pivot: 1.3515

Our preference: Short positions below 1.3515 with targets @ 1.341 & 1.3375 in extension.

Alternative scenario: Above 1.3515 look for further upside with 1.3565 & 1.3595 as targets.

Comment: the pair and its intraday RSI remain capped by declining trend lines.

Key levels
1.3451 last

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Daily Market Comments - Monday 19 to Friday 23 April 2010

19 April 2010 - 12:47 AM

Daily Market Comments - Monday 19 April 2010

Current fall is near an end of wave around 1.3460 zone, a rally should then procede to above 1.3572. Fall below 1.3410 would cancel this scenario.

Classic Chart Indicators and Studies

18 April 2010 - 10:22 PM

Classic Chart Indicators and Studies

The Accumulation/Distribution is a momentum indicator that associates changes in price with the daily range.

Formula (((cl-lo)-(hi-cl))/(hi-lo))*vol)

Divergences between the Accumulation/Distribution and the security's price imply a change is imminent. When a divergence does occur, prices usually change to confirm the Accumulation/Distribution. For example, if the indicator is moving up and the security's price is going down, prices will probably reverse and start going up.

If the days price change is positive then the difference in the daily high and low price is added to the total, and conversely if the daily change is negative then the daily range is subtracted from the total.

You can calculate the Moving Average of the resulting Accumulation/Distribution line by entering in the number of periods within the Moving Average in the first parameter box - Nemokamas lankytoju skaitliukas Increase Page Rank Trust Seal Website Security Test ??????? Google


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