This options trading strategies course uses real-world examples (buying a house) to explain how a Call Option works in real life. d in this course you can learn how Put Options work. It is the exact opposite of a Call Option.
Put Options increase in value when the value of a stock or index drops in price. We define what a Put Option is, and just like we did in the Call Option, we consider a real-world example of a Put Option.
- Master the basic nuts and bolts of Options trading
- Understand the theory and mathematics behind Options
- What are the factors that affect Options pricing
- How are Options different than Stocks
- How you can use Options even if you invest in Stocks and create superior Combo strategies
- Anyone interested in learning about Options trading
- Live trades using the Thinkorswim platform
- Art of adjusting Single Options strategies
This options trading strategies course studies the need for Option adjustments, and why adjustments are as critical to the success of your position as good entry or analysis. We consider all the four basic strategies – the Long Call, Short Call, Long Put, and the Short Put and look at various adjustments to these positions if they get into trouble.
Every investor has a “pain point” – this is the point at which they adjust their position. Applying a rigorous approach to this pain point enables investors to control risk while maximizing the opportunity to profit.
The course also discusses various details like early adjustments, over-adjusting and adjusting profitable trades as well as the importance of the investor’s outlook for the stock when considering adjustments.