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´´An Introduction to Options Trading is a pleasurable book to read. The simplicity of the language and exposition make it accessible to a wide spectrum of interested readers, especially to option traders. Although no rigorous mathematics is discussed in this book, the formulas used are well motivated and explained.´´ Karma Dajani, Utrecht University, The Netherlands An Introduction to Options Trading is one of the first books to explain where the profit of option traders really comes from. Although people usually assume that this profit relates to bid-offer spreads, this book actually shows that there is a much more sophisticated way of making money when trading options. This book shows why investors use option structures to satisfy their needs, and what practical implications these option structures have on the trader. Explaining the theory and practice of options trading from scratch, the reader will quickly become familiar with delta hedging, gamma, vega and theta and how these terms relate to the trader´s profit. Throughout the book real-life examples will be used to explain the practicalities of options bringing the theory behind options to life. After reading An Introduction to Options Trading the reader will understand how options can be tailored to an investor´s needs. The book will give the reader an understanding of the incredible potential of making money through options and will equip him with the necessary tools to deal with options in practice. Written by an experienced options trader, An Introduction to Options Trading is the only up-to-date book to deal with the practical side of options trading for sales people and traders. Explaining the theory and practice of options from scratch, this book focuses on the practical side of options trading, and deals with hedging of options and how options traders earn money by doing so. Common terms in option theory are explained and readers are shown how they relate to profit. Bücher > Sachbücher > Business & Karriere > Wirtschaft Taschenbuch 14.07.2006, John Wiley & Sons Inc, .200
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An Introduction to Options Trading is a pleasurable book to read. The simplicity of the language and exposition make it accessible to a wide spectrum of interested readers, especially to option traders. Although no rigorous mathematics is discussed in this book, the formulas used are well motivated and explained.´´ Karma Dajani, Utrecht University, The Netherlands An Introduction to Options Trading is one of the first books to explain where the profit of option traders really comes from. Although people usually assume that this profit relates to bid-offer spreads, this book actually shows that there is a much more sophisticated way of making money when trading options. This book shows why investors use option structures to satisfy their needs, and what practical implications these option structures have on the trader. Explaining the theory and practice of options trading from scratch, the reader will quickly become familiar with delta hedging, gamma, vega and theta and how these terms relate to the trader´s profit. Throughout the book real-life examples will be used to explain the practicalities of options bringing the theory behind options to life. After reading An Introduction to Options Trading the reader will understand how options can be tailored to an investor´s needs. The book will give the reader an understanding of the incredible potential of making money through options and will equip him with the necessary tools to deal with options in practice. Written by an experienced options trader, An Introduction to Options Trading is the only up-to-date book to deal with the practical side of options trading for sales people and traders. Explaining the theory and practice of options from scratch, this book focuses on the practical side of options trading, and deals with hedging of options and how options traders earn money by doing so. Common terms in option theory are explained and readers are shown how they relate to profit. Buch (fremdspr.) Bücher>Sachbücher>Business & Karriere>Wirtschaft, John Wiley & Sons Inc
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Written by an experienced options trader, An Introduction to Options Trading is the only up-to-date book to deal with the practical side of options trading for sales people and traders. Explaining the theory and practice of options from scratch, this book focuses on the practical side of options trading, and deals with hedging of options and how options traders earn money by doing so. Common terms in option theory are explained and readers are shown how they relate to profit. "An Introduction to Options Trading is a pleasurable book to read. The simplicity of the language and exposition make it accessible to a wide spectrum of interested readers, especially to option traders. Although no rigorous mathematics is discussed in this book, the formulas used are well motivated and explained." Karma Dajani, Utrecht University, The Netherlands An Introduction to Options Trading is one of the first books to explain where the profit of option traders really comes from. Although people usually assume that this profit relates to bid-offer spreads, this book actually shows that there is a much more sophisticated way of making money when trading options. This book shows why investors use option structures to satisfy their needs, and what practical implications these option structures have on the trader. Explaining the theory and practice of options trading from scratch, the reader will quickly become familiar with delta hedging, gamma, vega and theta and how these terms relate to the trader's profit. Throughout the book real-life examples will be used to explain the practicalities of options bringing the theory behind options to life. After reading An Introduction to Options Trading the reader will understand how options can be tailored to an investor's needs. The book will give the reader an understanding of the incredible potential of making money through options and will equip him with the necessary tools to deal with options in practice. Bücher / Sachbücher / Business & Karriere / Wirtschaft 978-0-470-02970-1, Wiley John + Sons
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Frans de Weert is mathematician by training who is currently working as an equity derivatives trader at Barclays Capital, New York. After obtaining his masters in Mathematics, specializing in probability theory and financial mathematics at the University of Utrecht, he went on to do a research degree, M.Phil, in probability theory at the University of Manchester. After his academic career he started working as trader for Barclays Capital in London. In this role he gained experience in trading many different derivative products on European and American equities. After two and half years in London, he moved to New York to start trading derivatives on both Latin American as well as US underlyings. Frans de Weert lives in New York city. Business Business eBook, Wiley
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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780470029701
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0470029706
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Publishing year: 2006
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
157 Pages
Weight: 0,263 kg
Language: eng/Englisch
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