At any given time, an equities options trader can do one of two things: buy or sell. In this article, we will look at how the best way to sell stock options varies according to your situation. Buy or Sell? Options traders may either buy or sell contracts. There are several key differences between each… Read more.
When it comes to trading stock options, traders defer to the Greek language to address risk. Are you familiar with “option Greeks?” In this article, we’ll teach you about the four Greek risk measures of equities options: delta, gamma, theta, and vega. 1. Delta Delta is the rate of change of a stock option’s price… Read more.
Options contracts are unique financial instruments. One thing that makes them different from forex pairs, ETFs, or stocks is that they have a finite expiration date. And, upon reaching expiry, all option contracts become untradeable. Read on to learn more about stock options time decay and how it can impact your equities market risk exposure.… Read more.