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Options Pricing Model

When learning to trade options properly, it's important to start from the beginning.

Understanding what an option is, where its value is derived from, and how it will act in response to stimuli such as volatility, time, and underlying price movements are crucial knowledge for the successful options investor. The answers to these questions are found in the Option Pricing Model.

The Option Pricing Model Class reveals the foundations and concepts behind the math of the models. Understanding the pricing model will provide you with a much greater understanding of the option itself and how it's priced today's markets....

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The Greeks

No rational person would invest his or her hard-earned money without understanding the risk factors first.

However, lots of option investors put their money into the market without fully knowing all of the risks. This is dangerous and unacceptable, and even worse, unnecessary.

They don't understand The "Greeks."

The "Greeks" are used to identify and quantify the risks of an individual option or a position before the trade is made. The proper use of the "Greeks" can minimize and control all levels of risk of a position...

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Strategy Spotlight Classes

The Strategy Spotlight classes are designed to teach you a new options strategy each month. You'll learn it from A to Z, and discover the inside secrets of every strategy that 99% of other traders will never know... Including professional traders!

Once a month, our panel of options experts will introduce a new strategy and cover it in-depth for two full hours in our live, interactive web-conferencing platform.

This is cutting edge technology, and enables us to teach you the ins' and outs' of each strategy we cover in a real-time & interactive environment, taught entirely online!...

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Directional Option Strategies

Most investors make money in the stock market by identifying stocks they think will move in a direction... usually up. These investors are called directional traders. They buy stocks they think will go up and sell stocks they think will go down.

Normally, they simply buy or sell short the stock. But there are several better ways of taking advantage of the stock's directional movements by using options.

For directional traders, the use of option strategies can dramatically enhance their profitability, lower their entrance cost, and decrease the risk of their positions...

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Premium Collection Strategies

Want to know how to make money on a stock that doesn't move at all?

Obviously, that's impossible with simply owning the stock. But with the proper use of options, you can actually make money on a stock going nowhere.

How is this done? Through premium collection.

In our unique Premium Collection Strategies Classes, you'll discover the favorite techniques of the options trading professionals used to score gains in a slow-moving, stagnant market...

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