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November 26, 2018

Currency Option Trading

Currency option trading is the buying and selling of option contracts which are based on foreign exchange currency pairs. These options give the holder the right, but not the necessity, to change money from one currency to another at a specified rate either up to, or on, the date of expiration of the contract. Whether the options may be exercised during the contract or only on the date of expiration depends on the type of contract. These options are also known as forex options, and like the currency pairs they are based upon, currency options are traded on the foreign exchange market or 'forex'.

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Best of Trading,

Ian Harvey
Stock Options Made Easy




Margin and Option Trading

Margin and option trading may have a different relationship in different circumstances, but basically margin refers to the initial capital that must be deposited and the balance that must be maintained in a margin trading account. For a day trading account, this amount is $25 000USD, and this balance must be present in the account prior to the start of a trading day in order that the trader be allowed to conduct day trading. This capital may include not only cash, but also marginable securities such as stocks which are considered collateral.

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Best of Trading,

Ian Harvey
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Week Beginning November 26, 2018

Companies Reporting Earnings for the Week Beginning November 26, 2018

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Best of Trading,

Ian Harvey
Stock Options Made Easy



Option Strangle

An option strangle is the name given to an option trading strategy which involves purchasing both a call option and a put option for the same underlying asset. A call option increases in value if the price of the asset rises, and conversely, the put option gains in worth when the price of the asset drops......

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Ian Harvey
Stock Options Made Easy



PRICE ACTION

This a question frequently asked by aspiring traders. Traders, who ask, feel it is a well kept secret when all they receive for an answer is: “Swing highs, swing lows, test of top/bottom, etc., are all price action.” The answer still leaves them in the dark. Understanding this concept enables a trader to minimize questionable entries and improve exits. However, this action can definitely be the footprint of the money!

In simple terms, it is a trading technique that allows you to read the market and make trading decisions based on the actual price movement on the chart, rather than relying on lagging indicators.....

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Best of Trading,

Ian Harvey
Stock Options Made Easy



Option Delta Measure

An option's price can be influenced by a number of factors. These factors can either help or hurt traders, depending on the type of options positions they have established.

To become a successful option trader, it is essential to understand what factors influence the price of an option, which requires learning about the so-called "Greeks" - a set of risk measures that indicate how exposed an option is to time-value decay, implied volatility and changes in the underlying price of the commodity.

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Best of Trading,

Ian Harvey
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The Option Market

The option market refers to the sum total of all the buying and selling of option contracts which is conducted and may be described either on a global or a regional basis. The option trading market is closely tied to the stock market, as one of the most widely traded types of option is the stock option.

Options are also available based on other financial instruments, such as futures, commodities, currencies and indices.

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Best of Trading,

Ian Harvey
Stock Options Made Easy



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