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What is an Option?
Options can be difficult to understand, especially for new traders. In this video, we’ll simplify and explain what an options contract is, with the help of some examples.
Stock Trading vs Options Trading
You can trade a stock directly, or you can use options to express the trade. Options provides the versatility to tailor your position to your situation. In this video, we’ll break down the advantages and disadvantages between stocks and options trading
Understanding Call and Put Options
Everything you do in options trading revolves around the use of these two contract types – Call and Put. In this video, we’ll explain the main differences between Calls and Puts.
Buying Options vs. Selling Options
Buying vs Selling options have different profit and risk potential. In this video, we’ll share how they work and how you could use it to your advantage.
Introduction to Trading Index Options
Index Options can provide investors with exposure to an index with additional benefits over an ETF on the same index. Learn during this session how cash-settled index options can provide protections for option selling strategies such as credit spreads and iron condors.
Index Options Trading Strategies
Join Tony Zhang, Chief Strategist of OptionsPlay & CNBC Contributor of Options Action as we review the Top 3 Strategies for trading index options and the best practices for each one.
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