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Mark your calendars for Monday, Feb 28th. On our YouTube Channel at 8:30 PM EST, I’ll be hosting a webinar titled Options Greeks for Beginners. The following week of messages will focus on these risk metrics to prepare you.
Let’s start with answering a simple question – Why do the Greeks matter?
① They help you understand what makes options tick. If someone doesn’t grasp why they made or lost money in an options trade, they’re probably missing something about the greeks.
② They tell you how much money is on the line at any given time. If you’re a risk manager, the options greeks are your best friend. You can quantify the extent of your exposure on individual positions and your overall portfolio.
③ They help you make more informed decisions. I don’t mind making the wrong decision and suffering losses. It’s inevitable and a byproduct of an unknowable future. But uninformed decisions? Those kill me. They’re avoidable and simply require you to look at the correct information. In options trading, the Greeks usually contain the information needed to make informed decisions.
🛑 Upcoming Options 101 Webinar: Options Greeks for Beginners with Coach Tyler Craig | February 28th, 2022 at 8:30 PM EST on YouTube
Want to really understand what makes an options contract tick? Learn the Greeks. They are the metrics that allow you to measure everything. Join Tackle Trading and get ready for an insightful discussion that will help you take your options trading to the next level.
On this webinar you are going to learn:
✅ What are the Options Greeks?
✅ The two dimensions of Delta
✅ Time Decay and Theta
✅ The role of Gamma
✅ Volatility and Vega
You don’t want to miss it!
Video of the Day: Options Greeks Guide Part 1: What Are Options Greeks (BONUS: FREE Guide)
In this video series, you will be learning what are the Options Greeks and how can you utilize them in your trading routine in order to perform better in the market. These are the topics covered in this video:
✅ What are the Options Greeks
✅ The Black-Scholes Model
✅ Option Greek Delta
✅ Option Greek Theta
✅ Option Greek Vega
✅ Option Greek Gamma
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Continue learning about this powerful options trading concept: the Options Greeks. The entire Options Greeks video series can be accessed by clicking on the thumbnails below.
What are the Options Greeks and how can you utilize them in your trading routine in order to perform better in the market? This is what you will be learning in this video series.
What is the Black-Scholes Model and how to use it in your trading? This is what this video will cover.
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