Options Greeks Guide Part 7: What Is Rho
December 19, 2018
Last Update: August 2021
Video: What Is Rho
In this video, you will learn what the Option Greek Rho is and how it can be used in your trading routine in order to perform better in the market.
- What is RHO?
- How Rho relates to the Option Premium
- How Rho relates to Interests Rates
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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.
Options Greeks Guide Part 1: What Are Options Greeks
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.
Options Greeks Guide Part 2: What Is The Black-Scholes Model
What is the Black-Scholes Model and how to use it in your trading? This is what this video will cover.
Options Greeks Guide Part 3: What Is Delta
Delta is the most famous options Greek. Come learn what Delta is and how it can help you become a better trader.
Options Greeks Guide Part 4: What Is Theta
To professional traders, Theta means CASH FLOW and PASSIVE INCOME. Come learn more about this powerful option Greek and how it can benefit your trading skills.
Options Greeks Guide Part 5: What Is Vega
How does Vega work? What is the correlation between Vega and volatility? How does it affect options premium? That is what you will learn in this video.
Options Greeks Guide Part 6: What Is Gamma
What is the correlation between Gamma and Delta and how does that impact your trading business? Learn more about this underrated option Greek in this video.
Options Greeks Guide Part 7: What Is Rho
What is Rho? How does Rho affect options premium? This is what you will learn in the latest episode of this Options Greeks video series.
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