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Options Trading Crash Course

159 pagine
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Feb 27, 2021


The work opportunities are changing. Create your passive income online, and you will receive incredible earnings!


How can you get started in online trading? Will you have any risk in this business? If so, how to manage the risk?

You will gain the knowledge you need to start trading and the most successful strategies and techniques to make money and generate passive income for your future!


In this ebook, you will find:

  • How to get started in the trade market
  • Develop a winning mindset
  • An exhaustive description of the best options trading to invest your money
  • Real and proven strategies of trading and market psychology
  • Financial tools
  • Technical analysis to know when, how, and when to invest
  • How to manage the risk
  • Mistake to avoid
  • And much more!

Many traders lose their money because they have no experience. So, start learning about trading and every option in this market. Indeed you will become a competent and professional trader. This ebook explains the best market techniques that will lead you to success.


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Feb 27, 2021

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Options Trading Crash Course - Matthew Earn



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"OPTIONS TRADING CRASH COURSE: A Beginner's Guide to Creating Your Passive Income.  Develop Strategies and Techniques to Make Money from Home"

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If you find an investor and ask about their portfolio, you will find that they have a wide variety of assets to work with. You don't always invest all your money in one company. Instead, they have many different types of investments to work with, such as bonds, stocks, mutual funds, and more. Also, there are times when a portfolio has options, but it's not likely to be like some of the others. It's like a key where the moment you use the key to open the front door of a house, it becomes yours. You may not technically own the home because you have the access, but you can use that key whenever you want, and you can buy the house later if you wish. The options are set to cost you a fixed price for that long. This length changes depending on the option you are working with. Sometimes you have an option that only lasts a day, and then there are a few that you may hold on to for a few years. You will know how long the option will last before making the purchase.

Options are nothing new. It is a well-known term in trading, and while it may be overwhelming for some people to think about, the possibilities are not challenging to understand. Investors' portfolios are generally composed of different asset classes: bonds, mutual funds, stocks, or ETFs. One such asset class is options, and when used correctly, they provide some benefits that other trading stocks and ETFs can not provide. Like many different asset classes, options can be purchased through brokerage investment accounts.

Options can be thought of as an investment that gives you more options. But that doesn't mean there aren't any risks. Almost every investment carries a multitude of threats. The same goes for options. An investor should be aware of these risks before proceeding with trading.

Options belong to the group of securities known as derivatives. The term derivative is often associated with enormous risks and volatile performance. Warren Buffett once called products weapons of mass destruction, which is a bit much.

Options are a type of derivative. Investors often talk about different results. Options generate their value from an underlying stock or security. Options belong to a class of securities known as derivatives. People have long associated products with high-risk assets. This notion is not valid. Derivatives get their value from an underlying security. Think of wine, for example. Wine is made from grapes. We also have ketchup, which is made from tomatoes. This is basically how derivatives work.

You can avail of a real head start in the market by knowing how options work and being able to use them properly as you can wager the cards in your favor if you can use the options correctly. The great thing about the options is that you can use them according to your style. If you are a speculative person, you make money by speculating. If not, make money without suspecting. You should know how options work even if you choose never to use them as other companies you invest in may use the options.

Options are an attractive investment vehicle. You have a risk/reward framework that is second to none. They can be used in a variety of combinations that make them very versatile. The risk factor can be diluted by using these options with other financial instruments or other option contracts while opening up more profit opportunities. On the other hand, while many investments have unlimited risk, options trading carries certain risks that are known to buyers.

Now several options work when working with prospects. Some of those you will encounter regularly are:


A bond is a debt investment that allows the investor to borrow money from the government or company. Then this money is used by the second party for a variety of projects. But at some point, usually determined by when the funds will be delivered, the money will be returned along with some interest. Most of the time, you work with a government bond, and these bonds are also available on the stock exchange.


Commodities are another choice you can make when working with options. These are all commodities used in trade and may include some alternatives such as beef, oil, and wheat. When you trade them, there is a minimum of quality they have to satisfy. These are popular because the goods are seen as tangible, which means they represent something real.


Currency will speak of any kind of government accepted money, including coins and paper money. Of course, cryptocurrency and bitcoin are also arriving on the market. The exchange rate of these currencies, especially digital currencies, will change significantly in a short time. Hence, it is essential to be careful with these.


They will be similar to what you are getting in commodities but have some different guidelines for delivering, quantity and quality, and more.


An index will be a group of fictional stocks and symbolize market performance's statistical measurement.


You can own a percentage of the shares, but instead of managing this company, let another management do it as you make profits every quarter if the company is doing well.

The options may seem complicated, but they are easy to understand if you look carefully. You will come across numerous trader profiles with different types of stocks, including bonds, stocks, mutual funds, ETFs, and even options. Options are another asset class. When used correctly, they provide numerous benefits that all other resources cannot offer on their own. For example, you can use options to protect yourself from adverse outcomes such as falling stock markets or falling oil prices. You can use options for recurring income and speculative purposes, such as B, to bet on a stock's movement.

When should you use options?

As an investor, you have a few options to take advantage of. However, there is a really beneficial number. Here's a quick look at them. Options will buy you time when you need to sit back and watch how things unfold.

You need very few resources to invest in options than buying stocks. Options offer you lose protection because they lock the price but are not obliged to buy.

Always remember that the options don't offer free rides or free lunch. Trading options has some risks due to its forecast. Any prediction will turn out one way or another. The good news here is that any losses you incur will only be equal to the cost of creating the option. These costs are significantly less than buying the underlying security.

Distinguishing options from stocks

Although there is no expiration date for the stocks, the options contract does. This expiration period can be a week, months, or even years and depends on the type of options you practice and other related regulations. Stocks are not part of derivatives while options are, meaning that their value comes from something else. While stocks are a well-defined numerical quantity, options are not.

You can also benefit from a decline in the price of the underlying stock, depending on the type of strategy you are pursuing. Shareholders in the company are entitled to a dividend, a vote, or both. Option holders have no such rights.

Several parties are involved in an exchange. It is not possible to trade with everyone directly, nor is it practical. For this reason, pockets have been formed for the sake of convenience. This is a channel that all stocks are traded on.

You cannot work with the bag directly, as it would cause a lot of confusion. It would mean too many people doing business at the same time. This is where brokers come into play. Brokers work as brokers, as a communication channel between you and the exchange. They charge a commission for their service. In the early stages of the exchange industry, most transactions were carried out by brokers on behalf of their clients. Brokers still conduct transactions on behalf of their clients today. However, customers can now easily manage their accounts. You need to open a trading account with a broker, and the broker will give you access to this trading account.

At present, many software programs have been successfully developed that can be used to trade directly on the stock exchange. The brokerage firm of your choice will provide the program recommendation and login information. Like a bond or a stock, an option is a negotiable security. You can buy or sell options to a foreign broker or trade on a US stock exchange. One option could allow you to use your money. However, it can be at high risk as it will eventually expire (expiration date). For stock options, each option contract equals 100 shares.

An example of an option is when you want to buy a car/house but, for some reason, don't have cash for it right away, but get the money next month. It is now possible to buy the asset at the agreed price and sell it at a profit. The value of the investment can also decrease if the house develops plumbing or other problems or if a vehicle is involved in an accident. If you choose not to buy the asset and let your option to buy, you will lose your original investment, the $ 2,500 you entered on the opportunity. This is the general concept of how options trading takes place. In reality, however, options trading is much more complex and carries a higher level of risk.

Futures are agreements entered into to buy or sell a particular security at a later date and specified prices. Futures are generally traded on an exchange similar to stocks and options. An individual agrees to purchase a certain amount of a security or asset, and the seller agrees to deliver them later. Those who trade futures include investors, corporations, and speculators.

Like options, futures represent derivatives of an underlying stock. This means that the price of a futures contract changes with changes in the underlying instrument. The daily futures trading process is different from stock trading because when trading futures, you don't own the stocks associated with the lying tool.

There are several reasons why people trade futures daily. Some of them are:

Lowly Prices

Day trading stocks have too high capital requirements. However, you don't need a lot of capital to trade futures. You can start selling for as low as $ 5000 or less depending on the trading platform.

Price Modifying with the Underlying Security

The underlying security price changes determine the amount of profit you make on day trading futures. This means that you can use technical analysis strategies to capitalize on the income from futures trading.

No restrictions on short selling - short-term traders often rely on every trade to make good profits. When trading futures, there are no restrictions on long and short trading positions. This means that you can apply market analysis information to all types of futures. This is not the case on the trading day because you need to

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