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作者 Keene, Andrew
書名 Keene on the Market : Trade to Win Using Unusual Options Activity, Volatility, and Earnings
出版項 Somerset : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2013
©2013
國際標準書號 9781118590737 (electronic bk.)
9781118590720
book jacket
版本 1st ed
說明 1 online resource (251 pages)
text txt rdacontent
computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
系列 Wiley Trading Ser. ; v.629
Wiley Trading Ser
附註 Intro -- Keene on the Market -- Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Chapter 1 Introduction -- I Love to Trade -- From Young Clerk to Respected Market Maker -- Trading Career at the CBOE -- The AAPL King -- From Trading Pit Hotshot to Retail Trader -- The Live Trading Room: From Options 101 to Complex Strategies -- Questions -- Chapter 2 The Life of a Professional Trader -- Perks of Being a Trader -- Not Quite as Glamorous as Everyone Thinks -- The Rollercoaster of Trading -- This Is Not Monopoly Money -- It Takes Money to Make Money -- The Setup -- Trading Expenses and Opportunity Cost -- Sticking to a Plan -- Questions -- Chapter 3 Trading for a Living: Hobby or Career? -- Trading for Amusement -- Enjoying Your Profits -- Moving from Amateur to Professional -- Moving from Simulated Account to Real Trading -- Moving from Simple to Complex Strategies -- Investing in Your Options Education -- Go Slow, Go Pro -- Defining Goals -- Questions -- Chapter 4 Who the Players Are: Market Makers -- DPMs -- The Death of Market Makers -- Retail Traders -- Hedge Funds -- Institutional Traders -- Options Exchanges -- Questions -- Chapter 5 Options Brokers and Platforms: The Right Options Broker for You -- Full-Service Brokers and Options Trading -- Discount Brokerage Firms -- Researching Discount Brokers Firms -- Options Brokerage Firms' Fees -- Use of Margin -- Automatic Liquidation -- Questions -- Chapter 6 Technical Trading: Security Timing Tactics -- Support and Resistance Levels -- What Is a Gap? -- Dow Theory -- Elliott Wave Theory -- Moving Averages -- Fifty-Day Moving Average -- Forty-Week Moving Average -- Magnets and Targets -- The Stochastic -- Other Charts, Technical Indicators, and Money Supply -- Japanese Candlestick Charts -- Disadvantages to Moving Averages -- The Ichimoku Cloud -- Summary -- Questions
Chapter 7 Reading the Market and Implied Volatility: Market Sentiment -- Make Money in Any Direction -- The Concept of Beta -- When to Be on the Sidelines -- Questions -- Chapter 8 Options Basics Primer: What Are Options? -- What Are Derivatives? -- What Are Calls and Puts? -- What Is an Underlying? -- Options: A Deeper Look -- Another Example in the GLD -- Options Premium -- Options Definitions -- In‐the‐Money (ITM) -- At‐the‐Money (AT M) -- Out‐of‐the‐Money (OTM) -- Option Pricing: Complex Models -- Questions -- Chapter 9 The Greeks -- Delta -- Gamma -- Theta -- Rho -- Vega -- Questions -- Chapter 10 Call and Put Trading Strategies -- Long Calls -- Keene's Trading Tip -- Using Calls Bearishly -- Exiting Long Call Positions -- Keene's Trading Tip -- Time Tip -- Long Puts -- Using Puts Bullishly -- Keene's Trading Tip -- Time Tip -- Exiting Long Put Positions -- Selling Options -- Time Decay with Short Options -- Short Calls -- Exiting Short Call Positions -- Time Tip -- Short Puts -- Exiting Short Put Positions -- Time Tip -- Keene's Trading Tip -- Deeper Look at OTM Calls and Puts -- Is Risk versus Reward of the Option Trade Limited or Unlimited? -- Where Is Breakeven on an Option Trade? -- Questions -- Chapter 11 Why Is Everyone Long Stock?: How to Use Options for a Hedge -- The American Dream -- I Have Insurance on Almost Everything -- The Famous Covered Call -- The Zero-Cost Collar -- Summary -- Questions -- Chapter 12 What Are Synthetic Options Positions? -- Synthetic Long Stocks -- Synthetic Long Stock = Long Call + Short Put -- Synthetic Short Stock = Short Call + Long Put -- The Goal of Making Synthetics -- Synthetic Long Call = Long Stock + Long Put - Strike Price -- Synthetic Short Call = Short Stock + Short Put - Strike Price -- Synthetic Long Put = Long Call + Strike Price - Short Stock Price
Synthetic Short Put = Short Call + Strike Price - Long Stock Price -- Questions -- Chapter 13 What Is Volatility and How Does It Affect Options? -- Basics of Volatility and Options Trading -- Historical Volatility -- Implied Volatility -- Volatility Is a Trader's Best Friend -- CBOE'S VIX Index -- CBOE's VIX: More Than a Fear Indicator -- Contango versus Backwardation -- Questions -- Chapter 14 Various Uses of Options and Why I Love to Trade Them -- Leverage -- More Uses of Leverage -- Real‐Time Example of Leverage -- Flexibility -- Risk Control -- Trader's Edge -- Hedge versus Speculation -- Options as a Hedge -- Options for Speculation -- Complex Options Strategies -- "If Only I Had Bought Those Calls!" -- When in Doubt, Hands Out -- What It Takes to Make a Bigger Trade -- Questions -- Chapter 15 More Complex Options Strategies -- Long Straddles and Strangles -- Long Straddle -- Long Strangle -- Short Straddles and Strangles: Beware Blowout Risk! -- Short Straddle -- Short Strangle -- Butterflies and Condors -- Long Call Butterfly -- Long Put Butterfly -- Short Condor -- Long Condor -- Questions -- Chapter 16 Managing Trades on Expiration -- Long Call-Long the FB November 23 Calls -- Short Call-Short the AAPL November 500 Calls -- Long Put-Long the MSFT November 27 Puts -- Short Put-Short the GOOG November 650 Puts -- More Complex Trades -- Long Call Spread-Long the FB November 23-25 Call Spread -- Short Call Spread-Short the AAPL November 500-520 Call Spread -- Long Put Spread-Long the MSFT November 27-25 Put Spread -- Short Put Spread-Short the GOOG November 650-630 Put Spread -- Long Straddle-Long the FB Nov 23 Straddle -- Short Straddle-Short the MSFT November 27 Straddle -- Long Strangle-Long the AAPL November 480-500 Strangle -- Short Strangle-Sell the GOOG November 650-670 Strangle
Short Iron Condor-Selling the FB November 23-21 Put Spread and Selling the FB November 25-27 Call Spread -- Short Condor-Short the MSFT November 27 Straddle and Long the 25 Put-29 Call Strangle -- Long Call Butterfly-Long the FB November 23-25-27 Call Fly -- Long Put Butterfly-Long the MSFT November 27-25-23 Put Fly -- Questions -- Chapter 17 Andrew Keene's Non-Blowout Trading Plan: How Much of Your Portfolio Can You Risk? -- Trading Pepsi Back in the Day -- Now That I'm Upstairs . . . -- Limiting Your Exposure to a Percentage of Your Total Book -- Andrew Keene's Confidence Scale: Ranking Every Trade from 1 to 5 -- Every Trade Is a Percentage of My Book -- Andrew Keene's Non-Blowout Trading Plan -- Questions -- Chapter 18 Andrew Keene's OCRRBTT Trading Plan -- Story of the OCRRBTT Trading Plan -- Reading Options Paper -- What Call and Put Volume Means to a Trader -- How Insiders Read Paper -- Using the OCRRBTT Trading Plan -- O: Options Volume versus Open Interest -- C: Chart-How Does It Look, Bullish or Bearish? -- R: Risk -- R: Reward -- B: Breakeven -- T: Time -- T: Target -- Conclusion -- Questions -- Chapter 19 Trading Earnings (HIMCRIBBIT) -- HIM: Historical, Implied, Measured -- H: Historical Volatility -- I: Implied Volatility -- M: Measured Move Target -- Which Type of Option? -- C: Chart -- RRBTT: Risk versus Reward, Breakeven, Time, and Target -- Calendars and Advanced Topics -- Trading for a Living -- Confidence Scale -- Tricks and Tips -- Questions -- Conclusion -- Answers to End-of-Chapter Questions -- About the Author -- Index
A leading expert unveils his unique methodology for options trading Options provide a high leverage approach to trading that can significantly limit the overall risk of a trade or provide additional income. Yet, many people fail to capitalize on this potentially lucrative opportunity because they mistakenly believe that options are risky. Now options expert Andrew Keene helps aspiring investors to enter this sector by explaining the principles of the options market and showing readers how to utilize calls and puts successfully. Leading options expert Andrew Keene demystifies the basics of options trading Debunks the myth that call purchases are synonymous with being bullish and that put purchases are bearish Lays out in detail two distinct proprietary trading plans readers can follow Explains how to trade using market maker techniques and tricks from the trading floor to help with his probabilities in options trading Andrew Keene is best known for reading unusual options activity and seeing what others don't. Now he shares what he knows in a book that opens the opportunities of options trading to any investor
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
鏈接 Print version: Keene, Andrew Keene on the Market : Trade to Win Using Unusual Options Activity, Volatility, and Earnings Somerset : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated,c2013 9781118590720
主題 Chicago Board Options Exchange.;Options (Finance) -- United States.;Speculation -- United States
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