The second half of the Course synopsis.
The R.H. Home Study Options Trading Course.
Chapter . 4)
The history and development of Traditional Options , Traded Options and terminology, Contracts, Expiry dates, Premiums and. the Operation of the FTSE100. What is meant by Intrinsic and Time value, In and Out of the Money and Gearing and finally How to instruct your Broker. It also covers how and why you trade ‘Puts’ differently to ‘Call’ Options. Part of the work you must put in is gaining a thorough working knowledge of the subject in which you intend to trade. Become totally familiar with the mechanics of Options before you move on.
Chapter. 7) Learning
how to execute a Trading System.
Three of the stages required to make you a successful trader:-
over a period of time or a series of trades.
This chapter concludes with
Twelve clearly defined trading rules to assist you in executing a trade
Chapter. 8) Spot
We have included an introduction to Foreign Exchange which may be traded either in the Spot Market or by using Options. We also provide programs for the Four main currencies against the US Dollar and this chapter gives you a wider view of how options are used in different markets.
Computer Driven Trading Systems.
“You cannot have discipline without a proven system and you cannot
trade a proven system without discipline.”
This chapter looks at the way in which computerised trading systems help you become more disciplined and therefore more profitable; but the computer will not on its own make you a better trader-only money management and adherence to a disciplined strategy will do that. The ‘One to One’ short term program which is part of the ‘Omega’ based Suite for ‘Buying’ options is used as the basis for analysing the accuracy of such systems; which in turn builds your confidence in that system.
clients purchase this suite of programs we supply additional information to
illustrate how to use other secondary indicators to fine tune trades and to
trade a number of times on the same signal. You will notice that as the market
rises it rests for a while or falls back before moving up again, during this
time it is likely that the same SOS signal is in place but if you stay in the
market you are likely to loose some of your profit during these corrections due
to ‘Time Decay’ and so it is better to close out and then get back in again
as the cycle turns back up.