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Learn Call Options And Put Options - Introduction To Options

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Learn Call Options And Put Options - Introduction To Options

Learn Call Options And Put Options - Introduction To Options
Last updated 12/2019
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 913.88 MB | Duration: 3h 18m

If you ever wanted to learn about Options and Options trading, but found it confusing, start with this awesome course

What you'll learn

Learn the basics of Options and Call Options

Understand the basic parameters of how Options work

Understand the differences between trading Stocks and Options

Key objective is to provide a strong foundation for continued learning in the more advanced topics in Options trading

Learn about In-the-Money, At-The-Money and Out-of-The-Money Options

What is Intrinsic value, Extrinsic Value and Time value

Differences between Buyers and Sellers of Options

Risk and Reward profile of Buyers and Sellers

Profit & Loss and Risk Graphs of different Options

Understand how Options are structured in financial markets using Apple (AAPL) Options as an example

All of the above applies to both Call Options (Section 1) and Put Options (Section 2).


Basic knowledge of financial markets

Some knowledge or experience with Stocks


  Section 1 is on Call Options    Most people learning Options for the first time face too much jargon and complex language. This course use real-world examples (buying a house) to explain how a Call Option (Section 1) works in real life. This example should make it absolutely clear what a Call Option is in step-by-step details. The course first defines what Options are, and in particular, what a Call Option is. It explains the differences between Option buyers and sellers, and the differences in their risk and reward profile. Several basic Options concepts like At-the-money, Out-of-the-money, and In-the-Money Options, and Risk Graphs are also introduced in this course. The profit and loss graphs for all three types of Options are explained in clear terms using AAPL Options.    Section 2 is on Put Options.     The Put Option is the ultimate "protector" of your portfolio, and in this course you can learn how Put Options work. It is the exact opposite of a Call Option. Put Options increase in value when the value of a stock or index drops in price. We define what a Put Option, and just like we did in the Call Option, we consider a real-world example of a Put Option. Fortunately, we have excellent examples of Put Options in real life - when we buy Insurance for our car or home, we are actually buying a Put Option. This example should make it absolutely clear what a Put Option is. The course looks at buyer and seller perspectives in a Put Option transaction, and analyzes the breakeven, and profit and loss profiles, all using the real world example first. Finally, just like the Call Option section, AAPL Options are studied in detail to understand how Put Options work.    The last lecture is a recap of the four basic Options strategies (Buying a Call, Selling a Call, Buying a Put, and Selling a Put). This part is usually challenging to newcomers, so this is explained in detail with tricks and tips on how to remember this instantly until you've become very familiar with all the four Options strategies.    Section 3 - Using Stock and Options combo strategies for stock investors.          In this section, three creative strategies are outlined for Stock investors to combine Options into their portfolio strategies.  Use Options to buy Stock at prices that are far lower than what the stock is currently trading forUse Options to sell Stock at prices that are far higher than what it is currently trading forUse Options to hedge a Stock position that you already ownWhat you will master (Section 1 on Call Options)The history of Options in the financial marketsThe factors that affect Options pricingThe formal definition of Options and Call Options in particularThe Rights and Obligations of Option buyers and Option sellersThe fundamental differences between Stocks and OptionsAn excellent real estate example of a Call OptionWhat are At-the-money (ATM), Out-of-the-money (OTM) and In-the-money (ITM) OptionsWhat is Intrinsic Value, Extrinsic Value and Time value in OptionsThe risk profile of buyers and sellers of OptionsThe advantages for the seller of an OptionHow real Options are represented in the financial marketsTranslate Options used in the real estate example to real AAPL Call Options on the trading platformExplains the Option chain, the different Expiry series and the selection of the appropriate Call Option for a bullish strategyHow Option chains are laid out on a real platformDetailed analysis of an Option seller's positionDemonstrate how the three types of Options work on AAPL OptionsProfit and Loss graphs for buyers and sellers of AAPL Options            What you will master (Section 2 on Put Options)Definition of a Put Option and its rights and obligationsLearn Put Options using a simple real-world example (Insurance)What is a Put Option and how is it the opposite of a Call OptionWhy is a Put Option the "ultimate protector" of your portfolioA real world example of a Put Option we are all familiar withHow Put Options make money in bear marketsBuyer and seller perspectives of Put OptionsBreakeven analysis and Profit and Loss graphs for buyers and sellersUnderstand the layout of Put Options on the Thinkorswim platformCompare real world Options to Options in the financial marketStudy AAPL Put Options in detailProfit & Loss graphs and risk profiles on the platformThe Seller's perspectives in a Put Option  In Section 3, you will master the art of combining Options strategies with Stocks. If you're already a Stock investor, you will learn to create consistent monthly income, as well as learn the ability of Options to protect your Stocks.          TOTAL COURSE LENGTH - OVER 3.5 HOURS     BONUS VIDEOS - 40 MINUTES    TOTAL - OVER 4 HOURS       


Section 1: Introduction to Call Options

Lecture 1 History of Options, and the Mathematics of Options

Lecture 2 Definitions of Options and a Call Option, Factors affecting Option Pricing

Lecture 3 At the Money Options using a Real estate example

Lecture 4 What are In-The-Money (ITM), At-The-Money (ATM) and Out-of-The-Money (OTM) Options

Lecture 5 Buyer and Seller risk profiles, Risk Graphs, Seller advantages, Expiry and Settlement

Lecture 6 Option screens, Option Chains, Expiry series and Call Option Layout

Lecture 7 Choice of expiry series and ITM, ATM, OTM Options when choosing a Call Options

Lecture 8 Call Option performance in real-time and on the day of expiry

Lecture 9 Risk Graphs of ITM, ATM and OTM Options

Lecture 10 Option Sellers Risk profile

Section 2: Introduction to Put Options and A real world example of a Put Option

Lecture 11 Put Options - A real world example of Put Options - Buying Insurance

Lecture 12 Put Options quotes and screens on Trading platform, Risk Graphs, Buyers Sellers

Lecture 13 Risk Graphs for Put Options buyers

Lecture 14 Risk Graphs for Put Option sellers

Lecture 15 Using Put Options Spreads to limit risk

Lecture 16 The four strategies BOX - Call and Put Options

Section 3: Using Stock and Options combo strategies for Stock investors

Lecture 17 Using Options to buy Stock at much lower prices than what its trading for

Lecture 18 Using Options to sell Stock at much higher prices than what its trading for

Lecture 19 Using Options to hedge Stock that you already own



Anyone interested in learning Options trading,Anyone interested in using Options as a source of second income,anyone that intends to make Options trading as a source of long-term income