American Option

  1. Circumvent Limitations of Black-Scholes Model

    Mathematical or quantitative model-based trading continues to gain momentum, despite ...
  2. Three Ways to Profit Using Put Options

    A brief overview of how to profit from using put options in your portfolio.
  3. Breaking Down The Binomial Model To Value An ...

    Find out how to carve your way into this valuation model niche.
  4. American Vs. European Options

    These two options have many similar characteristics, but it's the differences that ...
  5. ETF Options Vs. Index Options

    Choosing either ETF options or index options can make the difference between big ...
  6. Put-Call Parity And Arbitrage Opportunity

    Look at trades that are profitable when the value of corresponding puts and calls ...
  1. Three Ways to Profit Using Put Options

    A brief overview of how to profit from using put options in your portfolio.
  1. Can an option be exercised on the expiration date?

    The use of options has increased dramatically over the years as a way to profit from or hedge against the volatile movements ...
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