Exotic Option

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    Exotic options are like regular options, except that they have unique features that ...
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  1. What is a Bermuda swaption?

    The Bermuda swaption refers to a modified American style of option. A swaption is an option on an interest rate swap in which ...
  2. What's the difference between a regular option and an exotic option?

    Before learning about exotic options, you should have a fairly good understanding of regular options. Both types of options ...
  3. How do I use a "basket" option?

    A basket option is an option with an underlying asset "basket" of securities, currencies or commodities. Basket options are ...
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