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Option Strategy

  1. What are some ways to reduce downside risk when holding a long position?

  2. What kinds of financial instruments can I use a straddle for?

  3. How do I determine what the right situation is to make a covered call?

  4. What is the difference between a covered call and a regular call?

  5. What is the maximum I can lose if I make a covered call?

  6. Under what circumstances should I pursue a straddle?

  7. What is the difference between a straddle and a strangle?

  8. What does it mean to say that a straddle is "delta neutral?"

  9. How can I profit with call options?

  10. What options strategies are best suited for investing in the financial services sector?

  11. How risky is a covered call?

  12. What options strategies are best suited for investing in the metals and mining sector?

  13. Are warrants more desirable than options?

  14. Are there any risks involved in trading put options through a traditional broker?

  15. How do you use put options to profit from a bear market?

  16. What role does intrinsic value play in put options?

  17. How are Bollinger Bands® used in options trading?

  18. Who created Bollinger Bands®?

  19. Where can I purchase options?

  20. Is it possible to trade forex options?

  21. A Straddle

  22. Can I make money using put options when prices are going up?

  23. What is hedging as it relates to forex trading?

  24. Why are options very active when they are at the money?

  25. How do speculators profit from options?

  26. When does one sell a put option, and when does one sell a call option?

  27. My brokerage firm won't allow naked option positions. What does this mean?

  28. What's the difference between a straddle and a strangle?

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