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    Short selling and put options are used to speculate on a potential decline in a security ...
  2. Tudor Invests in Put Options Amid Investor Woes

    Tudor continues to bet against the market as clients remove investment funds and ...
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    Learn about stock options and the "volatility surface," and discover why it is an ...
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  1. Difference Between Short Selling And Put Options

    Short selling and put options are used to speculate on a potential decline in a security ...
  2. How To Short Amazon Stock

    With the stock reaching all-time highs and the company gambling on several new business ...
  3. Options Strategies That Profit From Rite Aid's ...

    Learn why options strategies such as the long straddle and the long strangle enable ...
  4. Tax Treatment For Call & Put Options

    A brief intro to the complex US tax rules governing call and put options with examples ...
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    We define a protective collar, using Apple (AAPL) as an example. A protective collar ...
  6. Selling Premium As Small Caps Play Catch Up

    In our recent article we pointed out a divergence between the small cap Russell 2 ...
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    Being a stock trader can be both profitable and gratifying. To maximize the financial ...
  1. What's the difference between a long and short position in the market?

    Understand long and short positions for stocks and option contracts; combine long and short positions for added leverage ...
  2. How do I determine the breakeven point for a short put?

    Learn how to determine the breakeven point for a short put. Shorting puts is appropriate for sophisticated traders who understand ...
  3. How can an investor profit from a fall in the utilities sector?

    Learn how an investor can profit from a fall in the utilities sector by employing speculation methods such as short selling ...
  4. How can I profit from a decline in the telecommunications sector?

    Learn the ways savvy investors use short-selling techniques and put options to profit from declines in the telecommunications ...
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