After a quick review of the basic derivatives (futures, swaps and forwards) we will explain options.
How does an option work and how is it valued? What is a call? What is a put?
Options can be daunting because of the math and the vocabulary. This module will present options as simply as possible, avoiding complex math and explaining the jargon in layman’s terms.
We will look at how options can be a trading tool and a hedging mechanism.
This module will focus on client based options for producers and consumers.
Finally we will discuss exotic options; what are they and why are they “exotic”?
- Calls and puts
- European, American and Asian options
- Black-Scholes option pricing model
- Volatility: historical, actual and implied
- Caps and floors
- Collars, spreads, three-ways, and leveraged options
- Exotic options
Please check your time zone:
@ 9 am in London
@ 13 pm in Dubai
@ 5 pm in Singapore
Course Duration: 2 Hours
2 CPD credits Industry Certificate