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Volatility Analysis for Options Investors
Anyone who follows the markets knows that volatility is talked about a lot, whether it's trending higher or lower. But why does volatility matter, and specifically, how does it affect options pricing? On Tuesday, December 1, join Edward J Modla of The Options Industry Council for a free webinar, Volatility Analysis for Options Investors, so that you can better understand what changes in volatility may mean for options. You'll learn about:

· Historical volatility

· Implied volatility

· The concept of historical implied volatility

· Examples, calculations and more

Dec 1, 2020 01:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Edward J Modla
Edward J Modla Director of Business @Development / The Options Industry Council @OIC
In this role, he oversees retail education programs which promote the responsible use of listed equity options. He represents OIC by creating and presenting educational events in both online and in-person formats, serving as a guest speaker on panels, hosting a monthly podcast with industry personnel, and working with the media. Also, he has a lead position in the production of options curricula, Web content, advertising, and the development of strategic business partnerships. Mr. Modla has over 20 years of experience in the financial industry beginning as an options market maker with Hull Trading Company before moving into the futures brokerage business with MF Global and, in 2014, joining the OIC team.
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