Convenient Weekend Classes on Saturday & Sunday Only
Most of the people who are learning options for the first time face too many jargons and complex language. But, our derivatives sessions are based on real world examples and we start our sessions from the very basic of derivatives till complex options greekswhich includes Delta hedging, theta and different options strategies. In this curriculum, we will be covering: Introduction – Learn about options, call and put with theoretical and practical examples. Basic – Break-even, time decay, volatility. Advance – options strategies and delta hedging in detail.
Derivatives are instruments to manage financial risks. They are called so because they ‘derive’ value from some other asset called an underlying asset. A derivative is a contract between two or more parties whose value is based on an agreed-upon underlying financial asset (like a security) or set of assets (like an index). Common underlying instruments include bonds, commodities, currencies, interest rates, market indexes and stocks. The value of the underlying assets keeps changing according to market conditions. The basic principle behind entering into derivative contracts is to earn profits by speculating on the value of the underlying asset in future.
- Basics of Derivatives
- Understanding the Index
- Introduction to Futures and Forwards Contracts
- Explanation and Implementation of Futures and Forwards Contracts
- Introduction to Options
- Explanation and Implementation of Options (Call & Put)
- Explanation and Valuation of Options Premium
- Explanation and Implementation of Greeks
- Clearing and Settlement Systems
- Legal and Regulatory Environment
- Taxation and Margin Management
- Explanation and Implementation of Hedging Strategies in Derivatives, Cash Market and in USD on Metastock Software
- Introduction to Greeks