Strategies for Trading Derivatives: A Practical Guide for Investors

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MATADOR, 2004 - Derivative securities - 212 pages
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This book is a practical guide to trading derivatives. It outlines the trading strategies developed by the author over the last seven years, detailing the research carried out, and the performance of the various systems against real price data. It is not meant to be a comprehensive guide to investing in derivatives, and therefore assumes that the reader will have a basic understanding of Futures, Traded Options, and Contracts for Difference.

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Contents

CHAPTER FOUR
13
CHAPTER SEVEN
104
CHAPTER NINE
126
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About the author (2004)

Gregory is a graduate of the Kennedy School of Government and of the Harvard Business School. For most of his professional life he has been an entrepreneur running his own business or helping others as a management consultant. He has a lifelong interest in history, politics, social change, and science. He is also an amateur astronomer. He has studied spiritual subjects, t'ai chi and meditation for many years. He lives in northern California with his wife.

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