High Performance Options Trading: Option Volatility & Pricing Strategies

Front Cover
Wiley, Apr 16, 2004 - Business & Economics - 218 pages
0 Reviews
The essential resource for the successful option trader
High Performance Options Trading offers a fresh perspective on trading options from a seasoned options trader programmer/engineer, Leonard Yates. Drawing on twenty-five years of experience as an options trader and software programmer, Yates has written this straightforward guide. First he provides readers with a solid foundation to trading options, including an introduction to basic options terminology, a thorough explanation on how options are traded, and specific trading strategies. Accompanied by the OptionVue Software CD, this hands-on guide to the options market is a thorough and essential resource for any trader looking to increase his or her practical knowledge of options.
Leonard Yates, CTA (Chicago, IL), is the Founder/President and Chief Programmer of OptionVue Systems International, Inc., which specializes in developing and marketing options trading software and services.

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Other editions - View all

About the author (2004)

Leonard (Len) Yates is a professional programmer with over twenty-five years of experience in software development. He is the President and founder of OptionVue™ Systems International, Inc., which specializes in options trading software and services. Prior to founding OptionVue™ Systems International, Len was a software engineer at Tandem Computers, and a hardware and software engineer at IBM Corp. An active options trader with a comprehensive knowledge of corporate finance and financial models, Len has made important contributions in the field of options pricing models since the founding of his company–the most notable being the "Yates adjustment" to the popular Black-Scholes model as applied to American-style puts. Len holds a bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering from Purdue University.

Bibliographic information