Inside the commodity option markets
Examines the fundamentals of the debt securities, stock index, precious metals, and agricultural commodities markets in detail. Explores the intuitive explanation of option pricing, including the differences bsetween pricing options on futures contracts, physical commodities, and securities. Offers a wide variety of trading strategies, risk management techniques, hedging applications, and speculation, T-bond trading, put and call strategies. Includes dozens of graphs and illustrations, and features a foreword by Richard Sandor, the `father of financial futures.'
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History of Options Trading in the United States
Commodity Option Markets Today
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