Research and Markets: Volatility Trading + CD-ROM Is A Quantitative Modeling Book For Options Traders.

DUBLIN, Ireland —. Research and Markets


has announced the addition of John Wiley and Sons Ltd’s new report

“Volatility Trading, + CD-ROM”. To their offering.

The key to this volatility book for traders is its unique

positioning. It's a quantitative modelling book for options traders. No

other book on the market presents these topics for traders as simply as

Sinclairs. Chapters include content on: truly understanding the Black

Scholes equation in order to profitably trade. Volatility measurement

and forecasting to compare the volatility of the market vs. traders

forecasts. Hedging risk so that its seen as realized volatility. An

understanding of implied volatility dynamics to help traders hone their

timing and execution. Trade sizing information to show traders how

different choices can dramatically affect their returns. Measuring

results through a number of trade evaluation techniques other than just

profit/loss. The psychological issues facing traders, from novice to

experienced pro. Finally, the CD-ROM offers traders valuable

spreadsheets that include calculating volatility cones for different

time periods with easy data downloads from Yahoo!

In Volatility Trading, Sinclair offers you a quantitative model for

measuring volatility in order to gain an edge in your everyday option

trading endeavors. With an accessible, straightforward approach. He

guides traders through the basics of option pricing, volatility

measurement, hedging, money management. trade evaluation. In

addition, Sinclair explains the often-overlooked psychological aspects

of trading, revealing both how behavioural psychology can create market

conditions traders can take advantage of-and how it can lead them

astray. Psychological biases, he asserts, are probably the drivers

behind most sources of edge available to a volatility trader.

Key Topics Covered:

* Introduction. The Trading Process.

* Chapter 1. Option Pricing.

* Chapter 2. Volatility Measurement and Forecasting.

* Chapter 3. Implied Volatility Dynamics.

* Chapter 4. Hedging.

* Chapter 5. Hedged Option Positions.

* Chapter 6. Money Management.

* Chapter 7. Trade Evaluation.

* Chapter 8. Psychology.

* Chapter 9. Life Cycle of a Trade.

* Chapter 10. Conclusion.

* Appendix A. Model-Free Implied Variance and Volatility.

* Resources.

* Essential Books.

* Thought-Provoking Books.

* Useful Web Sites.

* References.

* About the CD-ROM.

* Index.

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