OIC Option Education Day @ Hyatt Regency Schaumburg

The Options Industry Council is putting on a full day of Options Education. They have setup two Tracks. One for Beginners and another for Advanced. Here is the links to register and to view Track session details.

http://www.optionseducation.org/seminars_events/all_events/investor_education_day.html

Note: Dan Passarelli will be covering Put-Call Parity, Volatility and Skew from 10:45 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Here are more details from Track 2:

Session Descriptions:

Understanding Greeks: The option “greeks” are talked about a lot, but do you know how they can affect an option’s price? This presentation will take what some think is a complex topic and turn it into something easy to understand.

Put-Call Parity, Volatility and Skew: Join Dan Passarelli of Market Taker Mentoring LLC for this advanced presentation on synthetics, volatility and skew. You’ll learn about the importance of volatility, how put-call parity works and what are its limitations. Dan will also discuss how to construct synthetic option positions and explain how volatility skew can be used in trading.

Trading Credit Spreads: This session starts with a quick review of spread trading benefits and risks, followed by a closer look at call and put credit spreads including the iron condor. Find out what can be made or lost and if these credit spread types are right for you.

Creating a Portfolio of Credit Spreads and Covered Writes: Dan Sheridan of Sheridan Options Mentoring will discuss steps to consider when setting up a portfolio using credit spreads and covered writes. This practical how-to session will cover execution, trade plan and risk management.

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  • Tony G.

    Good. Nice food offerings and extras. Good learning material to review for future.

    May 11, 2013

  • Tony G.

    Looking forward to it!

    May 8, 2013

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