The returns that can be made from the stockmarket can be improved by investing in traded options - sometimes known as equity and index options - which is different from trading in shares, and subject to different rules. As the terminology and trading procedures of equity and index options can seem complicated, and there are risks involved, a disciplined approach is essential.Arguably it makes little sense to write a deep in-the-money call except perhaps as part of a more complex strategy, since the risk that the position will be disturbed by a holder exercising is that much greater. The ideal use of a covered callanbsp;...
|Title||:||Traded Options, a Private Investor's Guide|
|Publisher||:||B T Batsford Limited - 1998-01-01|