At some point while trading options, you will hear the phrase “options Greeks.” Options Greeks represent the language of options risk exposure. They may, at first glance, resemble having to learn a new language but it’s a new language that only includes five words! Join Robert Kwon and Konstantin Vrandopulo, both from Fidelity’s Trading Strategy Desk, in this recorded webinar as they explain the Greeks and why they may be an essential part of planning any option trade.
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Greeks are mathematical calculations used to determine the effect of various factors on options.
There are additional costs associated with option strategies that call for multiple purchases and sales of options, such as spreads, straddles, and collars, as compared with a single option trade.
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