Day trading options Profiting from price distortions in very brief time frames PDF shows exactly how you can use these strategies to generate outstanding profits with minimal risk. You’ll learn new approaches to evaluating option prices by comparing overnight, intraday, and traditional measures of volatility.
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Author: Jeff Augen
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Introduction- Day trading options Profiting from price distortions in very brief time frames PDF
Today’s equity markets have become a gambling casino where stock prices are often unrelated to the underlying performance of the companies they represent. The result has been the greatest destruction of wealth in history, and long-term investors have been the victims. At the same time, the environment for short-term technical trading has come to be dominated by computerized algorithmic trading systems. Technical traders must now compete with supercomputers that process millions of data items each second and make investment decisions at the individual “tick” level. These systems have completely invalidated many approaches to technical analysis and charting that worked well just a couple of years ago. But many options traders continue to profit in this environment. They enter and exit the market at very specific times with trades that are structured to capitalize on well-characterized pricing anomalies and distortions. Many of these approaches generate more profit in a single month than most investors achieve in an entire year.
In Day Trading Options, top options trader Jeff Augen shows exactly how you can use these strategies to generate outstanding profits with minimal risk. You’ll learn new approaches to evaluating option prices by comparing overnight, intraday, and traditional measures of volatility. At the same time, Augen introduces a new charting technique that can be used to spot the beginning and end of a short term trend–often as brief as a few minutes. You’ll discover how this approach can be used to trade planned events and financial news. These new strategies and approaches will help you adapt to the new investing world and allow you to trade profitably regardless of the market’s direction.
Abandon outdated trading strategies and conventional “wisdom”
Minimize your exposure to market risk and increase your profits by in very brief timeframes and structuring positions that are direction neutral.
Understand why your once—reliable technical analysis and charting techniques are failing
Explore new statistical evidence to discern how new advances in institutional program trading Affect the private investor.
Discover new models for analyzing volatility in different time frames
Learn to evaluate option prices by comparing overnight, intraday, and traditional measures of volatility.
Learn to identify and exploit short-lived volatility changes
Use a newly defined charting technique to correctly time trades by identifying the beginning and end of short-term trends
Table of Contents- Day trading options Profiting from price distortions in very brief time frames PDF
Chapter 1: Basic Concepts
The Case for Short-Term trading
Recent Changes in the Options Market Support
Unstable Markets Provide Unique Advantages to Options traders
Technical Analysis, Technical Indicators, and Price distortion
Chapter 2: New Directions in Automated Trading
High-Performance Computing and Market
A Simple Illustration
Testing the Market’s Efficiency
Fooled by Randomness
Chapter 3: Trading Volatility Distortions
Introduction—The Implied Volatility Surface
Calculating Fair Volatility
Parsing Price Changes by Weekday
Trading Volatility Distortions
Alrernate Trade Structures—Backspreads
Volatility and Price Spike Distribution
Chapter 4: Working with Intraday Price Spike Charts
Introduction—A New Charting Tool
Price Spikes at the Single-Minute Level
Examples of Ultra-Short-Term Volatility Swings
Chapter 5: Special Events
Unavoidable Volatility Distortions
About the author
Jeff Augen, currently a private investor and writer, has spent more than a decade building a unique intellectual property portfolio of algorithms and software for technical analysis of derivatives prices. His work includes more than one million lines of computer code reflecting powerful new strategies for trading options, futures, and currencies in markets dominated by high frequency trading (HFT). As a result, he now provides real-time access to an unusual blend of market insight, trading strategies, and proprietary trading tools through his own service at PhaseTraderIndicator.com. Members of the service receive access to weekly in-depth Market Reviews and live Webinars as well as the PhaseTrader® Indicator tool suite. For more information about Jeff’s service please visit https://phasetraderindicator.com/visitors-center/ .
Augen has a 30-year history in information technology. As co-founding executive of IBM’s Life Sciences Computing business, he defined a growth strategy that resulted in $1.2 billion of new revenue, and managed a large portfolio of venture capital investments. From 2002 to 2005, Augen was President and CEO of TurboWorx, Inc., a technical computing software company founded by the chairman of the Department of Computer Science at Yale University. He is author of The Volatility Edge in Options Trading (FT Press, 2008), The Option Trader’s Workbook (FT Press, 2008), Trading Options at Expirations (FT Press, 2009), Day Trading Options (FT Press, 2009), and Bioinformatics in the Post-Genomic Era (Addison-Wesley, 2004). Much of his current work on derivatives pricing is built on algorithms for predicting molecular structures that he developed as a graduate student.
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