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Understanding the risks and uses of listed options

Understanding the risks and uses of listed options

[prepared by the American Stock Exchange, Inc. et al].

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Published by AMEX in New York .
Written in English


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ContributionsAmerican Stock Exchange.
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Open LibraryOL14377179M

Information technology (IT) is the use of computers to store, retrieve, transmit, and manipulate data. IT risk (or cyber risk) arises from the potential that a threat may exploit a vulnerability to breach security and cause harm. IT risk management applies risk management methods to IT to manage IT risks. Computer security is the protection of IT systems by managing IT risks. Risk assessment is done to calculate or understand the probability of a risk and the impact or effect it will have on a project. It may be relevant to any one phase in the project life cycle and is an on-going process till the end of the project. Different types of risk assessment reports are created when a risk is identified and assessed.

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In this book, Natenberg applies his incredible expertise in order to help new and advanced investors understand a variety of options trading principles, such as: Option theory foundations Risk. A listed option, or exchange-traded option, is a type of derivative security traded on a registered exchange.

Listed options give the holder the right, but not the obligation, to buy or sell a. WINNING STOCK & OPTION STRATEGIES DISCLAIMER Although the author of this book is a professional trader, he is not a registered financial adviser or financial planner.

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