AN INTRODUCTION TO OPTIONS TRADING FRANS DE WEERT PDF

The simplicity of the language and exposition make it accessible to a wide spectrum of interested readers, especially to option traders. Although no rigorous mathematics is discussed in this book, the formulas used are well motivated and explained. Although people usually assume that this profit relates to bid-offer spreads, this book actually shows that there is a much more sophisticated way of making money when trading options. This book shows why investors use option structures to satisfy their needs, and what practical implications these option structures have on the trader. Throughout the book real-life examples will be used to explain the practicalities of options bringing the theory behind options to life.

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By giving readers thenecessary tools to understand exotic options, this book serves as amanual to equip the reader with the skills to price and risk managethe most common and the most complex exotic options. De Weert begins by explaining the risks associated with tradingan exotic option before dissecting these risks through a detailedanalysis of the actual economics and Greeks rather than solelystating the mathematical formulae. The book limits the use ofmathematics to explain exotic options from an economic and riskperspective by means of real life examples leading to a practicalinterpretation of the mathematical pricing formulae.

The book covers conventional options, digital options, barrieroptions, cliquets, quanto options, outperformance options andvariance swaps, and explains difficult concepts in simple terms,with a practical approach that gives the reader a fullunderstanding of every aspect of each exotic option. The book alsodiscusses structured notes with exotic options embedded in them,such as reverse convertibles, callable and puttable reverseconvertibles and autocallables and shows the rationale behind thesestructures and their associated risks.

For each exotic option, the author makes clear why there is aninvestor demand; explains where the risks lie and how this affectsthe actual pricing; shows how best to hedge any vega or gammaexposure embedded in the exotic option and discusses the skewexposure. By explaining the practical implications for every exotic optionand how it affects the price, in addition to the necessarymathematical derivations and tools for pricing exotic options,Exotic Options Trading removes the mystique surroundingexotic options in order to give the reader a full understanding ofevery aspect of each exotic option, creating a useable tool fordealing with exotic options in practice.

It is a rigoroustreatment of a number of exotic structures and includes numerousexamples to clearly illustrate the principles. What makes this bookunique is that it manages to strike a fantastic balance between thetheory and actual trading practice.

Although it may be something ofan overused phrase to describe this book as compulsory reading, Ican assure any reader they will not be disappointed. Thereal edge of this book is that it explains exotic options from arisk and economical perspective and provides a clear link to theactual profit and pricing formulae. In short, a must read foranyone who wants to get deep insights into exotic options and starttrading them profitably.

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By giving readers thenecessary tools to understand exotic options, this book serves as amanual to equip the reader with the skills to price and risk managethe most common and the most complex exotic options. De Weert begins by explaining the risks associated with tradingan exotic option before dissecting these risks through a detailedanalysis of the actual economics and Greeks rather than solelystating the mathematical formulae. The book limits the use ofmathematics to explain exotic options from an economic and riskperspective by means of real life examples leading to a practicalinterpretation of the mathematical pricing formulae. The book covers conventional options, digital options, barrieroptions, cliquets, quanto options, outperformance options andvariance swaps, and explains difficult concepts in simple terms,with a practical approach that gives the reader a fullunderstanding of every aspect of each exotic option. The book alsodiscusses structured notes with exotic options embedded in them,such as reverse convertibles, callable and puttable reverseconvertibles and autocallables and shows the rationale behind thesestructures and their associated risks. For each exotic option, the author makes clear why there is aninvestor demand; explains where the risks lie and how this affectsthe actual pricing; shows how best to hedge any vega or gammaexposure embedded in the exotic option and discusses the skewexposure. By explaining the practical implications for every exotic optionand how it affects the price, in addition to the necessarymathematical derivations and tools for pricing exotic options,Exotic Options Trading removes the mystique surroundingexotic options in order to give the reader a full understanding ofevery aspect of each exotic option, creating a useable tool fordealing with exotic options in practice.

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By giving readers the necessary tools to understand exotic options, this book serves as a manual to equip the reader with the skills to price and risk manage the most common and the most complex exotic options. De Weert begins by explaining the risks associated with trading an exotic option before dissecting these risks through a detailed analysis of the actual economics and Greeks rather than solely stating the mathematical formulae. The book limits the use of mathematics to explain exotic options from an economic and risk perspective by means of real life examples leading to a practical interpretation of the mathematical pricing formulae. The book covers conventional options, digital options, barrier options, cliquets, quanto options, outperformance options and variance swaps, and explains difficult concepts in simple terms, with a practical approach that gives the reader a full understanding of every aspect of each exotic option. The book also discusses structured notes with exotic options embedded in them, such as reverse convertibles, callable and puttable reverse convertibles and autocallables and shows the rationale behind these structures and their associated risks. For each exotic option, the author makes clear why there is an investor demand; explains where the risks lie and how this affects the actual pricing; shows how best to hedge any vega or gamma exposure embedded in the exotic option and discusses the skew exposure.

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