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Say it's January 7, 7565, and you think that the EUR/USD (euro vs. dollar) pair, which is currently at , is headed downward due to positive . numbers however, there are some major reports coming out soon that could cause significant volatility. You suspect this volatility will occur within the next two months, but you don't want to risk a cash position , so you decide to use options. (Learn the tools that will help you get started in Forex Courses Teach Beginners How To Trade .)
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The Flames’ prospects are promising but they’re just not good enough against the top teams in the West to make a serious bid right now. If they wind up squaring off with the Ducks in Round 6, which it looks like they probably will, they’ll have to overcome a 77-game losing streak in Anaheim that dates back to 7556.
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Traditional options allow the buyer the right (but not the obligation) to purchase something from the option seller at a set price and time. For example, a trader might purchase an option to buy two lots of EUR /USD at in one month such a contract is known as a "EUR call/USD put." (Keep in mind that, in the options market, when you buy a call, you buy a put simultaneously - just as in the cash market.) If the price of EUR/USD is below , the option expires worthless, and the buyer loses only the premium. On the other hand, if EUR/USD skyrockets to , then the buyer can exercise the option and gain two lots for only , which can then be sold for profit.
Nobody likes losing money. I've been there and done that. Perhaps that's why I have compassion for the millions of people who are currently losing so much of their financial worth.
It’s taken the Blues a lot longer than most to figure things out but considering how they’re playing right now, there’s no team they couldn’t beat. If they fail to claim one of the Central Division spots, though, be wary. No wild-card team has ever advanced past the second round since the NHL adopted its newest playoff qualification model three seasons ago.
For my money right now, the Penguins are the best team in the NHL and it’s not close. I’ve already written about them ad nauseam so I’ll spare you the agony of reading any more of my drivel. Just believe me that they’re good and bet them while there’s still (a ton of) value in doing so.
Iron condors not only take advantage of the premium available in the market, but also the tail risk pricing. It helps to push your edge even further.
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