Free Webinar: Profiting with Delta Neutral Positions

An important presintation by McMillan Option Mentoring head mentor, Stan Freifeld

Please join me as I repeat the presentation that I recently gave at the NYC Traders” Expo. Trading Delta Neutral positions is a strategy that is used by both professional and non-professional traders to increase profits and to reduce risk. The concept is to reduce or remove the directional component a position so that profits can be made whether the underlying moves up or down. I will provide the definition of Delta Neutral and discuss its advantages and disadvantages. Then I’ll show you how to create a Delta Neutral position and provide an example. You’ll need to have a working knowledge of the Greeks, but don’t worry, I’ll provide a brief explanation of them as well. Arrive early for some warm-up brainteasers and a chance to win a valuable prize.

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Presented by Stan Freifeld

Event Date: 
April 18, 2019 - 8:00pm to 9:00pm
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