Image Collars, Reversals, and Option Skew in Practice Watch on GoTo Webinar

Let’s put some of that theoretical knowledge about option skew into practice. Let us help you to understand how the conceptual pieces of option skew work on trades that you might already have on your sheets!  On June 28th,  join us for a live webinar led by Mat Cashman, a former market maker and current OIC instructor, as he presents “Collars, Reversals, and Option Skew in Practice”.

During this presentation, you’ll learn about:

  • A review of Option Skew
  • Option Collars and Reversals
  • Implied Volatility and Skew metrics 
  • Option Greeks related to these strategies
  • Risks and Rewards

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Disclosure: Options (with multiple legs)

Options involve risk and are not suitable for all investors. For information on the uses and risks of options, you can obtain a copy of the Options Clearing Corporation risk disclosure document titled Characteristics and Risks of Standardized Options by clicking the link below. Multiple leg strategies, including spreads, will incur multiple transaction costs. “Characteristics and Risks of Standardized Options”