|A person whose principal concern in the purchase of a security is the minimizing of long-term risk, compared to the speculator who is prepared to accept calculated risk in the hope of making better-than-average profits, or the gambler who is prepared to take even greater risks.
More generally, it refers to people who invest money in investment products.
An investor or trader who is willing to take large risks for a chance to make ...
Covered Call Spread
The covered call employs a strategy similar to the one used for a short put, counting ...
Rho is the measure of the sensitivity of the option to changes in interest rates.When interest ...
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