Learn how to potentially increase profits and reduce risk with this simple yet effective strategy. Please join me, Stan Freifeld, Director of Corporate Services at McMillan Analysis Corp., as I discuss how to trade Delta Neutral positions. It’s a strategy that is used by both professional and non-professional traders to increase profits with reduced risk. I’ll examine the definition and advantages of making a position Delta Neutral. Then I’ll show you how to put on a Delta Neutral position, provide some examples, and answer questions. 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. We'll finish off with a question and answer period.
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