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About Epsilon Options
Master The Art Of Options Trading
Epsilon Options is an options trading blog and education service provider, started in July 2012. The service started as a membership service, with trade alerts, but has recently been relaunched as a blog.
Who runs Epsilon Options?
The service is owned and edited by me, Chris Young. I’m British by background but have worked in the US and lately in Australia. My interest in options was first aroused by the ‘Trading Options’ section of the Financial Times (of London) as I did my paper round as a boy.
The exotic talk of calls, puts, straddles, butterflies etc of the option world plus the mathematical properties of these weird and wonderful beasts have intrigued me ever since. A mathematics degree and 18 years finance experience later I decided to bring this knowledge to a wider audience and founded Epsilon Options in 2012.
How do I join?
Well, there’s no need to join to read the various articles on the site. Feel free to browse the articles/posts.
Anyway, I look forward to hearing from you (please do post comments or get in touch with any questions).
“It’s not whether you’re right or wrong that’s important, but how much money you make when you’re right and how much you lose when you’re wrong.” – George Soros
What We Cover
Key Sections Of The Site
Options Spread Strategies Basic Options Spreads An option spread is combination of the purchase or sale of two or more options covering the same underlying stock or security. These options can be …
Options Brokers Reviews: How To Choose The Best Options Broker There are several things an option trader needs to look for in an options broker. However, whilst most traders will need most, if not …
In the world of finance, Greek letters are used to represent how sensitive a financial derivative’s prices are to changes in parameters; the option greeks are the option version of these. Financial …