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An Introduction to Option Greeks

If you've ever been flummoxed by a call option that didn't move, despite a spike in the stock, learn what may have been behind it.


Options pricing is probably one of these most complex relationships for traders, as many people find that just because a stock’s price goes up, a call option doesn’t necessarily increase in value. The converse is true: Just because a stock’s price goes down, a put option might not gain value.

We frequently get asked, “What are options Greeks?”

Options Greeks are factors that affect options pricing that traders must at least be aware of. In this video, Wade Hansen reviews the five major Greeks you need to know.

InvestorPlace advisors John Jagerson and S. Wade Hansen are co-founders of, as well as the co-editors of SlingShot Trader, a trading service designed to help you make options profits by trading the news.  Get in on the next trade and get 1 free month today by clicking here.

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