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Join us at the prestigious Old Government House Hotel to hear Saxo Group’s chief economist Steen Jakobsen outline what trade war really means, and engage with our expert panellists as they discuss their ‘Outrageous Predictions’ for the year ahead. In addition, you’ll find out more about how our products and solutions can benefit you.
Old Government House Hotel and Spa , Anne’s Place St Peter Port GG, GY1 2NU, Guernsey)
Options Trading Seminar
Run in conjunction with The Options Industry Council (OIC), who provide education about the benefits and risks of exchange-listed equity options, this seminar aims to provide a greater understanding of the challenges and successes that individual investors encounter when trading options.
We will cover the following strategies: covered calls, protective puts and collars and the risk/reward profiles associated with each. We will also look at straddles and strangles; spreads in general; bull call spread; and the butterfly spread. The session will also cover the general use of options and a brief overview of the US exchange-traded equity option market. A live demonstration of the advanced features on the Saxo trading platform will be featured and we will address some commonly asked questions.
Saxo Capital Markets , Level 26, 40 Bank Street , E14 5DA , London, UK)
Any opinion or statement expressed during these events may not necessarily represent those of Saxo Capital Markets UK Ltd (SCML) unless specifically stated and confirmed with SCML. SCML has no control over the content or the accuracy of any statement expressed during these events.
SCML provides an execution only service and this communication does not take into account any particular recipient's investment objectives, special investment goals, financial situation, and specific needs and demands and nothing herein is intended as a recommendation for any recipient to invest or divest in a particular manner and SCML assumes no liability for any recipient sustaining a loss from trading in accordance with a perceived recommendation.