Lightspeed customers can learn about option trading.
The four times a year a public company releases their quarterly earnings often coincide with the four most volatile trading days of the year for the company’s stock. Option traders are always attracted to potential volatility and option pricing going into an earnings announcement will reflect the anticipated price action that results from the market digesting new financial information.
In this webinar, Russell Rhodes, Head Research and Consulting at EQDerivatives, covered:
- How option pricing adjusts before and after earnings announcements.
- How traders try to use this price action.
- And much more!
Russell career spans over 25 years and includes positions with several buy-side firms. Russell has authored several books on the financial markets and has been widely quoted in the financial press. Russell is a clinical instructor at Loyola University in Chicago.
He is a double graduate of the University of Memphis with a BBA (’92) and an MS (’94) in Finance and also received a Masters Certificate in Financial Engineering from the Illinois Institute of Technology in 2003. Russell is currently pursuing a PhD from Oklahoma State University and is expected to complete his degree requirements in 2020.
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