NY 2 – Christopher Quill – How To Calculate Realized Implied Volatility and Why it’s Important

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NY 2 - Christopher Quill - How To Calculate Realized Implied Volatility and Why it's Important

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NY 2 – Christopher Quill – How To Calculate Realized Implied Volatility and Why it’s Important

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Video length: 40 Minutes

What is Trading?

Everybody is familiar with the term “trading”. Most of us have traded in our everyday life, although we may not even know that we have done so. Essentially, everything you buy in a store is trading money for the goods you want.

At tradimo you will learn how to trade the financial markets online – but exactly what is online trading?

After being part of the team at Ruffer Asset Management in London that generated the number one Japanese Equity Fund Returns Globally, Christopher Quill joined the Institute as head of Statistics and Research. Known by his colleagues and Traders at the Institute as “Mr Excel,” Chris’ expertise lies in managing Big Data and building then breaking down complex Statistical Models and Spreadsheets that simplify processes so that anyone can understand and use his resources.

In this Seminar Chris complements the presentation of Raj Malhotra (Pricing Options Like a Market Maker) by going into the detail of how to mechanically calculate Volatility for yourself using the downloadable Spreadsheet and PDF guide that accompanies his Seminar.

When looking to express Trade Ideas or Positions using Options, firstly investors and traders need to know if the Options prices they receive on Brokerage Platforms and therefore the price of Volatility are a fair and accurate reflection of reality. Secondly, understanding how to price Options for themselves and therefore price Volatility helps investors and traders get an edge over the Market Markers (Brokerage Platforms) by realising when mispricing’s of Options occur so they can take advantage of them.

80% of Retail Traders lose money on these platforms because they do not understand How To Calculate Realized & Implied Volatility and Why it’s Important Until NOW!