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Options and Derivatives Programming in C#
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Learn how C++ is used in the development of solutions for options and derivatives trading in the financial industry. As an important part of the financial industry, options and derivatives trading has become increasingly sophisticated. Advanced trading techniques using financial derivatives have been used at banks, hedge funds, and pension funds. Because of stringent performance characteristics, most of these trading systems are developed using C++ as the main implementation language.Options and Derivatives Programming in C++ covers features that are frequently used to write financial software for options and derivatives, including the STL, templates, functional programming, and support for numerical libraries. New features introduced in the C++11 and C++14 standard are also covered: lambda functions, automatic type detection, custom literals, and improved initialization strategies for C++ objects.Readers will enjoy the how-to examples covering all the major tools and concepts used to build working solutions for quantitative finance. It includes advanced C++ concepts as well as the basic building libraries used by modern C++ developers, such as the STL and Boost, while also leveraging knowledge of object-oriented and template-based programming. Options and Derivatives Programming in C++ provides a great value for readers who are trying to use their current programming knowledge in order to become proficient in the style of programming used in large banks, hedge funds, and other investment institutions. The topics covered in the book are introduced in a logical and structured way and even novice programmers will be able to absorb the most important topics and competencies.What You Will Learn Grasp the fundamental problems in options and derivatives trading Converse intelligently about credit default swaps, Forex derivatives, and more Implement valuation models and trading strategies Build pricing algorithms around the Black-Sholes Model, and also using the Binomial and Differential Equations methods Run quantitative finance algorithms using linear algebra techniques Recognize and apply the most common design patterns used in options trading Save time by using the latest C++ features such as the STL and the Boost libraries Who This Book Is ForProfessional developers who have some experience with the C++ language and would like to leverage that knowledge into financial software development. This book is written with the goal of reaching readers who need a concise, algorithms-based book, providing basic information through well-targeted examples and ready to use solutions. Readers will be able to directly apply the concepts and sample code to some of the most common problems faced in the analysis of options and derivative contracts.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 26.01.2020
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Options and Derivatives Programming in C#
41,79 € *
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Learn how C++ is used in the development of solutions for options and derivatives trading in the financial industry. As an important part of the financial industry, options and derivatives trading has become increasingly sophisticated. Advanced trading techniques using financial derivatives have been used at banks, hedge funds, and pension funds. Because of stringent performance characteristics, most of these trading systems are developed using C++ as the main implementation language.Options and Derivatives Programming in C++ covers features that are frequently used to write financial software for options and derivatives, including the STL, templates, functional programming, and support for numerical libraries. New features introduced in the C++11 and C++14 standard are also covered: lambda functions, automatic type detection, custom literals, and improved initialization strategies for C++ objects.Readers will enjoy the how-to examples covering all the major tools and concepts used to build working solutions for quantitative finance. It includes advanced C++ concepts as well as the basic building libraries used by modern C++ developers, such as the STL and Boost, while also leveraging knowledge of object-oriented and template-based programming. Options and Derivatives Programming in C++ provides a great value for readers who are trying to use their current programming knowledge in order to become proficient in the style of programming used in large banks, hedge funds, and other investment institutions. The topics covered in the book are introduced in a logical and structured way and even novice programmers will be able to absorb the most important topics and competencies.What You Will Learn Grasp the fundamental problems in options and derivatives trading Converse intelligently about credit default swaps, Forex derivatives, and more Implement valuation models and trading strategies Build pricing algorithms around the Black-Sholes Model, and also using the Binomial and Differential Equations methods Run quantitative finance algorithms using linear algebra techniques Recognize and apply the most common design patterns used in options trading Save time by using the latest C++ features such as the STL and the Boost libraries Who This Book Is ForProfessional developers who have some experience with the C++ language and would like to leverage that knowledge into financial software development. This book is written with the goal of reaching readers who need a concise, algorithms-based book, providing basic information through well-targeted examples and ready to use solutions. Readers will be able to directly apply the concepts and sample code to some of the most common problems faced in the analysis of options and derivative contracts.

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Stand: 26.01.2020
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Volatility Trading
71,90 € *
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Popular guide to options pricing and position sizing for quant tradersIn this second edition of this bestselling book, Sinclair offers a quantitative model for measuring volatility in order to gain an edge in everyday option trading endeavors. With an accessible, straightforward approach, he guides traders through the basics of option pricing, volatility measurement, hedging, money management, and trade evaluation. This new edition includes new chapters on the dynamics of realized and implied volatilities, trading the variance premium and using options to trade special situations in equity markets.* Filled with volatility models including brand new option trades for quant traders* Options trader Euan Sinclair specializes in the design and implementation of quantitative trading strategiesVolatility Trading, Second Edition + Website outlines strategies for defining a true edge in the market using options to trade volatility profitably.

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Options Demystified
4,26 € *
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A down-to-earth guide for understanding, trading, and making money from options Do you want to learn how to use options without getting lost in confusing theories and complicated math?Options Demystifiedtakes the mystery out of options, providing you with concise descriptions of various option strategies and the basic knowledge you need to execute basic stock and commodity options trades. It also includes some of the more complex techniques like covered calls, spreads, straddles and hedges, and more. This unique, step-by-step guide uses short, snappy explanations and easy-to-understand examples--along with chapter-ending quizzes and a 50-question final exam--to give you the confidence you need to begin trading options like a pro. More important, the author reveals the psychological side of trading, so you keep a clear head in the heat of trading. You'll know why today's smartest investors and traders rely on the versatility of the options marketplace--and how you can too! Look inside for hands-on details including: What kind of person makes the most successful options trader The pitfalls and mistakes that cost traders valuable time and money Types of options-- stock, index, currency, financial futures, commodity, dealer, real estate, and employee incentive Puts versus calls, buying versus selling, which to use, why, and when Increasing income and limiting risk by selling covered options The risk and reward of selling naked options and why this strategy is so dangerous The importance of time and intrinsic value, and how to measure them using the delta factor Rules governing price change--volatility, probability, and profitability LEAPS, the Forex market, commodities and financial futures, and sample strategies to play these markets.

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Options Demystified
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A down-to-earth guide for understanding, trading, and making money from options Do you want to learn how to use options without getting lost in confusing theories and complicated math?Options Demystifiedtakes the mystery out of options, providing you with concise descriptions of various option strategies and the basic knowledge you need to execute basic stock and commodity options trades. It also includes some of the more complex techniques like covered calls, spreads, straddles and hedges, and more. This unique, step-by-step guide uses short, snappy explanations and easy-to-understand examples--along with chapter-ending quizzes and a 50-question final exam--to give you the confidence you need to begin trading options like a pro. More important, the author reveals the psychological side of trading, so you keep a clear head in the heat of trading. You'll know why today's smartest investors and traders rely on the versatility of the options marketplace--and how you can too! Look inside for hands-on details including: What kind of person makes the most successful options trader The pitfalls and mistakes that cost traders valuable time and money Types of options-- stock, index, currency, financial futures, commodity, dealer, real estate, and employee incentive Puts versus calls, buying versus selling, which to use, why, and when Increasing income and limiting risk by selling covered options The risk and reward of selling naked options and why this strategy is so dangerous The importance of time and intrinsic value, and how to measure them using the delta factor Rules governing price change--volatility, probability, and profitability LEAPS, the Forex market, commodities and financial futures, and sample strategies to play these markets.

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Stand: 26.01.2020
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Analytical Finance: Volume I
62,25 € *
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This book provides an introduction to the valuation of financial instruments on equity markets. Written from the perspective of trading, risk management and quantitative research functions and written by a practitioner with many years' experience in markets and in academia, it provides a valuable learning tool for students and new entrants to these markets.Coverage includes:·Trading and sources of risk, including credit and counterparty risk, market and model risks, settlement and Herstatt risks.·Numerical methods including discrete-time methods, finite different methods, binomial models and Monte Carlo simulations.·Probability theory and stochastic processes from the financial modeling perspective, including probability spaces, sigma algebras, measures and filtrations.·Continuous time models such as Black-Scholes-Merton, Delta-hedging and Delta-Gamma-hedging, general diffusion models and how to solve Partial Differential Equation using the Feynmann-Kac representation.·The trading, structuring and hedging several kinds of exotic options, including: Binary/Digital options, Barrier options, Lookbacks, Asian options, Chooses, Forward options, Ratchets, Compounded options, Basket options, Exchange and Currency-linked options, Pay later options and Quantos.·A detailed explanation of how to construct synthetic instruments and strategies for different market conditions, discussing more than 30 different option strategies.With source code for many of the models featured in the book provided and extensive examples and illustrations throughout, this book provides a comprehensive introduction to this topic and will prove an invaluable learning tool and reference for anyone studying or working in this field.

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Stand: 26.01.2020
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Analytical Finance: Volume I
63,98 € *
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This book provides an introduction to the valuation of financial instruments on equity markets. Written from the perspective of trading, risk management and quantitative research functions and written by a practitioner with many years' experience in markets and in academia, it provides a valuable learning tool for students and new entrants to these markets.Coverage includes:·Trading and sources of risk, including credit and counterparty risk, market and model risks, settlement and Herstatt risks.·Numerical methods including discrete-time methods, finite different methods, binomial models and Monte Carlo simulations.·Probability theory and stochastic processes from the financial modeling perspective, including probability spaces, sigma algebras, measures and filtrations.·Continuous time models such as Black-Scholes-Merton, Delta-hedging and Delta-Gamma-hedging, general diffusion models and how to solve Partial Differential Equation using the Feynmann-Kac representation.·The trading, structuring and hedging several kinds of exotic options, including: Binary/Digital options, Barrier options, Lookbacks, Asian options, Chooses, Forward options, Ratchets, Compounded options, Basket options, Exchange and Currency-linked options, Pay later options and Quantos.·A detailed explanation of how to construct synthetic instruments and strategies for different market conditions, discussing more than 30 different option strategies.With source code for many of the models featured in the book provided and extensive examples and illustrations throughout, this book provides a comprehensive introduction to this topic and will prove an invaluable learning tool and reference for anyone studying or working in this field.

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Stand: 26.01.2020
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The Complete Options Trader
65,11 € *
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Options traders rely on a vast array of information concerning probability, risk, strategy components, calculations, and trading rules. Traders at all levels, as well as portfolio managers, must refer to numerous print and online sources, each source only providing part of the information they need. This is less than ideal, as online sources tend to be basic, simplified, and in some cases incorrect. Print sources, on the other hand, are mostly focused on a very narrow range of strategies or trading systems. Up until now, there has been no single source to provide a comprehensive reference for the serious trader.The Complete Options Trader is that much-need comprehensive reference, a compilation of the many attributes options traders need.Thomsett lays out a rich and complete guide to 100 strategies, including profit and loss calculations, illustrations, examples, and much more. A thorough evaluation of these strategies (and the rewards and risk involved) demonstrates how a broad approach to analytically using options can and does enhance portfolio profits with lower levels of risk.The book also features a complete glossary of terms used in the options industry, the most comprehensive glossary of this nature currently available.All too often, the attributes of options trading are poorly understood, risk is ignored or over-simplified, hedging is not folded into a strategic evaluation, and options traders shun the value of holding equity positions. No longer-if options traders rely on this comprehensive guide as the reference for the industry.

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Stand: 26.01.2020
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The Mathematics of Options
64,18 € *
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This book is written for the experienced portfolio manager and professional options traders. It is a practical guide offering how to apply options math in a trading world that demands mathematical measurement. Every options trader deals with an array of calculations: beginners learn to identify risks and opportunities using a short list of strategies, while researchers and academics turn to advanced technical manuals. However, almost no books exist for the experienced portfolio managers and professional options traders who fall between these extremes. Michael C. Thomsett addresses this glaring gap with The Mathematics of Options , a practical guide with actionable tools for the practical application of options math in a world that demands quantification. It serves as a valuable reference for advanced methods of evaluating issues of pricing, payoff, probability, and risk. In his characteristic approachable style, Thomsett simplifies complex hot button issues-such as strategic payoffs, return calculations, and hedging options-that may be mentioned in introductory texts but are often underserved. The result is a comprehensive book that helps traders understand the mathematic concepts of options trading so that they can improve their skills and outcomes.

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Stand: 26.01.2020
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