Learn Option Basics Part 8


Delta Action and option

What you will learn

Learn about delta and the impact on options trading

Introduction to delta

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Delta in real-time

Description

What Is Delta?

Delta is the ratio that compares the change in the price of an asset, usually marketable securities, to the corresponding change in the price of its derivative. For example, if a stock option has a delta value of 0.65, this means that if the underlying stock increases in price by $1 per share, the option on it will rise by $0.65 per share, all else being equal.

KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • Delta expresses the amount of price change a derivative will see based on the price of the underlying security (e.g., stock).
  • Delta can be positive or negative, being between 0 and 1 for a call option and negative 1 to 0 for a put option.
  • Delta spread is an options trading strategy in which the trader initially establishes a delta neutral position by simultaneously buying and selling options in proportion to the neutral ratio.
  • The most common tool for implementing a delta spread strategy is a calendar spread, which involves constructing a delta neutral position using options with different expiration dates.

Understanding Delta


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Delta values can be positive or negative depending on the type of option. For example, the delta for a call option always ranges from 0 to 1 because as the underlying asset increases in price, call options increase in price. Put option deltas always range from -1 to 0 because as the underlying security increases, the value of put options decrease.

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Delta
What Is Delta
Delta AT&T
Delta positive call option
Delta positive put option
Bearish or bullish in single-position
Bearish or bullish in portfolio
Gama
Strike price
What we will learn
Probability in the money and Delta
Delta ITM
Delta ATM
Delta OTM
Delta neutral
What we will learn
Delta neutral in single-position
Delta neutral in portfolio
Real Case Scenario
What we will learn
Using Put Options and Delta to limit risk
Delta positive to neutral
Selling Call UNG and Delta
Unbalance iron condor and Delta
Short Strangle on Oil Future Contract
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