Dr. Nandan's Dilemma: 'Options' in Volatile Markets

Code : INB0008

Year :
2011

Industry : Portfolio Management, Finance Services, Stock Broking

Region : India

Teaching Note:Available

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Abstract: The case study 'Dr. Nandan dilemma: 'Options' in Volatile Market’ provides a fundamental understanding of the different kinds of option strategies.

The case study briefly covers the history of options and is focused on some of the most important options strategies in volatile market.

The case study explains the dilemma of Dr. Nandan, who lost about 50% of his initial investments in a volatile share market.

Now, he has an alternative to go for 'options' strategies but before investing, he wants to take suggestions on what options strategies should he use to save his initial investments.


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Pedagogical Objectives:

  • Understand the importance of options and options strategies in volatile Demonstrate an understanding of concepts underlying different types of options trading strategies
  • To understand the role of credit rating while issuing a financial instrument in the backdrop of Lakshmi Vilas Bank
  • To analyze the effectiveness of option trading strategies in a simulated world
  • To demonstrate an understanding of the risks involved in options strategies.


    Keywords : Options, Financial Risk Management, Covered Call, Protective Put, Straddle, Strangle, Strip, Strap, Strategy, Financial Risk , Management, Covered Call, Protective Put, Strategy, Stock Exchange, National Stock Exchange, Importance of options strategies, Volatile Market

    Contents :
    » Options Trading: Rising Sun
    » Market Trend and Option Strategy


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