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Course Summary One of the most powerful tools available to hedgers, options are also the most difficult to master. Once you've learned how to make options easy with the Options I - Fundamentals of Energy Options course, you can learn how to get the most out of these fascinating instruments with this advanced course. Delegates learn how to apply complex combinations of calls and puts in order to hedge specific risks and take advantage of market expectations. With our unique trading simulation you will master directional and market-neutral trading strategies, as well as the application of complex strategies. You will also learn to match specific risk exposures and market expectations with complex strategies. 8CPE creditsawarded for this course . Requirements: A thorough understanding of basic elements of futures and options on futures. Delegates entering this course should have already completed Princeton Energy Programme's Fundamentals of Energy Futures and Options I - Fundamentals of Energy Options Pre-classroom Study As part of our blended learning package, this workshop has a specific web-based course which is recommended as pre-classroom study. Upon registering for the workshop delegates will receive details of how to access the web-based course. Access to the web-based course is included in the price of the classroom course. To optimize your classroom experience, it is recommended you take the appropriate online study as close to the classroom date as possible. The recommended pre-classroom study for this workshop is PrincetonLive.com's Charting a Course through Commodity Risk . Not sure if you have the appropriate experience? Click here to test yourself on futures and options knowledge necessary for this course. Course content: Directional and market-neutral trading strategies including: Covered call and puts Call and put spreads Financed call and put spreads Ratio writes and backspreads Straddles and strangles Directional straddles Reduced-risk volatility spreads Butterflies and condors Ho- to reduce the cost of using options as insurance Ho- to tailor sophisticated options strategies that exactly match an anticipated market outcome Matching specific risk exposures Mixing different types of options

Course Summary One of the most powerful tools available to hedgers, options are also the most difficult to master. Once you've learned how to make options easy with the Options I - Fundamentals of Energy Options course, you can learn how to get the most out of these fascinating instruments with this advanced course. Delegates learn how to apply complex combinations of calls and puts in order to...

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