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Low Exercise Price Options (LEPOs)


October '10 - Andy Semple explains what they are, differences from standard options and when they are used.

Index Options


September ‘10 - Andy Semple explains the differences between stock and index options and the advantages of trading an option with broad based exposure.

Long dated calls


August ‘10 - Andy Semple reminds us of all about the usefulness of a simple long dated call. Less risk than owning the underlying stock with built in protection at the strike price. Why not use a long dated call for your next buy and hold trade?



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