CBOE - Bearish Spreads

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Join Russell Rhoads instructor with the Options Institute at the CBOE as he discusses basic spread trading with a bearish outlook. Although the idea of approaching a spread trade may be daunting, Russell will break down bearish situations where a spread trade may be the best fit based on your outlook for a stock or the overall market.
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Insurance companies—life insurers as well as providers of property and casualty, health, and financial coverage—perform important economic functions and are big players in financial markets (Figure 3.1). They enable economic agents to diversify idiosyncratic risk, thereby supplying the necessary preconditions for certain business activities (Liedtke 2011; Box 3.1). They are a major source of long-term risk capital to the real economy, and are among the largest institutional investors, holding about 12 percent of global financial assets, or $24 trillion (of which life insurance accounts for 85 percent). Their long-term investment horizon can in principle enable them to act as a shock absorber in financial markets


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