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|I want to buy a FT100 3-Yr PUT option. what is the most convenient & simple way to do this?|
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|Not directly now. But do through Utilico UTL and UTLX holdings.|
|Hi Praipus - are you still in this one?|
|Are you a literary scolar?|
|Don't you mean 'Priapus'?|
|The graph I think has made a rather fetching bull flag stand by for some more upside.|
|If you are looking at these do take a look at PTTC or ECWC do overlay the shareprice graphs.|
|Exposed to water, electricity and infrastructure, trading at a discount to undiluted NAV and paying a quarterly dividend!
AAA0 rated so no bank debt HOWEVER 31 million zeroes to pay out £1.64 per share so fully diluted NAV is arround 98p at 5/1/2006.
May be worth looking at Ecofin ECW (income) ECWO (ordinary) and for greared utilities growth ECWC (capital shares) first.|
|are financial nonsense still in business?|
|Isn't anyone going to post a yippee. Well I'm chuffed anyway : )
-think this BB might be a bit too intellectual 4me|
SPX: Fibonacci Resistance Level
Dow INDU, an Elliottwave Count
SPX-in-Euros looks in Toppy area also ... update|
|T-bond down through 11200 this morning.|
|energyi, what are you buying puts on here?
|OK, the market has reached my target (near Dow-10720)
And so i have bought puts again.
The way I am playing this, is to:
+ Buy only in-the-money options
+ Sell at the money options, when the first ones are nicely in profit
This way i benefit from time decay|
|FTSE looks like an easier play, at the moment.|
|Mkt has bounced by over 70pts.
Looking now at re-establishing Put position
Rally to 10,720 looks likely- not there yet|
|PUT sold for profit of around 200 points.
Mkt is oversold, and may bounce|
|Not yet energyi.
I don't see any signs of a near term peak right now, and I would think we will see the december Dow high at least tested this week.|
|can anyone briefly explain how a put/call works and when it expires what happens.
The reason i ask is that lloy has moved up to its current level on the (alledged) buying of puts/calls (cannot remember which one) at Feb 500p...at the time when this news came out lloy was trading around 470p i was wondering whether the price would naturally fall back if we reach March and the price has not moved any higher???
thanks for any input i have never used puts and calls.
i know one gives the right to buy and the other to sell but what happens if you don't do it???|