Derivatives are instruments that are most commonly traded to generate profits or hedge positions. They are called derivatives as the price of the instrument is derived from an underlying instrument. An example is an option over a stock, index or a futures contract. This website provides derivatives options trading education and recommendations. For more information please review the education and trade idea pages on this website.
Derivative options strategies
Derivative strategies can be tailed to suit many trading objectives. They can be used to provide protection against a share holding, index moving, a short stock trade and more. Punters and traders use derivatives to gain leveraged exposure to underlying assets to generate quick, high risk / reward trades.