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How do you risk manage portfolios that contain financial derivatives? financial derivatives



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How do you risk manage portfolios that contain financial derivatives?

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13 thoughts on “How do you risk manage portfolios that contain financial derivatives? financial derivatives”

  1. Working as a Microwave Design Engineer in Sweden. I have started to learn more about Macro and Micro economics and statistics. I'm saving in stock and funds. I hope to learn about risk and portfolio Management.

  2. My degrees are in Education, Reading and Special Education. I'm a licensed school superintendent in the USA, but have been unable to obtain employment in this area. I have also been a special education director at several schools and decided I don't like schools in the USA, so I have been grading school administrator exams that administrators need to pass for their license, along with teacher candidate portfolios for an international company for the past eleven years. I want to do something different with the rest of my life, so I am listening to your videos for now.

  3. Nice!
    I’m currently a senior at a university and in a program that manages 2million in equities and fixed income.
    We are now starting a new derivatives paper portfolio

  4. great video series Patrick. I have been in the industry for 20 years and made it through 2 years of CFA training before giving up on that dream out of laziness. My strategy is normally to hold mostly US treasuries and luckily i bought a bunch of 4-5 year bank CD's in Q1 2019, before the fed started lowering rates. I have a good percentage in 3% 60 month CD's, and I also will sell a cash covered put/s on an index, I will buy a slightly more out of the money, less expensive put, to protect againts downside loss. My goal is to have a profit of about 1% per month using the net of selling the put and buying the put. With that 1%-2% profit monthly on the options and an annual return from the treasuries and CD's of around 2%. I can get a very safe average return of about 10%.

  5. Work in the industry for close to a decade, degree in econ and finance. Love seeing actual academic and practical facts get out there on stocktube.

  6. I work in municipal gov't in a small city in Canada as an building energy consultant. I work on energy models of our buildings and keep our consumption low. I am a financial minimalist who is aggressively investing my savings, particularly in innovation/solar/e-commerce ETFs. I am fully allocated (almost my entire net worth) in these ETFs. I am attempting to max out my TFSA with long investments before I move onto exclusively options in a margin account. I believe I have the theory down, and occasionally I will buy some calls when I am bullish on a stock, when volatility seems low, and the set up (decreasing volatility/swings in a wedge) is right. I am looking to short options for premium once I open that margin account, and I'll be starting off the margin limit making extremely small trades until I have enough experience and consistency. Your videos have been incredibly helpful as most YouTubers merely cover the basics; I love your videos on VAR/Delta-hedging/etc., all of which goes above and beyond. Thank you!

  7. Hi Patrick. I am a junior in college. I have read about the markets and financial tools for a year. I would say I have above average knowledge but no where near a professional. Looking forward to learning more from you.

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