Expected Value and Options Trading

Craig Hilsenrath joined members of our community during a live presentation to discuss the concept of Expected Value and explain why and how options traders should incorporate similar analysis into their trading.  During this presentation, attendees learned how Expected Value can be used to identify the best trade that offers the best statistical edge for earning a profit on your trades.

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Craig delves even deeper into the concept of Expected Value in a White Paper that he freely shares with anyone who provides an e-mail address at OptionWorkbench.

One Response to “Expected Value and Options Trading”

  1. C Cornwell says:

    Great presentation of a concept that makes much more sense to me than relying on static max-reward : max-risk ratios.

    At the end of the webinar Craig mentioned that a 2 months for the price of 1 trial offer would be provided by e-mail. Has that offer been sent out yet? The optionworkbench web site doesn't mention any such offer.)