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   According to the news, the Greek    parliament has passed strict austerity    measures aimed at resolving their debt  ...
   The news was met at home with rioting in    the streets while stock markets rose    worldwide.
   Here we look at options trading after the    Greek debt resolution.
   The overall European debt dilemma has    been playing out for more than two    years.
   Investors and traders across the globe    have been concerned that a debt    default by Greece would lead to    defaul...
   Some feared that that the European    Union could, in fact, collapse.
   In response to the crisis European leaders    have given the European Central Bank    extraordinary powers to grant lo...
   Austerity measures are in place and talks    are progressing for a write off of part of    Greece’s debt.
   The immediate problem is finally under    control but how does a trader pursue    options trading after the Greek debt...
   Is a full scale Euro Zone recovery in the    works? Or will austerity measures across    the continent lead to a reces...
   Banks
   Banks may be of interest in regard to    options trading after the Greek debt    resolution.
   European banks might be first on the list    but US banks will also stand to benefit    from a more stable European fi...
   Bank stocks in the United States rose on    news of the Greek parliament passing    austerity measures.
   Bank stock options in the US may be a    good place for US options traders to look    for potential profits.
   However, traders will be well advised to    study both bank fundamentals as well as    market sentiment before trading.
   In the near term market sentiment may    overreact to good, or bad, news while    fundamentals may not change.
   In the near term market sentiment may    overreact to good, or bad, news while    fundamentals may not change.
   Commodities prices will likely rise if a    stronger Euro Zone economy is in the    works and will probably fall if a ...
   Both copper and oil options may be    somewhat volatile as traders seek to    divine whether fixing the Greek debt    ...
   Greek situation may now be stabilized    and austerity measures as well as loans    from the European Central Bank may...
   However, slower than anticipated    European economic growth will lead to    reduced industrial production in China   ...
   In commodity options trading after the    Greek debt resolution, traders will need    to be aware of a whole range of ...
   The advantages, of options trading after    the Greek debt resolution and in all    options trading are those of limit...
   The options buyer limits his risk to the cost    of the options contract no matter where    the price of the underlyin...
   And, because options cost less that the    equities they represent traders can    magnify their gains.
   As always trade only when you have    done your own fundamental and    technical analysis and do not trade if    you a...
   For more insights and useful information    regarding options and options    trading, visit www.Options-Trading-    Ed...
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http://www.options-trading-education.com/4412/options-trading-after-the-greek-debt-resolution/ - Options Trading after the Greek Debt Resolution - According to the news, the Greek parliament has passed strict austerity measures aimed at resolving their debt crisis. The news was met at home with rioting in the streets while stock markets rose worldwide. Here we look at options trading after the Greek debt resolution. The overall European debt dilemma has been playing out for more than two years. Investors and traders across the globe have been concerned that a debt default by Greece would lead to defaults by one or more of the other so called “PIIGS” group of nations, Portugal, Italy, Ireland, Greece, and Spain. Some feared that that the European Union could, in fact, collapse. In response to the crisis European leaders have given the European Central Bank extraordinary powers to grant loans and print money. Austerity measures are in place and talks are progressing for a write off of part of Greece’s debt. The immediate problem is finally under control but how does a trader pursue options trading after the Greek debt resolution? Is a full scale Euro Zone recovery in the works? Or will austerity measures across the continent lead to a recession?
Banks
Banks may be of interest in regard to options trading after the Greek debt resolution. European banks might be first on the list but US banks will also stand to benefit from a more stable European financial situation. Bank stocks in the United States rose on news of the Greek parliament passing austerity measures. Bank stock options in the US may be a good place for US options traders to look for potential profits. However, traders will be well advised to study both bank fundamentals as well as market sentiment before trading. In the near term market sentiment may overreact to good, or bad, news while fundamentals may not change.
Commodities
Commodities prices will likely rise if a stronger Euro Zone economy is in the works and will probably fall if a recession hits. Both copper and oil options may be somewhat volatile as traders seek to divine whether fixing the Greek debt dilemma will put a stop to worries about national debt defaults and collapse of the European Union. Greek situation may now be stabilized and austerity measures as well as loans from the European Central Bank may serve to calm the fears of investors. However, slower than anticipated European economic growth will lead to reduced industrial production in China and throughout Asia, a reduction in orders of raw materials from countries such as Australia, and changes in economic and monetary policy across the globe. In commodity options trading after the Greek debt resolution, traders will need to be aware of a whole range of things that affect both supply and demand in the commodities markets. The advantages, of options trading after the Greek debt resolution and in all options trading are those of limited investment risk and

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  2. 2.  According to the news, the Greek parliament has passed strict austerity measures aimed at resolving their debt crisis.
  3. 3.  The news was met at home with rioting in the streets while stock markets rose worldwide.
  4. 4.  Here we look at options trading after the Greek debt resolution.
  5. 5.  The overall European debt dilemma has been playing out for more than two years.
  6. 6.  Investors and traders across the globe have been concerned that a debt default by Greece would lead to defaults by one or more of the other so called “PIIGS” group of nations, Portugal, Italy, Ireland, Greece, and Spain.
  7. 7.  Some feared that that the European Union could, in fact, collapse.
  8. 8.  In response to the crisis European leaders have given the European Central Bank extraordinary powers to grant loans and print money.
  9. 9.  Austerity measures are in place and talks are progressing for a write off of part of Greece’s debt.
  10. 10.  The immediate problem is finally under control but how does a trader pursue options trading after the Greek debt resolution?
  11. 11.  Is a full scale Euro Zone recovery in the works? Or will austerity measures across the continent lead to a recession?
  12. 12.  Banks
  13. 13.  Banks may be of interest in regard to options trading after the Greek debt resolution.
  14. 14.  European banks might be first on the list but US banks will also stand to benefit from a more stable European financial situation.
  15. 15.  Bank stocks in the United States rose on news of the Greek parliament passing austerity measures.
  16. 16.  Bank stock options in the US may be a good place for US options traders to look for potential profits.
  17. 17.  However, traders will be well advised to study both bank fundamentals as well as market sentiment before trading.
  18. 18.  In the near term market sentiment may overreact to good, or bad, news while fundamentals may not change.
  19. 19.  In the near term market sentiment may overreact to good, or bad, news while fundamentals may not change.
  20. 20.  Commodities prices will likely rise if a stronger Euro Zone economy is in the works and will probably fall if a recession hits.
  21. 21.  Both copper and oil options may be somewhat volatile as traders seek to divine whether fixing the Greek debt dilemma will put a stop to worries about national debt defaults and collapse of the European Union.
  22. 22.  Greek situation may now be stabilized and austerity measures as well as loans from the European Central Bank may serve to calm the fears of investors.
  23. 23.  However, slower than anticipated European economic growth will lead to reduced industrial production in China and throughout Asia, a reduction in orders of raw materials from countries such as Australia, and changes in economic and monetary policy across the globe.
  24. 24.  In commodity options trading after the Greek debt resolution, traders will need to be aware of a whole range of things that affect both supply and demand in the commodities markets.
  25. 25.  The advantages, of options trading after the Greek debt resolution and in all options trading are those of limited investment risk and leverage.
  26. 26.  The options buyer limits his risk to the cost of the options contract no matter where the price of the underlying goes.
  27. 27.  And, because options cost less that the equities they represent traders can magnify their gains.
  28. 28.  As always trade only when you have done your own fundamental and technical analysis and do not trade if you are not sure of the situation.
  29. 29.  For more insights and useful information regarding options and options trading, visit www.Options-Trading- Education.com.

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