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Options Strategies for Your RRSP and TFSA
February 25, 2021
Concepts

Options Strategies for Your RRSP and TFSA

Montréal Exchange

One of the biggest misconceptions about the Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) and Tax Free Savings Account (TFSA) is that they can only include cash, stocks, bonds, and other simple assets. But in reality, these savings accounts can hold a wide variety of asset classes, including options. Options Strategy in an RRSP for...

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World’s First Option on Bitcoin ETF
February 22, 2021
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World’s First Option on Bitcoin ETF

Montréal Exchange

Canada is the first country in the world to bring ETFs to investors. Once again, Canada has proven itself to be an innovator in capital markets by introducing to the world the first physically settled Bitcoin ETF, through Purpose Investments ETF (symbol ticker: BTCC.B/BTCC.U) as well as the world’s first options on bitcoin...

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February –  Educational Events
November 26, 2020
Concepts

February – Educational Events

Montréal Exchange

February 10, 2021  Webinar – Protect Your Portfolio Against a Market Correction using Options  Time : 12:00 p.m. (ET) Speaker: Tony Zhang Language: English Where: Online More information here   February 11, 2021  Webinar – How to Use 1×2 Put Spreads Effectively Time : 3:00 p.m. (ET) Speaker: Chris Tom...

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Considering a Long Call Position in Air Canada
November 16, 2020
Bullish Outlook

Considering a Long Call Position in Air Canada

Patrick Ceresna

The COVID crisis has been especially hard on airline stocks. The stock price of Canada’s largest airline, Air Canada, collapsed from over $50 in January to $10 in March.  Although the stock has recovered somewhat since then, when compared to other equities the bounce has been anemic. Chart 1: Air Canada (symbol AC) over past...

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There’s no free lunch in the market…but is there?
November 10, 2020
Other

There’s no free lunch in the market…but is there?

Richard Ho

“There ain’t no such thing as a free lunch.” This old adage refers to the idea that it is impossible for anyone to get something for nothing. Even if something is free, someone somewhere is paying for it. However, investors have the choice to either accept a price or not, that is why we have limit orders. Imagine if...

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Let’s do some exercise: Exercising your options
October 13, 2020
Bullish Outlook

Let’s do some exercise: Exercising your options

Richard Ho

In this article, we’ll talk about exercising call options and why investors would want to do so. Read the article to find out the pros and cons of exercising a call option. You discover a pharmaceutical company that trades at $100 a share and has a COVID-19 vaccine in phase 3 clinical testing. It’s extremely promising, but...

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Reduce the Risk Associated with Time Value Decay
March 02, 2020
Bearish Outlook

Reduce the Risk Associated with Time Value Decay

Martin Noël

Reduce the risk associated with time value decay In this article, we will examine how to reduce the risk associated with the time value decay of options in a directional position, as well as how this affects the strategy’s payoff profile. As can be seen in the following chart, the price of shares in BCE Inc. (BCE) have...

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Entering Options Orders and Managing Positions
October 22, 2019
Risk Management

Entering Options Orders and Managing Positions

Tony Zhang

Learning how to trade options is a process that takes time and patience. A critical part of placing your first options trade is learning how to enter an order into your brokerage account. Entering options orders can be daunting due to the many variables involved. This post highlights the procedures and best practices for...

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