The most actively traded listed options markets are those with broad-based indexes and exchange-traded funds (ETFs) as the underlying market.
Russell Rhoads from EQDerivatives and the Kelley School of Business will discuss the similarities and differences between these two methods of gaining market exposure along with strategies that make sense for bullish, bearish, and neutral markets outlooks.
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