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(SPY) S&P 500 ETF Price, Trends, and Trade Tips
Why Invest in S&P 500 ETF?
Most experienced traders recognise Standard & Poor's 500 index as the most iconic index fund in the world. It tracks the performance of 500 most profitable companies in the US stock market.
Companies included in the S&P 500 make up around 80% of the total market capitalisation, is widely regarded as the best gauge of large-cap U.S. equities, and a favourite among passive investors.
Most people expect an annual return of 9% from buying and holding ETFs that track the S&P 500 index.
Some of the most dominant companies in the world, such as Apple, Google, Facebook, Disney are included in the index. Tesla was also included in the S&P 500 index for the first time in December last year.
Investing in an S&P 500 ETF is a diversified way of purchasing stocks from all these companies at the same time.
We share our favourite options strategies for beginners to shorten their learning curve. Use these new trading tools to find different ways to profit.
We share a few practical backtesting tips from thinkorswim, and use historical prices to check the profitability of simple trading strategies.
We discuss the major option Greeks (delta, gamma, theta and vega) so you have the tools to control risks when trading options.
The options prices depend on strike price, implied volatility and expiration date. Learn the factors that affect the value of options then buy low and sell high.
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