# Payoff en una oración (en ingles)

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2. This is just a

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4. She wants the big

5. The

6. Let’s look at the

7. She then collects her secret

8. You can see this

9. They then collect their secret

10. The

11. A

12. You can see the

13. Your

14. The

15. Or not, because Regan had taken the

16. Constant Thinking: The

17. The

18. You can see that the

19. The at-the-money put’s

20. Let’s see how this

21. However, only A has a positive

22. There has to be a personal or emotional

23. The

24. But, believe me, the

25.

26. A stronger

27. The strike prices are inflection points for our

28. Thus, the

29. With the odds reaching that high a

30. This is because options have an asymmetric

31. Then, for each price outcome the option

32. That

33. Whoever owned this sucker was waiting on some kind of a

34. The resulting changes in the

35. The

36. What does this

37. Was that money a

38. The

39. But if there were any surprises, the

40.

41. Averaging 148 values of the

42. Jimmy Carter created it in 1979 as a

43. Let’s look at the

44. It’s difficult to be a successful trader with a

45. So, either six or eight with a

46. The feeling that others respect and revere you is a very common

47. That’s not the only way our

48. Sounds like a

49. But he’s absolutely right about the

50. It is a lot of work, but if it is done properly, the

51. Let’s connect the dots again to see the

52. Let’s look at a

53.

54. Thin lines show

55. Then we compute all forecast prices and

56.

57. But the general shape of the two

58. Each option combination can be characterized by the shape of its

59. It was to no avail as far as Sonia was concerned; and now it was about to

60. Cash

61. He was proud of the recognition but did not want the honor to look like a

62. The big

63. The call-to-put ratio strongly influences the shape of the portfolio

64. This indicator expresses the skewness of the

65.

66. They cut her from the inner circles and slandered her success as the

67. The

68. Let’s look at the same sort of

69. However if you do not keep consistent position sizes you will distort your

70. In the McDonald’s verdict, the

71.

72. The

73. Mike added, I think you could devote an entire study to

74. And the

75. That is, people on average need about a 2 to 1

76. His

77.

78. Because of this, we won’t use as many of the type of

79. The way to buy is more than dollars and cents; it really is what the

80. We can depend on them because they know that if they get through there’ll be a big

81. Half of the outcomes are unfavorable and of the other two, the

82. If it does, the casino will lose $70,000 (the $72,000

83.

84. In this example there are two price ranges for which the

85.

86. What we have is a

87. What does the

88. Her

89. I experienced that compromise again with a much bigger

90. Let’s connect the dots again and see the traditional

91. The general

92. Unifying such combinations results in an almost symmetrical

93. More complicated forms of

94. You should always take the time to verify the information, including numbers such as

95. Raises, bonuses, promotions, recognition, and stock options are all examples of types of personal

96. Arguably the strategy’s

97. Integrating the product of the

98. The

99. The fourth column contains values of the combination

100. Their

**payoff**.2. This is just a

**payoff**.3. But a

**payoff**ratio of 1.4. She wants the big

**payoff**.5. The

**payoff**profile is asymmetric.6. Let’s look at the

**payoff**chart.7. She then collects her secret

**payoff**.8. You can see this

**payoff**in Figure 6.9. They then collect their secret

**payoff**.10. The

**payoff**function shown in Figure A.11. A

**payoff**to Heaven for a secular crime.12. You can see the

**payoff**chart in Figure 12.13. Your

**payoff**ratio was a little over 2:1.14. The

**payoff**function PF(B,S,x) in equation 2.15. Or not, because Regan had taken the

**payoff**.16. Constant Thinking: The

**Payoff**and the Price.17. The

**payoff**function of options is not linear.18. You can see that the

**payoff**line in Figure 3.19. The at-the-money put’s

**payoff**is different.20. Let’s see how this

**payoff**chart would look.21. However, only A has a positive

**payoff**overall.22. There has to be a personal or emotional

**payoff**.23. The

**payoff**would be more certain and based on.24. But, believe me, the

**payoff**will blow your mind.25.

**Payoff**functions of short and long calendar spreads.26. A stronger

**payoff**is the feeling that others fear you.27. The strike prices are inflection points for our

**payoff**.28. Thus, the

**payoff**for your efforts is more immediately seen.29. With the odds reaching that high a

**payoff**, at a hundred to.30. This is because options have an asymmetric

**payoff**function.31. Then, for each price outcome the option

**payoff**is estimated.32. That

**payoff**table looks different as you can see in Table 3.33. Whoever owned this sucker was waiting on some kind of a

**payoff**.34. The resulting changes in the

**payoff**form can be very different.35. The

**payoff**diagram for this combined trade appears in Figure 5.36. What does this

**payoff**chart look like? We see that in Figure 12.37. Was that money a

**payoff**for some kind of services rendered to.38. The

**payoff**charts for the two combinations are also very similar.39. But if there were any surprises, the

**payoff**would be substantial.40.

**Payoff**functions of long and short strangles are shown in Figure A.41. Averaging 148 values of the

**payoff**function (74 values from Table 2.42. Jimmy Carter created it in 1979 as a

**payoff**to the teachers’ unions.43. Let’s look at the

**payoff**chart for this covered strangle (Figure 8.44. It’s difficult to be a successful trader with a

**payoff**ratio under 1.45. So, either six or eight with a

**payoff**of seven chips for every six bet.46. The feeling that others respect and revere you is a very common

**payoff**.47. That’s not the only way our

**payoff**chart would look slightly different.48. Sounds like a

**payoff**to me, and the President seems to have a stake in Mr.49. But he’s absolutely right about the

**payoff**if he can pull it off, Cayleb.50. It is a lot of work, but if it is done properly, the

**payoff**is exceptional.51. Let’s connect the dots again to see the

**payoff**chart for our long BBRY 9.52. Let’s look at a

**payoff**chart for buying this September 33 strike put at 2.53.

**Payoff**functions of different option strategies may appear in different forms.54. Thin lines show

**payoff**functions of separate options forming the combinations.55. Then we compute all forecast prices and

**payoff**function values related to them.56.

**Payoff**functions of short options are opposite to that of long options (Figure A.57. But the general shape of the two

**payoff**charts is very similar, as we’d expect.58. Each option combination can be characterized by the shape of its

**payoff**function.59. It was to no avail as far as Sonia was concerned; and now it was about to

**payoff**.60. Cash

**Payoff**- opposite of annuity, the prize is paid out at one time, instead of.61. He was proud of the recognition but did not want the honor to look like a

**payoff**.62. The big

**payoff**came as soon as I rested myself and my carcass onto a chosen branch.63. The call-to-put ratio strongly influences the shape of the portfolio

**payoff**function.64. This indicator expresses the skewness of the

**payoff**function of the option portfolio.65.

**Payoff**functions of two short straddles created using options on AMZN and ADBE stocks.66. They cut her from the inner circles and slandered her success as the

**payoff**of adultery.67. The

**payoff**profile for this stock covered vertical call spread can be seen in Figure 4.68. Let’s look at the same sort of

**payoff**lines prior to expiration for some butterflies.69. However if you do not keep consistent position sizes you will distort your

**payoff**ratio.70. In the McDonald’s verdict, the

**payoff**was less than a quarter of the court settlement.71.

**Payoff**functions of short options are the opposite of those of long options (see Figure A.72. The

**payoff**for this iron condor at expiration for a variety of prices appears in Table 16.73. Mike added, I think you could devote an entire study to

**payoff**as opposed to investment.74. And the

**payoff**is less reactivity, less rumination, and—who knows?—maybe stream-entry.75. That is, people on average need about a 2 to 1

**payoff**on an even odds bet to take the bet.76. His

**payoff**, together with cash for entertaining the others, must be returning in tuna cans.77.

**Payoff**functions of bull and bear spreads corresponding to the expiration date (bold lines).78. Because of this, we won’t use as many of the type of

**payoff**charts we’ve used elsewhere.79. The way to buy is more than dollars and cents; it really is what the

**payoff**is in terms of:.80. We can depend on them because they know that if they get through there’ll be a big

**payoff**.81. Half of the outcomes are unfavorable and of the other two, the

**payoff**is reduced in one case.82. If it does, the casino will lose $70,000 (the $72,000

**payoff**less the $2,000 cost of the bet).83.

**Payoff**functions of long and short straddles corresponding to the expiration date (bold lines).84. In this example there are two price ranges for which the

**payoff**function is positive—from $87.85.

**Payoff**functions of long and short strangles corresponding to the expiration date (bold lines).86. What we have is a

**payoff**with the promise of the payee keeping his mouth shut and not suing, ever.87. What does the

**payoff**chart for this calendar spread look like at expiration? That’s tough to say.88. Her

**payoff**would have taken care of that debt and left her a lot of extra to get back on her feet.89. I experienced that compromise again with a much bigger

**payoff**and much more effort not that long ago.90. Let’s connect the dots again and see the traditional

**payoff**chart for this long put condor in AAPL.91. The general

**payoff**for this put condor and the call condor that used the same strikes are very similar.92. Unifying such combinations results in an almost symmetrical

**payoff**function (black line in the chart).93. More complicated forms of

**payoff**functions can be obtained when several different options are combined.94. You should always take the time to verify the information, including numbers such as

**payoff**amounts, etc.95. Raises, bonuses, promotions, recognition, and stock options are all examples of types of personal

**payoff**.96. Arguably the strategy’s

**payoff**profile resembles that of writing put options on a systemic catastrophe.97. Integrating the product of the

**payoff**function by the lognormal probability density function (equation 2.98. The

**payoff**function of the portfolio (black line) consisting of these two combinations has a similar shape.99. The fourth column contains values of the combination

**payoff**function PFj estimated for the expiration time.100. Their

**payoff**profiles can be calculated by assessing the individual ‘legs’ of the strategy and summing.