### Explained

Michael Gathara

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### Currencies, Federal/Central Banking System

Monday: June 8th, 2020

How money is created | Time: 32:33

Monday: April 13th, 2020

#### Summary:

Options trading is the pratice of buying a contract to have the ability to buy or sell 100 shares per contract of an underlying asset

#### Videos

A comprehensive guide to trading options goes in depth, Time: 1:11:15

A short but nice in understanding options prices | Time: 7:32

Examples on how to trade options with low capital | Time: 6:39

Covered Calls | Time: 14:59

### Resources

investopedia Put Options: Page

investopedia Call Options: Page

### Concepts and pratices

Options Trading Long and Short positions Page

### Mathematics

It's no secret that investing requires a lot of math underneath. This is even more evident in options.

The price of an option is calculated using the Block-Sholes Formula as shown:

$$C = S_t * N(\color{red}{D_1}\color{white}) - K_e^{-rt}*N(\color{red}D_2\color{white})$$

Where

• C = Call option price
• S = Current Stock Price
• K = Strike Price
• R = Risk-Free Interest Rate
• T = Time to maturity
• N = Normal Distribution

- Michael Gathara

### Selling Call and Puts options

Requires vast intial capital depending on which tickers you decide to trade

The Wheel Strategy | Time: 5:28

The Wheel Strategy expounded | Time: 12:01

### Primordal Particle Systems

How life emerges from a simple particle motion law | Time: 16:00

### Time Dilation

Saturday: April 18th, 2020

#### Summary:

Time Dilation is a subset of Einstein's special relativity theory. In a nutshell it says that an object moving fast(Close to light speed preferably) the slower it's time will seem to pass when observed by another object moving considerably slower.

### Resources

University of Pittsburg: Page

Oregon University: Page

Physics StackExchange: Page

### Equations

The Time Dilation Formula

${T}^{\text{'}}=\frac{T}{\sqrt{1-\frac{{v}^{2}}{{c}^{2}}}}$

Where:

${\mathrm{observer time}}^{\text{'}}=\frac{\mathrm{Proper time}}{\sqrt{1-\frac{{\mathrm{velocity}}^{2}}{{\mathrm{lightspeed}}^{2}}}}$

- Michael Gathara

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