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Shanghai 50ETF volatility

Updated: December 22
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  • Near January volatility: 16.57%
  • Nearly 3 months Volatility: 13.2%
  • Nearly 6 months Volatility: 12.15%
  • Nearly 1 year Volatility: 10.96%
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What is an option

                                    "Period" means the future, "right" means the right, the option contract is a contract representing the future rights.

                                    Options trading is a kind of right transaction. In an option transaction, the option buyer, after paying a fee, is entitled to the option contract to buy or sell a certain quantity of the underlying asset to the option seller at a predetermined price (strike price) at the contractual time .

                                    The price of the option is called the premium. The premium is the fee paid by the option buyer to the option seller for the rights granted by the option contract. For the option buyer, no matter what position the price of the underlying asset changes in the future, the biggest loss it may face is only royalties. This feature of options gives traders the ability to control investment risk. The option seller, on the other hand, receives the option premium from the buyer as a return on the market risk.