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Roni Israelov, the President of investment firm Ndvr and the author of several academic papers on derivatives, says 2020 has brought a big uptick in options contracts for individual stocks.‘Going to Vegas:’ Newbie options traders face a reckoning as the tech stock rally fades|Jeff|September 14, 2020|Fortune
Indeed, Randy Frederick, Charles Schwab’s vice president of trading and derivatives, argues the latest tech correction can largely be chalked up to, “without a doubt, the fact that things had gotten very, very expensive.”
The Financial Times, Wall Street Journal and Zero Hedge reported that SoftBank was making massive bets on technology stocks using equity derivatives.
The FT later reported that SoftBank is sitting on trading gains of about $4 billion from founder Masayoshi Son’s bets on equity derivatives, citing people with direct knowledge of the matter.
These are derivative contracts that an investor, usually an insurance company, can buy as a way of further hedging their risks from natural disasters.Insurers are getting nervous as Hurricane Laura is set to make landfall as a powerful Category 4 storm|Jeremy Kahn|August 26, 2020|Fortune
These movies follow a number of those derivative action movie prescriptions.Young Adult Novel Adaptations Put Mainstream Blockbusters to Shame|Amy Zimmerman|June 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, the morphine derivative is the most addictive drug in its class.
Of course these are derivative, too, almost as though Serra were his own pupil, or a forger of his own pieces.
The new idea of making the said Dorito shell spicier and adding a splash of lime is derivative at best.
Some of those owners are outside your country, so you don't even get derivative benefits.
Those who hold that the species were the basis of the ancient Modes or harmoniai must regard the keys as derivative.The Modes of Ancient Greek Music|David Binning Monro
The derivative law in this case depends not solely on laws, but on a collocation; and collocations cannot be reduced to any law.
In the example in question, we know the causes on which the derivative uniformity depends.
Some are ultimate properties, others derivative; of some, no cause can be assigned, but others are manifestly dependent on causes.
It is a derivative word, from Algonkin, and gan the penultimate syllable of the Odjibwa term Sa-g--gan, a lake.The Indian in his Wigwam|Henry R. Schoolcraft
British Dictionary definitions for derivative
- Also called: differential coefficient, first derivative the change of a function, f(x), with respect to an infinitesimally small change in the independent variable, x; the limit of [f(a + Δ x)–f(a)] / Δ x, at x = a, as the increment, Δ x, tends to 0. Symbols: df(x)/d x, f′(x), Df(x)the derivative of x n is nx n–1
- the rate of change of one quantity with respect to anothervelocity is the derivative of distance with respect to time