it's crucial for any trader to have the right knowledge of currency trading before actually engaging in a live trade. The foreign exchange market can be dangerous if you're not careful and especially so if you come in unprepared. Although there are only about 3% of real achievers in foreign exchange trading, the people in this 3% are all out there trading and ready to take on amateurs. This situation is hard to escape for most beginners but if you learn to use options, you might be able to escape from this.
The first thing you need to learn in understanding how options work is the option formula. With this formula, you'll be able to understand more the functions of the options and how's this tool used in trading. This will only be a run-through so be sure to read from more resources online and offline to learn more about the formula.
The formula is composed of five Greek letters, Theta, Rho, Vega, Delta and Gamma. Theta is responsible for displaying the effects of time decay in the currency being sold. Rho clearly represents the manner in which the interest rates affect the stock. Vega is in charged of representing market volatility and indicating whether the option is a short or long one. If it's a long option, Vega becomes negative and becomes positive if the option is short. Delta represents the market movement and Gamma indicates whether there is a near change to the Delta or not.