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To become successful in the bond options market, it is important for professionals to gain a basic, yet thorough understanding of how options are priced, traded, and used in interest-rate risk and fixed-income portfolio management. Provides practical answers to questions that new participants will ask as they become more sophisticated in the bond option market. It describes the U.S. government bond options markets and discusses how options pricing and computer techlogies are used in market-making, strategic trading, and value investing. After introducing standard options termilogy, it provides background data on U.S. Treasury bonds, bond options pricing models, advanced pricing models, the fundamentals of bond options dealing, strategies driven by interest rate forecasts, the most widely used structured portfolio strategies involving options, and more.