Lifecell Options

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  1. ciwada says:

    I NEED HELP ……… Guidance about Stemcell Storage.?
    My wife is 36 weeks pregnant and we are thinking of Stemcell storage, out of the three companies offering the services, I am unable to decide upon the correct one. Please tell me as to which one is the best. My options are 1. CRYOBANK India, 2. LifeCell (India) and 3. Relicord Stembanking ( India).

  2. ciwada says:

    I NEED HELP ………Stemcell Storage in India?
    My wife is 36 weeks pregnant and we are thinking of Stem cell storage, out of the three companies offering the services, I am unable to decide upon the correct one. Please tell me as to which one is the best. My options are 1. CRYOBANK India, 2. LifeCell (India) and 3. Relicord Stembanking ( India).

    • Anonymous says:

      i would suggest lifeCell but other are also good one .. lifecell have affiliated with more than 50 hospitals and their service is good…just make sure which one is easy and good option for you..in the sense of fascilities and distance and pricing… you can visit the companies personally and inquire more..

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  7. Chris Cannam says:

    btw, I always found 3 or 5 options very workable in my pie menu, not just 2, 4 or 8.

    5 options with one of them at the top (as opposed to an option at the bottom and a divider at the top) fits quite nicely with the set of directions I can very easily move a mouse in — up, left and right with a bit of forward push, and two less common options at bottom.

    But I was younger and more agile then. And it's presumably very subjective.

    Chris

  8. John W says:

    The longer the time to maturity the bigger the chance that the option will reach the strike. This bigger chance is reflected in the price of the option as an added time premium. When the time to maturity decreases, that chance becomes smaller and the time premium of the option decreases as sqrt(t), where t is the time left until maturity.

    Example: if the time premium for an option that is three months out is $1, then time premium = $1 = constant * sqrt(3) => constant = 0.577
    Therefore:
    premium (2 months) = 0.577 * sqrt(2)= $ 0.816 (loss $0.184 in a month)
    premium (1 months) = 0.577 * sqrt(1)= $ 0.577 (loss $0.239 in a month)
    premium (0 months) = $ 0 (loss $0.577 in a month)

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