Options trading Q: If I buy a Dec 10 call option, do I have to sell it as a Dec 10 option? related questions

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Options trading Q: If I buy a Dec 10 call option, do I have to sell it as a Dec 10 option?0rhodium2012-10-05 19:00:17
Or I can sell it as an option for a different month ? Thanks , I'm new options .
What is meant by Put option and Call option in share trading?2Melonie2012-08-31 12:20:02
Explain in simple words or tell me a website where you can only know the basics of these options.
Stock Call Option question: What determines how many avg daily trades a Call option has?1ericka2012-09-29 04:32:02
I thought it would be based on the average daily volume of the population - The higher the level of stocks , the greater the volume of options. But I compared the volume of option trades some populations with different APP 4000000 avg daily trades and it seems that the activity of choice for one may be very low and the other high.
For options trading, how do I calculate what the premium price of the call option will be for each point the s?0Chucky2012-07-13 22:14:02
Do you know about call-put option stratigies in option trading Plz tell me some of them?0adesola2012-10-13 00:17:40
Do you know about stratigies option - put in options trading Plz tell me some of them ?
What happens if I buy a call option then sell it?0fiat2012-10-09 22:02:32
For example , say you buy a call option contract is trading at 25 cents per share ( $ 25 total) . If the value of this option increases to 30 cents per share before expiration and sell it , I'm completely out of position ? Or am I forced to pay then that option should be on the money ?
Suppose you purchase a call option on a stock. the strike price is $75 and the option contract costs $3. what?0Mile2012-08-25 01:09:19
is the total gain (loss ) in dollars if the trading price of the stock is : MedlinePlus one . B $ 50 . C $ 60. $ 70 d . E $ 72. $ 75 f . G $ 78. H $ 80. $ 85
What are option trades? (Call option & Put Option)?0Aalisha2012-08-04 17:48:02
I have been reading a few things online but they dont make sense. Can someone please explain everything about option trades to me? Call option and Put option in specific.
If I write an option call, can I sell it later?1Bree2012-11-02 17:13:01
Hey guys , I'm looking to start making the spread options trading, but I'm still confused about what can and can not do . I understand that if I buy a call option , I can sell later , but if I write a call option , then I can sell ? I use my OptionsHouse as brokerage . Besides, I need a margin account to trade spreads ?
Can some one show me by example how buy to put option works or buy to call option?0scooby doo2012-09-03 08:21:02
I want to change options but all these sites but no examples explain . What to buy to market and sell and buy everything you mean something else? MedlinePlus I like a couple of options that I see going up. So what method I can use . I see the exercise price and the feeling that these actions will never come. What should I do ? MedlinePlus thanks
Why did my option call option decline so much?0Njeri2012-07-13 03:45:02
I am on investopedia's simulator playing a game, trying to get the hang of options, so let me explain what happened: 1. I bought the option HTZ1216F13, in the last half hour of trading on 5/29/12 (today) 2. it was 1.15 per option and I bought 40 ($4600) 3. HTZ stock high was at 13.87 for that period 4. HTZ closed at 13.84 for the day. 5. I think the option should have an approximate delta of about .6, but it declined all the way to 1.10/option (.05/option drop in value) for only .03 move in stock!!!?????? (if a 1.00 move in stock would give me about .60 move in option contract price, then .03 move in stock would be about (.006*3) or .018, but my option moved about triple that, which would mean the delta is also about triple) CAN ANYONE EXPLAIN WHAT HAPPENED???! Thank you so much
If option premium is above current stock price can you sell call, use premium to buy more, and repeat endless?0 색깔을 나타내는 단어 2012-10-08 01:18:52
Scenario - you own 100 shares of XYZ to trade 1.00. You can write a call for a premium of 2.10 with an exercise price of 2.50 . Can you write the call , use the premium to buy more shares , write another call , and do this continuously until the interest is over? Why would anyone pay a large premium compared to the current exercise price and the value of the underlying stock ?

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