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1/28/ · When you buy a call, you pay the option premium in exchange for the right to buy shares at a fixed price (strike price) on or before a certain date (expiration date). Investors most often buy calls. Call options are a type of security that give the owner the right to buy shares of a stock or an index at a certain price by a certain date. That "certain price" is called the strike price, and that "certain date" is called the expiration date. A call option is defined by the following 4 characteristics: There is an underlying stock or index. If the price of YHOO rises above $40 by the expiration date, to say $45, then your call options are still "in-the-money" by $5 and you can exercise your option and buy shares of YHOO at $40 and immediately sell them at the market price of $45 for a $3 profit per share.

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3/20/ There is a neat trick I learned from a hedge fund trader, and that is Swing Trading deep in the money call options. Here is what this means: first off swing trading means: holding a stock or an option for a time period of one week to one month. 1/28/ · When you buy a call, you pay the option premium in exchange for the right to buy shares at a fixed price (strike price) on or before a certain date (expiration date). Investors most often buy calls. 1/8/ · Conversely, "out of the money" call options are options whose underlying asset's price is currently below the strike price, making the option slightly riskier but also blogger.com: Anne Sraders.

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1/8/ · Conversely, "out of the money" call options are options whose underlying asset's price is currently below the strike price, making the option slightly riskier but also blogger.com: Anne Sraders. Call options are a type of security that give the owner the right to buy shares of a stock or an index at a certain price by a certain date. That "certain price" is called the strike price, and that "certain date" is called the expiration date. A call option is defined by the following 4 characteristics: There is an underlying stock or index. If the price of YHOO rises above $40 by the expiration date, to say $45, then your call options are still "in-the-money" by $5 and you can exercise your option and buy shares of YHOO at $40 and immediately sell them at the market price of $45 for a $3 profit per share.

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The straddle (that’s when you buy to open a call and a put at the same strike price in the same expiration month, or you could instead sell to open both options) in the closest at-the-money strike in the December weeklies—$—trades for about $3. 3/20/ There is a neat trick I learned from a hedge fund trader, and that is Swing Trading deep in the money call options. Here is what this means: first off swing trading means: holding a stock or an option for a time period of one week to one month. You can think of a call option as a bet that the underlying asset is going to rise in value. The following example illustrates how a call option trade works. Assume that you think XYZ stock in the above figure is going to trade above $30 per share by the expiration date, the third Friday [ ].

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The straddle (that’s when you buy to open a call and a put at the same strike price in the same expiration month, or you could instead sell to open both options) in the closest at-the-money strike in the December weeklies—$—trades for about $3. Call options are a type of security that give the owner the right to buy shares of a stock or an index at a certain price by a certain date. That "certain price" is called the strike price, and that "certain date" is called the expiration date. A call option is defined by the following 4 characteristics: There is an underlying stock or index. If the price of YHOO rises above $40 by the expiration date, to say $45, then your call options are still "in-the-money" by $5 and you can exercise your option and buy shares of YHOO at $40 and immediately sell them at the market price of $45 for a $3 profit per share.