A call option gives the buyer the right, but not the obligation, to buy assets at a certain price before a specific expiry date of an options contract. A buyer of a call contract wants the underlying stock to increase in value, while the seller of the call option wants the underlying stock to decrease in value.
Expiration is the date that the option contract expires. All options contracts are valid for a fixed duration. This is the lifespan of the option where the buyer has the right to exercise the option and the seller has the obligation to fulfill the terms of the option. [click to read more]
A combination of stock and call option strategy where equivalent number of stocks are purchased as that of lot size of the call of the same stock written simultaneously. This is a very popular strategy for traders/investors transition from stock trading to options tradi[click to read more]
A call options trading strategy in which a neutralized position is established by writing high premium near month out of the money calls and buying simultaneously further month at the money call option contracts to take advantage of time decay of near term calls. The mo[click to read more]