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60 Seconds Strategy Binary Options

60 Seconds Strategy Binary Options

60 Seconds Strategy Binary Options 60 seconds strategy binary options is options, which have expiry time is one minute. It means, that you purchase option and already after one minute will have result.   Trade by 60 seconds turbo-options became so popular – and experienced traders and beginners work with it. Precisely this options allow ...

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Selling Covered Calls

covered calls

Selling Covered Calls Option Strategy When you are neutral on a stock or market and you want to generate additional income from your stock investments, there is an option strategy that is worth your consideration. The strategy involves selling covered calls on stocks or assets that you own and are ...

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Options: Pros and Cons

options pros and cons

Options: Pros and Cons Pros: Flexibility Limited risk Buying options limits your exposure. The maximum you can lose is the value of the option, the price you paid for it. Purchasing options as a speculative vehicle offers limited downside — you cannot lose more than the price you paid for ...

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Put – Call Ratio

The Put-Call Ratio is the number of put options traded divided by the number of call options traded in a given period. While typically the trading volume is used to compute the Put-Call Ratio, it is sometimes calculated using open interest volume or total dollar value instead. Weekly or monthly ...

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Options contract

A contract that, in exchange for the option price, gives the option buyer the right, but not the obligation, to buy (or sell) a financial asset at the exercise price from (or to) the option seller within a specified time period, or on a specified date (expiration date). Options education ...

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Embedded option

An option implicit in another instrument. The commonest are: call options embedded in bonds, which allow the issuer to redeem the bond early; the options implicit in bonds with sinking funds; the embedded put provisions in some bonds, that allow investors to put the bond back to the issuer at ...

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Derivative instruments

Contracts such as options and futures whose price is derived from the price of the underlying financial asset.

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Condor

Applies to derivative products. Option strategy consisting of both puts and calls at different strike prices to capitalize on a narrow range of volatility. The payoff diagram takes the shape of a bird. See also bull spread

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Bull Spread

An option strategy that achieves its maximum potential if the underlying security rises far enough, and has its maximum risk if the security falls far enough. An option with a lower striking price is bought and one with a higher striking price is sold, both generally having the same expiration ...

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Bear Spread

An option strategy that delivers its maximum profit when the underlying stock declines and has its maximum risk if the stock rises in price. The strategy can be implemented with either puts or calls. In either case, an option with a higher striking price is purchased and one with a ...

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