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Strike Price

A price at which the stock or commodity underlying a call or put option can be purchased (in the case of a call) or sold (for a put) over the specified period.

Additional Comments:

For instance, a call contract may allow the buyer to purchase 1,000 shares of ABC at any time in the next three months at an exercise (strike) price of $75.

Related Terms:

Refers to the option writer's (seller's) obligation to sell or buy a stock or other financial ...

Out of the Money
Refers to an options contract that has no intrinsic value; for instance, a call option whose ...

The receipt of an exercise notice by an option writer that requires him or her to ...

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