|A strategy that involves buying stock shares and selling calls. If the calls are assigned, the investor must relinquish the shares.
The covered call can be established as one position or calls can be sold against an existing stock position.
A short call option position in which the writer owns the number of shares of the underlying stock represented by the option contracts. These generally limit the risk the writer takes because the stock does not have to be bought at the market price if the holder of the option decides to exercise it.
A type of call sold by an investor who owns 100 shares of stock; in the event the call is exercised, the investor has the shares to deliver, so that risk is lower than that with an uncovered call.
A put option position in which the option buyer is also short the corresponding stock or ...
An option is a type of derivative - its value is derived from an underlying asset, ...
Each stock is assigned a numerical limit based on its trading volume. The exam will give ...
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