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|Options Clearing Corporation: Established in 1973, the organization processes and guarantees the standardized options contracts that trade on the U.S. options exchanges. ...
|The lowest price at which the market-maker is willing to sell. ...
|A trade that serves to cancel or offset some or all of the market risk of an open position. ...
|On The Opening
|(OPG) - Designed to take advantage of odd market movements that might accompany the opening. If an order is not present in the trading crowd ...
|A brokerage firm that allows clients to trade over the Internet using Web-based trading platforms. ...
|An order that will be executed when a market moves to its designated price. ...
|An active trade with corresponding unrealized P/L, which has not been offset by an equal and opposite deal. ...
|An open-end fund sells shares on a continuous basis. Mutual funds are the most conventional type of open-end fund. ...
|The risk of an investment expressed as a comparison with another competing investment. ...
|The price of an option; the amount of money that the option holder pays for the rights and the option writer receives for the obligations ...
|The seller of an option (naked). ...
|These are calls that may or may not happen. They may or may not be in part or in whole because nobody knows for sure ...
|An option is a type of derivative - its value is derived from an underlying asset, such as a stock. The party that buys the ...
|A tool used by options traders to compute theoretical prices, volatility, delta, and the other so-called Greeks. ...
|Options are sold in contracts; 1 contract is equal to 100 shares. The quoted price of an option is "per share". ...
|Options Expiration Day
|Options cease trading on the third Friday of their expiration month and expire at 11:59AM Central Time on the Saturday after the third Friday of ...
|Out of the Money
|Refers to an options contract that has no intrinsic value; for instance, a call option whose exercise price is above the current market price of ...
|Over The Counter
|(OTC) Used to describe any transaction that is not conducted over an exchange. ...
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