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Call option

• The right to purchase stock at a specified (exercise) price within a specified time period.

• A Call Option is the right to buy (but not the obligation) an underlying asset at a fixed price (called the exercise price) during a fixed time period. To obtain the call option, the buyer pays a premium to the seller. The seller of the call option has the obligation to deliver the asset and receive the exercise price.

• Is a contract whereby the purchaser, owner or holder is given the right but is not obligated to purchase the underlying security or commodity at a fixed strike price within a limited time frame.

• An option contract that gives its holder the right (but not the obligation) to purchase a specified number of shares of the underlying stock at the given strike price, on or before the expiration date of the contract.

• An option to purchase 100 common shares of a specific company on or before a specified future date at a stated price.

 
 

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Abandonment option
American option
American style option
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Bargain purchase price option
Binary option
Binomial option pricing model
Black option model
Black scholes option model
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Butterfly option spread
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Call protection
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Compound option
Conference call
Covered call
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Covered call writing strategy
Covered or hedge option strategies
Currency option
Deferred call
Delta hedge of an option
Delta of an option
Doubling option
Down and in option
Down and out option
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Embedded option
Equitize a margin call
European option
European style option
Exercise or option price
Exercising the option
Explicit option
First call
Foreign currency option
Futures option
Gamma of an option
Garmen kohlhagen option pricing model
Greenshoe option
Ho lee option model
Implicit option
Implied call
In the money option
Index and option market
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Lookback option
Margin call
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Tax deferral option
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Uncovered call
Virtual currency option
Wild card option
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Yield to call
Yield to call, option or event date

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