Add, Subtract, Multiply, Divide What is the value of a call or put option?
A Call option represents the right but not the requirement to purchase a set number of shares of stock at a pre-determined 'strike price' before the option reaches its expiration date.
A call option is purchased in hopes that the underlying stock price will rise well above the strike price, at which point you may choose to exercise the option.
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Exercising a call option is the financial equivalent of simultaneously purchasing the shares at the strike price and immediately selling them at the now higher market price. A Put options calculator represents the right but not the requirement to sell a set number of shares of stock which you do not yet own at a pre-determined 'strike price' before the option reaches its expiration date.
A put option is purchased in hopes that the underlying stock price will drop well below the strike options calculator, at which point you may choose to exercise the option. It is based on information and assumptions provided by you regarding your goals, expectations and financial situation.
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