A Note on Investment Strategies Involving Options
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Defining the Terms
An option is the right, but not an obligation, to buy or sell a specific commodity on or before a specific date for a specific amount. Options are of two basic types - Call and Put. A call option gives the option holder the right, but not an obligation, to buy a given amount of an underlying asset on or before a certain date for a specified price...
This concept note deals in detail with the important investment strategies using options and explains how an investor can make profits not only from a rise in stock prices but also when the prices fall. If used judiciously, options can prove to be useful tools to hedge positions in shares...
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