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Buying a call option ("a call") gives you the right, but not the obligation, to purchase an underlying security at a predetermined price for a certain time period. Call options are available in various strikes and expiration dates...
OEX Options - OEX is the ticker symbol for the S&P 100 Index ("Standard and Poors S&P 100 Stock Index"). OEX options allow traders to speculate on the movement of the OEX...
Straddle Options Trading - A straddle may be bought when a trader expects a large market move but is unsure of its probable direction. The strategy is usually applied in a flat market when volatility is low...
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Systematic Risk is market risk due to factors that cannot be eliminated by diversification.
Basis Risk: Basis Risk is the risk associated with an unexpected widening or narrowing of basis between the time a hedge position is established and the time that it is lifted.
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