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  1. Arti says:

    An option contract is a form of a financial agreement that allows the writer to offer the rights to buy or sell an underlying to the buyer of the contract. To write a contract, the writer or issuer receives a premium. On the other hand, it allows the holder of the contract rights to buy or sell an asset at a future date on an agreed strike price. The expiration date you choose for the options contract has a significant role to play in forming a trading strategy. An option contract remains open until the expiration date. At any time, a stock has four expiration months – two near months and two further-out months. So, an option contract can remain in force for a maximum of four months. For put option holder, it’s the price to sell a security. For call options, it declares the price at which the buyer can purchase an underlier. For call options, it decla

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