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The two most common types of options are calls and puts: 1. Call options Calls give the buyer the right, but not the obligation, to buy the underlying asset at the strike price specified in the option contract. Investors buy calls when they believe the price of the underlying asset will increase and sell calls if they believe it will decrease.What is the difference between call and put options?
Call option and Put option are the two main types of options available in the derivatives market. A Call option is used when you expect the prices to increase/rise. A Put option is used when you expect the prices to decrease/fall. Warren Buffett has described derivatives as weapons of mass destruction.What are the benefits and drawbacks of call and put options?
Call options give the holder of the contract the right to purchase the underlying security, while put options give the holder the right to sell shares of the underlying security. Both can be used to let investors profit from movements in a stock’s price. However, there are very important differences in how they work.What is a put option?
Put option gives the buyer a right but not the obligation to sale the underlying asset at the strike price within the stipulated time period. The put option is taken only when investor thinks that the price of underlying asset will fall in future. For buying a put option we have to pay only the premium money not the price of the underlying asset.