Should i buy the call/put options of which the strike price is same as market price or higher/lower?

March 13, 2011 by  
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Supposing i they do not have predicted to exert the option and I only want to remove benefit from the commerce options. Inc. E. g Apple is of $ 100 and I hope that " levantarse". Thus am wise I who to buy the option of Inc. purchase of Apple, that the price of exercise is of $ 80? Or he is wiser to buy purchase option that the price of exercise is of $ 120? And the strategy of sale option? Thanks.

Options Trading Strategies: Should I Exercise My “In The Money” Stock Options?

October 29, 2010 by  
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Exercise options?

September 19, 2010 by  
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Theoretical situation, I buy a August call with a $40 strike price. I purchase 10 contracts (1,000 shares) at $1. 00. The stock rises to $45/share. Now from here I have two options I can either a) Exercise the option and purchase the shares or b) I can sell the contracts basically writing a new contract. Here’s the question if I did not have enough money to cover the position through margin how could I benefit from options if at all? Because if I choose choice B(sell the contracts) I run the risk of having the obligation to have to sell (shares that I don’t have). My question, what option strategy can I implement where I only need to come up with the upfront premium and never have to worry about covering a position? I don’t have the money to exercise or perform the obligation if the person I write the contract to exercises, What should I do? (Is there a situation in which I would NEVER have to buy the actual underlying security and I could just trade the contracts?)

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