I want to learn about buying stock options. Is my idea (below) correct on how it works?

March 20, 2011 by  
Filed under Option Trading

I have a stock trading account and I have been playing with the “d? To the negotiation?” N “for populations of about 2 for years now. I have taught? Ado certain strategies I use and I’m very c? So most? To increase my selections? soon after? s to buy an action? n. Now I’m interested in stock options. Here? est? my understanding. . . If I find a population? N currently trading at $ 30 and I think the population? N increase? 10% in the future pr? maximum, I can buy, say 100 shares at $ 30 ($ 3,000) and the expectation of an increase of 10%, or I can buy an extraordinary choice for purchase (100 shares) in a fraction? n the $ 30 – maybe $ 1 per share? n = $ 100. This extraordinary choice gives me the right to buy 100 shares at 30 d? Dollars, even if / when the price increased by 10% to $ 33. At that time, then you can buy 100 shares at $ 30 ($ 3,000) and immediately sell 100 shares at $ 33 ($ 3,300). I lose the $ 100 for the option “to buy, but I make a difference of $ 300 with a net of $ 200. I stand to lose the original $ 100 if the price does not rise, but do not have to invest a total of $ 3,000 to which is a sure profit maker.? Is this the idea b? Music of stock options?