Non compensatory stock options


Ratio Calendar Combination - A strategy consisting of a simultaneous position of a ratio calendar spread using calls and a similar position using puts, where the striking price of the calls is greater than the striking price of the puts.

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Barrier Options - Exotic options which comes into existence or goes out of existence when certain prices has been reached. Read More About Barrier Options Here!

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Marked-To-Model - A valuation method using financial models for level 7 assets, which are less liquid assets that are hard to value due to an absence of a readily available market.

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Bear Spread - an option strategy that makes its maximum profit when the underlying stock declines and has its maximum risk if the stock rises in price. The strategy can be implemented with either puts or calls. In either case, an option with a higher striking price is purchased and one with a lower striking price is sold, both options generally having the same expiration date. See also Bull Spread. Option Strategy Library.

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Synthetic Put - A security which some brokerage firms offer to their customers. The broker sells stock short and buys a call, while the customer receives the synthetic put. This is not a listed security, but a secondary market is available as long as there is a secondary market in the calls.

Hedge - Transactions that will protect against loss through a compensatory price movement. Read All About Hedging Here!

Strike Arbitrage - An options arbitrage strategy that locks in discrepancies in options pricing between strike prices for a risk-free arbitrage. Read More About Strike Arbitrage.

Covered Warrant - the term used for structured warrants that works almost exactly the same as call options and put options. Read about the Differences Between Warrants & Options.

Horizontal Call Time Spread - An option strategy in which longer term at the money call options are bought and short term at the money call options are written in order to profit when the underlying stock remains stagnant. Read the tutorial on Horizontal Call Time Spread.

Physically Settled Option - An option which the actual underlying asset exchange hands when exercised. Read more about Physically Settled Options.


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