What is Options Trading. How it Works?

[Education] Options Trading

What is Options Trading?

Options trading allows you to buy or sell stocks, ETFs etc. at a specific price within a specific date. This type of trading also gives buyers the flexibility to not buy the security at the specified price or date.

While it is a little more complex than stock trading, options can help you make relatively larger profits if the price of the security goes up. That’s because you don’t have to pay the full price for the security in an options contract. In the same way, options trading can restrict your losses if the price of the security goes down, which is known as hedging.

  • Minimum Investment:  $1
  • Potential Return, up to: 95%
  • Expiration Time: 60 Second – end of Month
  • Brokerage Fees: $0

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