Options directional strategies

Neutral strategies in options trading are employed when the options trader does not know whether the underlying stock price will rise or fall. Also known as non-directional strategies, they are so named because the potential to profit does not depend on whether the underlying stock price will go upwards or downwards. Rather, the correct neutral strategy to employ depends on the expected volatility of the underlying stock price.

Directional Options Strategies and Trade Management - CBOE

In finance an option strategy is the purchase and/or sale of one or various option positions and possibly an underlying position.

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If you are very bullish on a particular stock for the long term and is looking to purchase the stock but feels that it is slightly overvalued at the moment, then you may want to consider writing put options on the stock as a means to acquire it at a discount.. [Read on.]

Options strategies can favor movements in the underlying that are bullish, bearish or neutral. In the case of neutral strategies, they can be further classified into those that are bullish on volatility and those that are bearish on volatility. The option positions used can be long and/or short positions in calls and/or puts at various strikes.

If you are investing the Peter Lynch style, trying to predict the next multi-bagger, then you would want to find out more about LEAPS® and why I consider them to be a great option for investing in the next Microsoft®.. [Read on.]

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This trade will be profitable if the stock closes on expiry above $656. If the stock's closing price on expiry is $665, the $655 put option will expire worthless while the $675 put option will end at $65 a share, or $6555 per contract. Hence a total profit of $6955 - 6555 = $955.

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