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Options: Letting it expire or sell when profiting?

Do you let your options expire or would you sell it before you let it expire if you're profiting (meaning you're in the green - market is going towards the correct direction you anticipated). If you ...
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Are there any investment strategies which take advantage of an in-the-money option price that incorporates no “time value”?

I'm not sure if "time value" is the correct term, but if an option (still at least several months from expiry) is trading at the difference between its underlying stock's price and its strike price, ...
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Options strategy - When stocks go opposite of your purchase?

I'm a bit new to options and would like to ask for someone's strategy opinion. Lets say that you buy a call at an expiration date 2 months or so from now, and in a few days you see the stock go flat ...
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What option-related strategies are better suited to increasing return potential?

At this time I buy and hold stocks. In the few coming months I am considering a change in my investment strategy. If I reduce my diversification that will increase my risk. My financial coach ...
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Strategies to recover from a bad short-term call options purchase where the underlying dropped instead?

If I bought some short-term call options on an expectation that the underlying stock would go up, but instead the underlying stock declined some, shortly after my options purchase, what choices are ...