Questions tagged [put-options]

This tag is to be used for any question on put-options. i.e. an agreement or right to sell a stock or commodity at a specific price. Related tags [call-options, options, options-assignment, option-exercise] should be used when appropriate.

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Present value of exercise price & call-put parity

Call-put parity looks as follows: [value of call] + [PV of exercise price] = [value of put] + [share price] *from Brealey, Myers, Allen "Principles of corporate finance" Take an example: share ...
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Why doesn't cumulative call open interest and cumulative put open interest inform future stock directionality?

For example, how come the ratio of total puts and calls doesn't accurately inform of the stock's future movement?
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Profit from a decline in a sector

I know that put options are "safest" bet when anticipating a stock to decline. But what of a sector, say energy, to decline over a long period of time (> 1 year). Are there additional options ...
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Understanding Put Warrants on SET (Thai) exchange

I have having trouble understanding exactly how these derivative products work. For example this one. I understand that the European exercise style means that they can only be exercised on the ...
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Selling Put Contracts

When selling a put option when is the contract fulfilled? Is it at any time between now and the expiration date, or is it only on the expiration date? For example, if I sell 1 put option for Dec 15 (...
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How is the time-premium on PUT options calculated

I have some PUT options in AAPL, and I thought I understood how options pricing worked on a basic level but I must be missing something. Today the AAPL stock dropped $3.38, and I expected my PUT ...
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What strike to choose if I want to sell weekly calls against a long LEAP put

I am looking at this strategy of selling weekly calls against long LEAP put options The strategy seems good to me. Quite an improvement over the regular collar strategy. What I do not get is why ...
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Covered call and put options as separate trades

Let's say I write a covered call and a buy separate put option. After a period of time, the call expires, leaving me with the underlying stock. Thereafter, the market price went down and I can ...
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Selling deep-in-the-money puts

I bought 1000 shares of xyz stock for $2.70 ($2,700) and it started dropping value soon after to $2.50. I can sell deep-in-the-money puts ($7.00 strike) currently for $4.20 per option. Meaning I would ...
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What value should be used for a TrailingStop $ for a PUT Option in eTrade trading platform?

I have a PUT contract for a XYZ stock with a strike price of $160. I'm speculating that the stock price of XYZ can go down in the next few weeks. I would like to set up a TrailingStop order for a $ ...
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Buying a PUT OPTION in the Out Of The Money

The scenario is this. The price of a XYZ stock is $150. I speculate that the stock price can go to $200 and then retreat to $160 in six months. Is it possible to buy a PUT OPTION at strike price $199 ...
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Put Option Value when a company liquidates

If you buy PUT options and then the company liquidates itself (please note I am not asking about bankruptcy)? What are your prospects? Do you get your value for your in-the-money puts, and if so, how?...
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Time value on puts close to expiration

Let's say it is Tuesday and a 75 strike, monthly put expires Friday. Its bid/ask are .30 x .50. The current stock price is 79.86. Implied volatility is 61%. Delta is -0.15. Why is the put so elevated ...
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Is legging into bull credit spread a good strategy?

Let's say I've written at put at 50 (naked put). The stock price has come down from 57 to 52. I want to reduce my exposure. Is buying a put and creating a credit spread a good strategy for this ...
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Delta hedge a put option without a long position on the underlying stock

I'm fairly new in this field so if I make a mistake please correct me. I have a beginners question about hedging. The delta of a put option is always negative so to delta hedge a put option I would ...
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Explicit margin requirement for RPUT ETF?

I read RPUT ETF prospectus and there is this paragraph: The number of RUT Puts sold by the Fund varies month to month but is limited by the amount held by the Fund in Treasury bills, the value of ...
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What's wrong with this margin calculation?

I'm calculating margin on put selling options using TDAmeritrade's formula. It can be found here on p.11: https://www.tdameritrade.com/retail-en_us/resources/pdf/AMTD086.pdf Using the first example ...
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Stocks, Options, and Income Tax

It is my understanding that if an investor owns a stock and sells a qualified covered call then dividends from the stock are still qualified. However, if an investor owns a stock and buys a put option ...
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Can I buy put options on an ADR?

A stock is listed on Tokyo Stock Exchange. I want to buy put options on it - how can I do that? Or is short selling an ADR my only possibility?
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If a put seller closes early, what happens to the buyer?

If an investor buys a put option to protect their long position, but the seller closes the position before expiration (if it gets close to being in the money), does that eliminate the buyer's "...
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Value of put if underlying stays below strike?

If ABC stock is trading at $5 and I buy the Jan 15 strike put for $8.25, what happens to the value of this put at expiration if ABC only meandered between $5 to $7 during the entire period?
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Put-Call parity - what is the difference between the two representations?

I have seen these two terms for put-call parity: S + P = C +Ke^(-rT) S + P = C + K/(1+r)^T Which one is the correct formula? When to use each of them? What is the diffrence?
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What is the effect of a short stock position on the value of an option?

I'm reading the book "Option Volatility and Pricing" by Natenberg and there is a paragraph I'm having trouble understanding. Chapter 7 (Risk Measurement 1), Page 98, Paragraph 2: The value of a ...
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Why is the Strike Price so low on some Puts

I am using Robinhood and looking at buying a put for BYND. The current stock price is around $93.00, but most of the puts I find have a strike price in the $40's. I can't find anything with a ...
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Arbitrage strategy for a given put option price

Binomial Option pricing model question In the following question, S0 = stock price at time t = 0, u = up factor, d = down factor. r = risk free interest rate. Stock price at time t = 1 is either S0*...
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What happens to long otm oex puts if you exercise them?

Since OEX index options are cash settled and are American style, what would happen if you decided to exercise an out of the money put? Would you end up paying the difference between the strike and ...
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Insuring against a drop in ETF using Put option

I am new to finance, markets and various financial securities. I just started with some Khan Academy Videos and Udemy courses. Our professor introduced the concept of using a Put Option to establish a ...
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Understanding Put Options

I would like to verify that I have a correct understanding of hedging using a put option contract. For stock XYZ, the current price is $12.50. When I look at the options trading table, it appears ...
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Choosing a strike price when you sell a short combo

Often different stocks that I want to short are not on my broker's "easy-to-borrow" list, so they are unavailable for shorting. A couple weeks ago I got serious about option trading and I found out ...
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How to Calculate the Expected Move of a Stock

I've been trying to determine how to calculate the expected move of a stock, and I've found there are several ways to do this but most of my findings usually lead me to this formula: Unfortunately ...
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By pass the 100% limit in shorting: Capitalising on a Market Crash

I want to short a cryptocurrency that is highly overvalued. Let say its current value as of now is $10,000 , my intuition say that sometime next year like Feb its going to fall significantly to about $...
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Hedging a long/short equity position with options?

If an individual was considering: LONG 100 AAPL shares at 150 SHORT 100 APPL shares at 150 How could he/she hedge the directional risk with options for those two trades? And what would be the ...
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A basic put option example

If I buy 100 shares of XYZ at 18$ and a put option with one month to go at a strike of 19$ for 45 cents, then my total expense is 1845$ . Now do I have a guaranteed profit of 1900 - 1845 = 55 $ in a ...

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