Whether you’re new to options trading or a seasoned trader seeking more info about InvestorsObserver and its services, you’ll find what you’re looking for in this comprehensive guide.
What are Multi-leg Trades?
Options trading can be so much more than buying and selling calls and puts, and it is our steadfast belief… Read More >
What is Option Selling?
When you sell an option, you will get the money from the sale up front, and your transaction will be… Read More >
What is Option Buying?
When you buy an option, you will pay cash up front, and for your transaction to be profitable usually you… Read More >
What is Exercise and Assignment?
Exercise The option buyer or holder may exercise his option at any time. Exercising a standard call will result in… Read More >
What is a Put Option?
A put option gives its holder the right, but not the obligation, to sell at the specified strike price, within… Read More >
What is a Call Option?
A call option gives its holder the right, but not the obligation, to purchase an asset at the specified strike… Read More >
What are Options?
An option can be simply defined as an agreement between two parties that allows the buyer to pay money up… Read More >
What is a Bear-Call Credit Spread?
A bear call spread also known as a bear call credit spread is very similar to a bull-put credit spread, except… Read More >
What is a Covered Call?
Covered calls are one of the more conservative trades an investor can make yet these trades can still make returns… Read More >
What is an Iron Condor?
An Iron Condor is a truly neutral options strategy. It combines two Vertical Credit Spreads, a Bull-Put Credit Spread with a… Read More >
What is a Vertical Credit Spread?
Vertical credit spreads are among more common multi-leg trades that InvestorsObserver offers. Spread trades since they use two or more option legs to create… Read More >
What is a Sold Put?
Sold Puts are one of the more conservative trades an investor can make yet these trades can still make returns… Read More >
What are Diagonal Spread Trades?
A diagonal spread trade has two option legs on the same underlying stock (or ETF) in different expiration months and… Read More >
What is a Bear-Put Debit Spread?
The flip side of a bull-call debit spread, bear-put debit spreads use put options to create a position with an… Read More >
What is a Bull-Call Debit Spread?
Debit spreads are trades where options traders invest a net debit up front and then look to close the trade… Read More >
What is a Long Put?
A long put is the purchase of a put option and operates similarly to a long call, but with a… Read More >
What is a Long Call?
One of the simplest options strategies is a long call, or simply the purchase of a call option. This is… Read More >
What are Strategies and Risk?
You’ve probably heard the warnings that options are risky, and most investors choose to avoid the options market completely. It’s… Read More >
What is a Bull-Put Credit Spread?
Bull Put Credit Spreads are one of the more common multi-leg trades that InvestorsObserver analysts utilize. Spread trades are positions… Read More >