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<p>Stock Options Trading has been popular for a while now, but since the
development of binary options trading at anyoptionâ„¢, stock options
trading is at a new level. The three main differences between traditional
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with a smaller investment, less knowledge of the stock market is required
and you cannot change the expiry time of your asset after you buy your
stock option.</p>
<p>Many traders prefer this way of stock options trading, as they feel
that there are less risks involved. Investors that are attracted to stock
options trading often choose anyoptionâ„¢, because they can make high
returns, even in a bearish (falling) market. This is one of the key
characteristics of stock options trading with us.</p>
<p><strong> Calls in Stock Options Trading?</strong></p>
<p>At anyoptionâ„¢, you can either employ a Call or a Put during your
stock options trading experience. You would employ a Call on you option
if you believe that the underlying asset, such as Microsoft, will be
higher at the predetermined expiry time. Stock options trading with us is
unique, as there are numerous stocks to choose from. For example, Coca
Cola, Nike Inc, Check Point and Apple.</p>
<p>If you happen to place a $100 Call on Coca Cola, and if it expires
above the strike price (price at which you bought the option), then it is
in-the-money. Thus you would receive $170, a profit of 70%. Therefore,
stock options trading at anyoptionâ„¢ is similar to forex options
trading, indices options trading and commodities options trading.<br>
<strong>Puts in Stock Options Trading?</strong><br> If you decide to
employ a Put during your stock options trading experience, then you are
intending that your chosen asset, such as British Petroleum, will finish
trading lower than the strike price at the expiry time. Please note that
stock options trading encompasses much skill, as you have to select the
asset, expiry time (end-of-hour, end-of-day, end-of-week or end-of-month)
and the expected direction that you expect the stock option to move.</p>
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<p>Therefore, if you have an understanding of stock options trading and
decide to place a Put, then even if the asset your chosen asset doesn't
finish trading below the initial price, you are still liable for a 15%
return of your initial investment. Please note that in this case your
trade would be out-of-the-money. This is the unique aspect of trading
binary options and stock options trading at anyoptionâ„¢.</p>
<p><strong>Terminology of Stock Options Trading</strong></p>
<p>One of the most important aspects of stock options trading is
understanding the terminology. You must take into account that despite
the terminology of stock options trading being simple; misunderstanding a
small part of it can be costly. As a result, by reading the following
will greatly assist you during your stock options trading experience:</p>
<p><strong>Underlying asset</strong> – For example, Microsoft<br>
<strong>Investment </strong>– funds you invest in the bought stock
option<br> <strong>Strike price</strong> – the price at which the
option is bought<br> <strong>Expiry time</strong> – time when the
option expires<br> <strong>Return </strong>– the profit made from
investment<br> <strong>Expiry level</strong> – the level that the stock
option expires at the expiry time</p>
<p>Understanding the terminology above will greatly assist you in stock
options trading.</p>
<p><strong>The Future of Stock Options Trading</strong></p>
<p>Many traders often wonder what is the future of stock options trading?
The truth is this is a very good question. By looking at recent trends,
the future of stock options trading looks very bright. The thing that has
worked in favor of stock options trading in recent years is the high
market volatility. So as long as this continues, which is very likely,
then the popularity of stock options trading and binary options trading
as a whole is likely to continue.</p>
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<p>Stock Options Tradinghas been popular for a while now, but since the
development of binary options trading at anyoptionâ„¢, stock options
trading is at a new level. The three main differences between traditional
stock options trading and stock options trading with us is that you can
begin trading with a smaller investment, less knowledge of the stock
market is required and you cannot change the expiry time of your asset
after you buy your stock option. Many traders prefer this way of stock
options trading, as they feel that there are less risks involved.
Investors that are attracted to stock options trading often choose
anyoptionâ„¢, because they can make high returns, even in a bearish
(falling) market. This is one of the key characteristics of stock options
trading with us.</p>
<p><strong>Calls in</strong><strong> Stock Options Trading?</strong></p>
<p>At anyoptionâ„¢, you can either employ a Call or a Put during your
stock options trading experience. You would employ a Call on you option
if you believe that the underlying asset, such as Microsoft, will be
higher at the predetermined expiry time. Stock options trading with us is
unique, as there are numerous stocks to choose from. For example, Coca
Cola, Nike Inc, Check Point and Apple. If you happen to place a $100 Call
on Coca Cola, and if it expires above the strike price (price at which
you bought the option), then it is in-the-money. Thus you would receive
$170, a profit of 70%. Therefore, stock options trading at anyoptionâ„¢
is similar to forex options trading, indices options trading and
commodities options trading.</p>
<p><strong>Puts in</strong><strong> Stock Options Trading?</strong></p>
<p>If you decide to employ a Put during your stock options trading
experience, then you are intending that your chosen asset, such as
British Petroleum, will finish trading lower than the strike price at the
expiry time. Please note that stock options trading encompasses much
skill, as you have to select the asset, expiry time (end-of-hour, end-of-
day, end-of-week or end-of-month) and the expected direction that you
expect the stock option to move. Therefore, if you have an understanding
of stock options trading and decide to place a Put, then even if the
asset your chosen asset doesn't finish trading below the initial price,
you are still liable for a 15% return of your initial investment. Please
note that in this case your trade would be out-of-the-money. This is the
unique aspect of trading binary options and stock options trading at
anyoptionâ„¢.</p>
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