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The price at which an underlying stock can be purchased or sold is called the strike price . This is the price a stock price must go above (for calls) or go below (for puts) before a position can be exercised for a profit. All of this must occur before the expiration date . In our example above, the strike price for the S&P 500 put option was 2250.

But apart from that, how will options trading benefit a stock trader compared to buying the actual share? This part is quite easy. Let’s assume this trader purchased an option to buy 100 shares of Company X for $21 three months from now.

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