use of call_and_put_options

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A “Put Option” as understood in common parlance is an option to sell. A “Put Option” is an Investor’s exit/liquidity option by way of which an Investor can, on the happening of a “Put Trigger” event, compel the promoter/ shareholder of Company to buy its shares either wholly or partly, at a valuation, agreed between the parties. A “Put Option” has become a popular exit option in business practice and has found expression by way was a “Put Option” Clause in Share Holders Agreement (SSA) or Share Subscription Agreements (SHA). This right to sell is not vested in a shareholder by way of law but is a creation of contractual arrangement between the parties. Thus if “Put Option” is not provided in the SSA or SHA then the investor/ shareholder cannot exercise such right to sell.

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Option VolatilityBy John Summa, CTA, PhD, Founder of OptionsNerd.comhttp://www.investopedia.com/university/optionvolatility/default.aspThanks very much for downloading the printable version of this tutorial.As always, we welcome any feedback or suggestions.http://www.investopedia.com/contact.aspxTable Of Contents1) Option Volatility: Introduction2) Option Volatility: Why Is It Important?3) Option Volatility: Historical Volatility4) Option Volatility: Projected or Implied Volatility5) Option Volatility: Valuation6) Option Volatility: Strategies and Volatility7) Option Volatility: Vertical Skews and Horizontal Skews8) Option Volatility: Predicting Big Price Moves9) Option Volatility: Contrarian Indicator10) Option Volatility: ConclusionIntroductionMany beginning options traders never quite understand the serious implicationsthat volatility can have for the buying strategies they are considering.Some of the blame for this lack of understanding can be put on the poorly writtenbooks on this topic, most of which offer options strategies boilerplate instead ofany real insights into how markets actually work in relation to volatility. However,if you're ignoring volatility, you may only have yourself to blame for negativesurprises.In this tutorial, we'll show you how to incorporate the "what if" scenariosregarding changing volatility into your trading. Clearly, movements of theunderlying price can work through Delta (the sensitivity of an option's price to

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