Todays video is about options for stock market beginners. The stock market for beginners can be confusing, and stock options are about the most confusing thing in the stock market. I hope this video help you in understanding options.
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Question please, the expiration date with strike price premium plus what lever bid is gonna be the date of sell or just we can sell daily?? I know is not smart question but please I do need help with answers. Thank you very much
OK, I will try and EXPLAIN OPTIONS for you ONCE AND FOR ALL, in the EASIEST WAY POSSIBLE, let's begin…
There is ONE man named Appleman, he owns ONE STOCK of APPLE that costs 10 DOLLARS
There is ANOTHER MAN named BOB, BOB thinks the APPLE stock will GO UP in about ONE MONTH from $10 o $30 (because they will release the new amazing iPhone X and people will love it and make the stock price go up)
However, Appleman THINKS that the STOCK PRICE will GO DOWN in ONE MONTH(because he thinks iPhone X will be a great failure or the CEO will die)
So BOB makes a CONTRACT with Appleman saying “After one month NO MATTER WHAT HAPPENS to the STOCK PRICE, you HAVE TO GUARANTEE to SELL ONE APPLE STOCK to me for 15 DOLLARS ONLY. This 15 Dollar is called the STRIKE PRICE.
Appleman says “OK I will RESERVE ONE STOCK FOR YOU and FREEZE its PRICE at 15 DOLLARS, but to have that PRIVILEGE or OPTION of having that stock RESERVED FOR YOU will COST YOU A NON-REFUNDABLE FEE. This fee is called a PREMIUM (like when you reserve a table at a fancy restaurant you have to pay a small fee, in case you don't show up, and the trouble they go through)
The PREMIUM is calculated by STRIKE PRICE ($15) MINUS CURRENT PRICE ($10) = 5 DOLLARS
Bob PAYS Appleman 5 DOLLARS as a NON-Refundable PREMIUM.
After ONE MONTH PASSES. The stock price GOES UP to 30 DOLLARS. Now Appleman is LEGALLY FORCED to SELL ONE APPLE STOCK to BOB for the FROZEN RESERVED PRICE, which is ONLY 15 DOLLARS. Remember NO MATTER WHAT HAPPENS TO THE PRICE it doesn't matter, the STRIKE PRICE which was AGREED ON is FROZEN at the beginning of the contract.
NOW Bob PAYS Apple man ONLY 15 DOLLARS to BUY the ONE APPLE STOCK. So he buys it at $15 even though it is NOW VALUED AT $30! So he pays 15 DOLLARS then SELLS it for 30 DOLLARS, making 15 DOLLARS PROFIT!
However, don’t forget he paid that initial 5 DOLLARS Premium fee. So subtract that from the profit.
TOTAL CALCULATION: He SPENT: Premium Fee $5 + Frozen Striking Price of 15$ = $20 Dollars TOTAL SPENT
But then SOLD IT for $30 - 30 - 20 = 10 dollars. HE MADE 10 FUCKIN DOLLARS FROM THIS WHOLE SHENANANGAN!
PLEASE LET ME KNOW IF THIS SOLVED THE OPTION MYSTERY ONCE AND FOR ALL!
First 5 minutes of this video are annoying af. Just keeps talking about how complicated and confusing options are instead of just explaining them. They're actually not that hard to understand if you explain them right. Jeeez. Makes me question your competency since its so difficult to you.
Hopefully u got rid of the go pro call or put it's only at 5 brutha lol anyway u did explain it to where I understood good job ! I have a fb group I'd like you to join it's called "day trading stocks springfield mo" I'd like for you to post some things about markets every once in awhile . I just started it so please dont judge it's a work in progress hahaha
For beginners but starts saying call and put from the beginning without defining them. Then says bullish and bearish in the definitions as if we should already know this. I thought this was for beginners!
This video could easily have been made in 5-10 minutes! Thank you for the attempt at a how to video but please have a set script before hand. I could not focus on anything you were saying because I was so frustrated with the rambling... I had to watch this video at 1.75x speed just to attempt to see if you had any helpful content by the end.
Why do these courses have to be so expensive? I understand the amount of time it takes, but people that are interested in learning about the market, only have a few dollars to begin investing. How can they pay for a course that may or may not give them financial security? Share the knowledge for free, help poor people!!!!
good job explaining the basics of options. one suggestion that may be helpful would be to show some numbers on a chalkboard or white out board. putting numbers to verbal teaching can help reinforce the information being taught :) overrall a good beginner video. thanks for taking time to teach
At it's heart, I think this is being complicated a bit. I'm a total "noob" at this but I think the core concept is pretty simple to grasp.
A stock option is simply an option to buy or sell a stock at an agreed upon price.
I buy a call option for stock XYZ at 50 cents per option. The strike price is $1. What this means is that I have the option to buy 100 shares of XYZ at $1 and for that option I pay .50
SO if I buy 1 option to buy 100 shares of stock at $1... that option costs me $50. The premium is applied per share of stock. The person who sells that call option is saying "I don't think this stock will be worth more than $1 per share when the option expires". For that wager, they are willing to let you pay them 50 cents per share now, for the ability to buy the stock at $1 a share in the future (by the deadline) if the stock is at or over $1.
So lets work this out. I buy one stock option for XYZ stock and I pay $50 for it (.50 per share). The option expires in 15 days. When the 15th day rolls around, XYZ is trading at $2.50 per share. I now have the option to buy all 100 shares at $1 per share for a total investment of $150 for 100 shares of XYZ (which is now worth $250). I made $100 on this option.
If the stock were at exactly $1 per share, I could buy the shares but in the end I'd be paying $1.50 per share because I've already spend 50 cents per share for the option to buy it.
If the stock is worth less than $1 per share, you do not get the option to buy it at all and the person who sold you the call option gets to keep your $50.
Put options work in reverse:
If you feel a stock will not be worth less than the option amount, you sell a put for that amount. If you feel XYZ will never be worth less than $1, then you can sell a put for say 10 cents per share. If the stock falls below $1 per share during the time frame, the put owner can exercise it and make you buy 100 shares of that stock at the $1 figure thus making you pay more than the stock is worth. If the share price of XYZ never goes below $1, you keep the money you sold the put option for.
This was a great video, very easy to understand. I thank you very much :) I'm really glad I didn't care how many times you said "guys" , or I would have missed important information. Maybe you could throw in "gals" here and there too ? Us gals trade too :)
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What if the maker of the options gets massive loss and doesn't have money to pay back? Are the options makers usually big banks or can regular investors make them too? Do you need to buy the company shares to create options or is it just gambling how the share price goes without investing to the actual company? Would really appreciate answer if someone understands this stuff
Options trading is a good addition to a strategy of diversification. This video is very good. It seems like a lot of teachers want to teach you how to build the clock instead of just telling you how to tell what time it is
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