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Common Questions

When should I think about closing a Call Option?
There’s no definitive “best time” to sell, as that will depend on your individual goals. However, it should be noted that Theta Decay starts to really ramp up in the final 6 weeks before expiration.
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What is the difference between the Intrinsic and Extrinsic value of an option?
Intrinsic value is reflective of the actual value of the strike price versus the current market price. Extrinsic value is made up of time until expiration, implied volatility, dividends and interest rate risks.
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How to decide on whether should I buy or sell Call or Put options?
If you are playing for a rise in volatility, then buying a put option is the better choice. However, if you are betting on volatility coming down then selling the call option is a better choice.
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Or do you just get lucky?

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Imran Lakha is the former head of European Options trading desks for Citigroup & Bank of America, and a graduate of the prestigious London School of Economics.

Simply put, he knows what works. More importantly, he knows how to teach it.