STRIKE PRICE!!! As you learned earlier, the strike price represents a specific price condition for the underlying instrument. E…

STRIKE PRICE!!!

As you learned earlier, the strike price represents a specific price condition for the underlying instrument. Each instrument will have multiple strike prices. For example, if the Standard & Poor’s (S&P) futures are trading at 1200, there may be strike prices for 20 points up and 20 points down.

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Typically, there are strike prices available for two times the average daily range for each underlying security, both above and below its market price at any given time the market is open.

When traders purchase a certain strike price, they want the underlying instrument to be above that strike price at expiration so that they can receive the $100 settlement. Conversely, when traders sell a certain strike price, they want the underlying instrument to be below that price at expiration so that they can receive their $100 settlement. This will be explained
in greater detail in the subsequent sections.

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