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would expect the options with a theta of 66 to have lost a total of $330 of the $1,390 premium in time value over the course of 100 days without including any movement of the underlying asset A single point change in the volatility for Microsoft would equate to a change of $532 per option in value with the calculations normalized in dollars There are a few differences between call options and put options The main difference is that the put option is a limited risk, but in a way it is also a limited gain A call option can lose only the premium plus costs of trading, but can gain to in nity in price technically speaking A put option is limited in risk to the premium plus costs of trading; however, it is limited in gain because the underlying asset can only fall to zero Once the underlying asset has fallen to zero, the put option can no longer gain any value Puts also differ in that they most generally have a little less volume, especially in derivative options, and they often have a bit lower implied volatility This is not the case in Figure 412 but the overall market was in a period of high downside risk at the time of
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this model Most generally, small investors have a lower comfort level with put options than with call options because of the theory of shorting the underlying, especially when the underlying is not already owned Large investors and funds use purchase put options regularly for protection against price movement on underlying asset purchases A common strategy for buying put options is to use the put option as a presale for the underlying asset If an investor has reached a trading goal and is ready to liquidate the underlying asset but is unable for tax reasons to accept the capital gain for the current tax year, a strategy might be to buy a deep in-the-money put option that has little or no time value This option would not have to be exercised or liquidated until expiration and would give the investor the price desired without having to liquidate the underlying until a later date Put options are also excellent as an independent investment If you are expecting a market to go lower but are not ready or willing to accept the unlimited risk of the outright short underlying asset, the put option offers an excellent vehicle for taking advantage of falling markets It is often said that markets gain slowly and fall quickly With a put option you can take advantage of the fast and hard market moves lower without having to come up with margin immediately for a short sale on the underlying Put options do not offer any downside protection against volatility changes As volatility decreases, put options will lose premium or value just as their call option counterparts, and as volatility increases, put options will gain in value Also just as with a call option, if the market moves in the correct direction to build value in the put option, both time and volatility are risk factors against premium gains
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For the average investor, put options can often be confusing in that they give you the right to sell or be short the underlying asset The situation becomes more complicated when a put option enters expiration For equity options the expiration of a put option means that if the option is at or in the money, the investor must either have the underlying asset to sell in the amount represented by the put option or borrow the shares for a short sale from the brokerage house Borrowing the shares means that the investor must be prepared for the margin required for the short sale from the brokerage house The short sold underlying shares can be a substantial risk Investors who do not have the risk pro le for short selling the market should be warned prior to expiration and liquidate the option position There are usually transaction fees and margin fees associated with short selling that will go against any gains the option position might have made as well The call option buyer who exercises the option must purchase the underlying shares for cash or on margin, but the underlying asset can only fall to zero thus requiring that the call buyer maintain some form of limited risk This is because once a put option is exercised, the buyer is now short the underlying asset which has unlimited upside market potential and the risk must be margined accordingly Exercising put options is typically recommended only for substantial reasons such as a lack of volume that creates a wide spread between bid and offer or if the shares represented are already owned In most cases liquidating the option is preferable to exercising the option
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