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locked in a substantial loss because with the new closer in premium sales, the underlying value cannot recover to the original level against the new short premium
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The covered call and put spreads are popular strategies and are excellent methods of bringing in option premium and opposing delta against existing positions to reduce costs or margin requirements by bringing premium cash against the position Covered call and put positions have the same risk pro le as the outright underlying or a naked short option position because of the unlimited risk of the position Risk management for covered call and put positions should be the same as for any outright stock or futures position With the covered call, to avoid secondary exposure to the short option, consider using an order-triggers-order type for exiting the positions If the underlying position is stopped out, the option position should be liquidated according to your instructions Be careful not to overleverage because of the premium captured in short options The reduced margin from the covered call frees up capital, but make certain that you are not beyond the total margin available should the options expire and the underlying is left outright
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Bull call and bear put spreads are vertical limited-risk spreads that are excellent for offsetting time value and decreasing volatility risk Each spread is created by purchasing an option closer to the current
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market and selling an option farther away from the market on a one-to-one ratio The purpose of the spread is to create a position in the market that has a window in which it can make a pro t and have completely limited risk exposure
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Let s look at an example of a bull call spread used in the CBOT corn market Futures markets make excellent examples for many option spread positions because of the overall market volatility and leverage In Figure 67 you can see the option chain for CBOT corn options for July with 85 days remaining and September with 141 days remaining For our bull call spread example, we will use the September options If you are new to futures trading, you will notice that the quote prices are different The corn options in this option chain are quoted in whole numbers representing 1 cent per bushel and then 1/8 cents after the apostrophe CBOT corn is a 5,000-bushel contract with each cent of option value representing 1 cent per bushel or $50 So the September 420 call
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option is 47 0 cents per bushel or $2,350 You will often see grain options quoted without any designation for whole points rather than 1/8 points so if the 420 call was quoted as 470, the result would be the same If the option was quoted at 47 4 (or 474) it would be 471/2 or $2,375 Assume a hypothetical purchase of the September 420 call at 47 0 Then to create the bull call spread, we sell the September 470 call at 29 0 We have spent $2,350 on the purchase of the 420 call option, and by selling the 470 call option, we capture premium in the amount of $1,450 giving us a net purchase price of 19 0 or $950 The bull call spread is limited risk because if the underlying futures remain below 420 at expiration, then both the 420 and 470 call options would remain out of the money and expire as worthless If the market is above 470 at expiration, then both options would be in the money, and the long futures obtained from the exercise of the 420 call would be offset by the short created when the 470 is exercised The maximum pro t potential of the position is the difference between the spread prices and the original premium and costs of trading Upper strike price lower strike price premium paid maximum pro t 470 420 19 31 or $1,550
We paid 19 cents for the trade, so as with any purchased option, add the premium paid to the purchased strike price for the breakeven on the trade; in this case that would be 439 on the underlying futures
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