You may have heard of these terms when trading options, "covered call" or "cash-secured puts". So, why are they named as such? "Covered Call" basically means that if you are a seller of a CALL option contract, you will need to own 100 shares of the underlying asset before you can sell a CALL option … Continue reading Why Are CALL and PUT Options Commonly Known As Covered CALL and Cash Secured PUT?
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