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Option theory price calculation

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Call Option: 0.0000                                              Put option: 0.0000

SSE 50ETF Volatility

Updated: July 13
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  • Volatility in January: 24.53%
  • Volatility in March: 20.12%
  • Volatility in recent June: 20.48%
  • Volatility in the past 1 year: 16.95%
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What is an option?

                                    "Phase" means the future, "right" means rights, and option contracts are a contract that represents future rights.

                                    An option transaction is a right transaction. In an option transaction, the option buyer, after paying a fee, acquires the right granted by the option contract to buy or sell a certain number of underlying assets to the option seller at a predetermined price (execution price) at the time specified in the contract. .

                                    The price of an option is called a premium. The premium is the fee paid by the option buyer to the option seller for the rights granted by the option contract. For the option buyer, regardless of where the price of the future underlying asset changes, the biggest possible loss is only the premium. This feature of the option gives the trader the ability to control the investment risk. The option seller receives the option premium from the buyer as a return on market risk.