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What is an option

                                    "period" means the future, "right" means rights, and an option contract is a contract that represents the rights of the future.

                                    Option trading is a right trade. 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 amount of the underlying asset to the option seller at a pre-determined price (execution price) at the contracted time. .

                                    The price of the option is called the premium. The premium is the price paid by an option buyer to an option seller to obtain the rights conferred by the option contract. For option buyers, regardless of where the future price of the underlying asset changes, the maximum loss it may face is simply a premium. This feature of options gives traders the ability to control investment risk. The option seller receives the option premium from the buyer as a return to market risk.