From Open Risk Manual

Concepts common to all option contracts and their corresponding transactions. An option gives one party (the holder) the right to purchase or sell the underlying commodity at a given time or times in the future (as determined by the exercise convention), if they choose to do so. Includes option features, these being definitions of how the option comes into or ceases being in force when a given event occurs along with a range of other variations.

Pages in category "Options"

The following 92 pages are in this category, out of 92 total.