FAQ About Option Prices – Option Investment Loss FINRA Arbitration and Litigation Attorney:
The option price is the market price at which an option contract is trading at any given time. The price of an option on a stock reflects the fact that it covers 100 shares of the common stock. For example, an option that is quoted at $10 would cost $1,000, because it would be an option for 100 shares of stock at $10. The option price is determined by many factors, including its intrinsic value, time to expiration, volatility of the underlying stock, interest rates, dividends, and marketplace adjustments for supply and demand. Options on indices, debt instruments, currencies and commodities also have prices determined by many of the same factors.
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