Single option

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Single option

A single put option or call option, as opposed to a spread or straddle, which involves multiple puts and calls.

Single Option

An option contract. Unlike more complex spreads and straddles, which involve the purchase or sale of multiple options in order to profit in different ways, a single option is a straightforward call or put. An investor in a single option makes a profit or loss depending on the movement of the underlying asset.
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