Single option

(redirected from Single Options)

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.
References in periodicals archive ?
Manual - Configure every single options all by yourself from scenes, white balance, flash, resolution, HDR, image stabiliser and ISO.
Volvo has also made an effort to reduce the number of single options and group them to form packs, to increase residual value.
We commence a design by preparing a range of sketch solutions and appraise these to pursue single options, or as is more probable hybrid solutions that embrace a number of the positive ideas.
All single options and option pack prices are unaffected.
Consistent with the single-option paradigm, Mintzberg and Waters focus on how decision makers adopt single options, noting that the single behaviour may or may not have involved prior commitment (Mintzberg and Waters, 1990: 5, italics in the original).
More progress has been made in the development of methods for analysis of single options, typically by surfacing underlying implicit assumptions (Argyris 1982; Brown 1990; Mason and Mitroff 1981; Rieke and Sillars 1984; Schon 1983).

Full browser ?