Single option

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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Againstwelshassembly Parliament has voted down every single option, all that is left is the no deal exit.
UNHCR anticipates entering into an agreement with a partner for a term of three (3) years with a single option to renew for two (2) more years.
And, without a plan for succession, an agency paints itself into a corner with a single option. Is selling vs.
In fact, the administration seems wedded to a single option -- the ratcheting up of sanctions to starve the Maduro regime of financial resources and force its downfall.
'Punjab police are only left with a single option and that is to bring change and betterment in Thana Culture.
"every single tool, every single option remains on the table" even though the Lima Group of Latin American countries has rejected such a scenario and the US lacks support for such a measure from the United Nations Security Council, he told the Chilean broadcaster Mega TV.
Convinced that, for large 4x4s at least, diesel remains the only sensible engine choice, Mitsubishi offers just a single option, a proven 2.4-litre turbocharged unit.
Mr Field said: "Every single option for improving Birkenhead's transport links deserves to be considered carefully.
3If you could add a single option to your car, what would it be and why?
WordRake doesn't always appreciate context: for "is consistent with," WordRake proposed a single option, "follows," which sometimes made sense and sometimes didn't.
Contrary to some views, no single option is always best or always worst.

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