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Trading Versus Stock Trading

Stocks give you a small piece of ownership in the company. Options are just contracts that give you the right to buy or sell the stock at a specific price by a specific date. This is the main difference between stocks and options. There are always two sides for every option transaction: a buyer and a seller. For every call or put option purchased, there is always someone else selling it.

By buying a stock, a trader may loose the maximum (all invested into stock funds) if the underlying company bankrupts. It does not likely happen over night and stock buyer trading risk is not big. If a stock buyer buys ETFs shares (index shares) the trading risk becomes even less, since index shares tracks underlying index that even theoretically cannot drop to zero. Stock selling is more risky in comparison to the stock buying. It involves certain margin requirements. A stock seller could be pressed to closed position by margin call and stock seller can loose more than he/she received for the sold stock.

Options trading involves a much grater risk then the stock trading. The maximum potential loss for buying options is 100% of the premiums paid for those options. On the other hand the maximum loss for selling options is theoretically unlimited and as a rule options seller is bound by much stronger margin requirements than the stock seller.

The potential gain from the options trading is bigger in comparison to the potential profit from the stock trading. The options portfolio has potential to grow much faster, however, the price for that is a much grater risk.

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