The amount per share that an option buyer pays to the seller. The option premium...
The price of an optionÐthe sum of money that the option buyer pays and the option seller receives for the rights granted by the option.
It is the price paid by a buyer to acquire the option right. The amount is typically expressed as pence per share.
The price paid per share by an option buyer to the seller.
The difference between the strike price and the price of the underlying security. Consists of intrinsic value and time value.
The amount per share paid by an option buyer to the seller. An option premium that is quoted at 2 1/8 means an option buyer would pay $212.50 for an option contract controlling 100 shares.
The price paid by the buyer to the seller of an option.
The price a buyer pays (and a seller receives) for an option. Premiums are arrived at through open outcry. There are two components in determing this price—extrinsic (or time) value and intrinsic value.
the money, securities, or property the buyer pays to the writer (i.e., grantor) of an option for granting an option contract. The option premium does not include the broker's commission and other transaction fees.
The price a buyer pays for an option. Premiums are arrived at through open competition between buyers and sellers on the trading floor of the exchange.
The money, securities, or property the buyer pays to the writer (grantor) for granting an option contract, thus conveying the rights of the option to the buyer.
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The dollar amount paid to the seller ( writer) for an option. This amount is determined generally by supply and demand, duration of the contract and volatility of the underlying share price.
This is the price of an option.
Price paid by the buyer to the seller of the option for the right to buy or sell a given currency at the strike price for the specified period of time.
The price paid for an option is known as the premium; the strike price is the pre-determined price at which an option may be exercised.
The price which is paid to purchase an option.
The market price of an option that is paid by an option buyer to the option writer (seller) for the right to buy (call) or sell (put) the underlying security at a specified price (called "strike price" or "exercise price") by the option's expiration date. The premium is set by the supply and demand of option traders as they evaluate the underlying security's future market value. Premium prices are quoted in increments of eighths or sixteenths. See: Call Option; Expiration Date; Options; Option Writer; Put Option; Strike Price; Underlying Security
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Amount per share paid by an option buyer to an option seller for the right to buy (call) or sell (put) the underlying security at a particular price within a specified period.
Price of an option. An option premium is equivalent to the sum of its intrinsic value and its time value. Since an option is comparable to a conventional insurance, the price corresponds to an insurance premium.