8.6

Acquire Stock

This strategy allows an investor to purchase stock at the lower of strike price or market price during the life of the option.

The cash-secured put involves writing a put option and simultaneously setting aside the cash to buy the stock if assigned.

This strategy is appropriate for a stock considered to be fairly valued.

This strategy combines a longer-term bullish outlook with a near-term neutral/bearish outlook.

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