Buying Call Options

By: George Angell

From George Angell's "Sure Thing Option Trading Secrets for Everyone" DVD, the following is a clip highlighting the upside and downside profit potential when buying call options. George explains why call buying is highly speculative, and he shares strategies that can be used to reduce risk and recoup costs.

 

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