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Optimize Your Options Trading on CFI Multi-Asset

Trade Options on U.S. Securities with CFI Multi-Asset, the advanced platform that lets you trade your way. Access multiple markets and trade types, analyze powerful charts powered by TradingView, and easily execute trades inside the platform.

Optimize Your Options Trading on CFI Multi-Asset

Reasons to Trade Options at CFI

Trade options with advanced charting, low contract fees, and effective risk-management features.


Call and Put Options

Trade both sides of the market and use a wider range of strategies with Call and Put options.

Low Fees

Trade options with a reliable broker and highly-competitive fees as low as $1 per contract.

Build Strategies

Build and fine-tune your strategies by choosing your strike and trade size.

Multiple Trade Types

Trade options, CFDs, and local/global stocks, all under one platform.

Limit Your Risk

Cap your minimum risk when you buy options by only paying the premium.

Risk Management

Analyze your positions with built-in Greeks including Gamma, Vega, and Theta indicators.

What is Options Trading?

Options trading involves the buying and selling of financial contracts called options. These contracts give the holder the right, but not the obligation, to buy or sell an underlying asset at a set price, if it moves beyond that price within a set timeframe. Watch the video to learn more.

What is Options Trading?

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  • Long Call

    Buying a call option with the expectation that the underlying asset's price will rise, providing the opportunity to profit from the price increase.

  • Long Put

    Buying a put option with the anticipation that the underlying asset's price will fall, allowing the option holder to benefit from the price decline.

  • Long Straddle

    The simultaneous purchase of a call option and a put option with the same strike price and expiration date, used to profit from significant price movement in either direction.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Equity options (options on stocks) trade during normal stock market hours. This is typically 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. EST.

There are 2 types of options - Call Options and Put Options.

Call Options give you the right, but not the obligation, to buy an option contract. Meanwhile, Put Options give you the right, but not the obligation, to sell an option contract.

The Strike price, also called as purchase price, is the price at which the underlying instrument of a particular option can be purchased. For a call option, it is the price at which the underlying instrument can be bought, while for a put option, it is the price at which the underlying instrument can be sold.

The expiry date of an option is the date on which the option contract becomes invalid or ceases to exist. It is the last day on which the option holder can exercise their right to buy or sell the underlying asset. After the expiry date, the option is no longer valid, and any rights associated with it expire.

The main difference between American and European-style options is the exercise timing. American options can be exercised at any time before or at expiration, allowing for early exercise. In contrast, European options can only be exercised at the expiration date, with no provision for early exercise.

Option Greeks are a set of parameters used to measure the sensitivity of option prices to various factors. They help traders assess and manage the risks associated with options positions. The main Option Greeks are:

Delta (Δ), Gamma (Γ), Theta (Θ), Vega (ν), Rho (ρ)

Option Greeks are crucial for option traders as they provide insights into how changes in underlying price, time, volatility, and interest rates can affect options. Traders use these metrics to make informed decisions, manage risks, and develop strategic positions in the options market.

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