Buying Call Options

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The buyer of a call option acquires the right, but not the obligation, to purchase (go long) a particular futures contract at a specified price at any time during the life of the option. Each option specifies the futures contract which may be purchased (known as the “underlying” futures contract) and the price at which it can be purchased (known as the “exercise” or “strike” price). A March Treasury bond 92 call option would convey the right to buy one March U.S. Treasury bond futures contract at a price of $92,000 at any time during the life of the option. One reason for buying call options is to profit from an anticipated increase in the underlying futures price. A call option buyer will realize a net profit if, upon...

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