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Options Trading - Options trading is the advantages over other investment vehicles. The contracts give a shareholder the flexibility to place bets on specific market outcomes. Option contracts provide investors with an enormous amount of leverage. In the United States the number one option contract represents one hundred underlying allocation of stock documentation. In other countries, option contracts can be in multiples of one thousand times the underlying stock or commodity. Relatively small amounts of money, an option trader can control a very large underlying stock position. An option trader can make a bet that in six months a stock will trade high.

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Margin Trading - Margin Trading is a brokerage account that allows the investors to buy securities by borrowing a portion of the purchase price. The National Association of Securities Dealers (NADD), in the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), and the lending brokerage firm, governs margin accounts. Stocks purchased in two...

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