BCI PODCAST 55 Expiration Dates Versus Expiration Times Clarifications – The Blue Collar Investor

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Expiration dates define the last time option traders can take action whereas expiration times specify when an option-contract becomes null and void. Understanding the differences can impact how we manage our trades. This podcast also explains the mechanism of the Options Clearing Corporation (OCC) and details how and when an out-of-the-money strikes may be exercised after contract expiration.

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Watch Video: Listen To Audio Version: Expiration dates define the last time option traders can take action whereas expiration times specify when an option-contract becomes null and void. Understanding the differences can impact how we manage our trades. This podcast also explains the mechanism of the Options Clearing Corporation (OCC) and details how and when
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