Call Options are options which give the holder the right to buy an asset (in contrast to a put option which is the right to sell an asset). Any option is either a call or a put option. For example, a European option on a stock can be issued as either a call if the holder has the right to buy the stock at a set price in the future or a put if the holder has the right to sell. The only exception is a Chooser Option, which can be either a put or a call depending on the choice of the option holder, please use the menu on the left to find out more about he specific option types.
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