Options can be used in a variety of ways to help you reach your investment goals and objectives, although they are not for everyone. To learn more about options strategies, scroll through the strategy videos below:
What Are Options? | Covered Call AKA Covered Write, Buy/Write | Protective Put AKA Synthetic Long Call, Married Put
Long Collar AKA Protective Collar | Long Call AKA Buy Call | How Options Premium Affects Value
Options Assignment Explained | Options Expirations Explained | Options Pricing Explained
Work with your financial advisor to determine if options may be suitable for your portfolio and to create a customized solution to fit your needs.
Options involve unique risks, tax consequences and commission charges and are not suitable for all investors. When appropriate, options should comprise a modest portion of an investor's portfolio. No statement within this document should be construed as a recommendation to buy or sell a security or to provide investment advice. Prior to making any options transactions, investors must receive a copy of the Options Disclosure Document which may be obtained from your financial advisor. Supporting documentation will be supplied upon request.
The Options Industry Council is an independent organization and is not affiliated with Raymond James & Associates and Raymond James Financial Services.