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Potential upside and downside: The short call caps the potential upside of this strategy at $755, which occurs at any stock price above $65 per share. That profit comprises the $555 profit on the long call and the $755 premium from the short call. The net cost of the trade is $855, which is the potential total downside if the stock stays below $55 per share.
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Trading naked options doesn't allow you the protection or room for the trade to go against you for a period of time. Many times stocks trade sideways and if you trade just calls and puts naked then you don't have much wiggle room for the trade to form.
Strategies for options trading range from the simple to the complex — from basic one-legged trades to the four-legged monsters — but all strategies are based on just two basic option types: calls and puts. Each has its own upsides and downsides, and you might want to refresh your understanding of what a call option is and what a put option is.
Example: XYZ stock trades at $55 per share. A call at a $65 strike is available for $7, and a put at a $95 strike is available for $7, each with an expiration in six months. Here’s the payoff profile of one long strangle.