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hedging strategies: Original post by Rocco Pendola of Demand Media Buying a call option reflects bullish sentiment just like purchasing shares of stock. When you buy a call, your position has the best chance at a profit if the option's underlying stock rises in value. The main difference between the two strategies is the capital required to execute the trade; buying an option contract always requires less money than…

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