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Where is premium in option chain

An option chain has two sections: calls and puts. A call option gives the right to buy a stock while a put gives the right to sell a stock. The price of an options contract is called the premium, which is the upfront fee that an investor pays for purchasing the option.

How do I check my options premium?

It is equal to the difference between the strike or exercise price and the asset's current market value when the difference is positive.

How do you find the premium on a call option?

Understanding Premium Pricing\n\n The intrinsic value is the difference between the current price of the security and the strike price. For instance, if a call option is purchased with a strike price of $40 on a security currently trading at $50, the intrinsic value of the premium is $50 minus $40 or $10.

Where is option premium in Zerodha?

Options Premium shown under the funds tab in Kite is the total or net premium received from shorting/writing options. The Cash margin available is inclusive of this amount, but the breakdown is provided as option premium here.

What is premium in call option?

The call premium is the amount above par value an investor receives when the debt issuer redeems the security earlier than its maturity date. The call premium is paid to investors as compensation for the lost future income on the bond investment.