Strike Prices – Here’s Everything You Need to Know

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Options are defined as the right to buy or sell an underlying asset at a specified price by a specified date.

But in reality, they are so much more than that…

Trading options is the fastest and most lucrative way to make money in this market. In fact, just last week, my readers had the chance to make over 80% in just two hours.

Options are your ticket to the life of your dreams. That’s why today, I’m going to break down the most crucial part of trading options. This single aspect could make or break your trade.

Here’s everything you need to know…


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Good trading,


Tom Gentile

America’s #1 Pattern Trader

7 Responses to “Strike Prices – Here’s Everything You Need to Know”

  1. Milambo Gaudence

    Hi Tom Gentile, Thanks for the video presentation on Strike Prices as related to Calls as well as to Puts. You explained it in an easy way to understand. I have never traded Options before, but you have made me feel confident that in the near future, I will be able to execute options trades like a pro. I am here to stay, learn and make millions of money.

  2. I have great respect for Tom but why is it that for everything avaialbel you have to charge $2495.00 or more. Can’t there be a situation where you give your followers any opportunity to make money first with just three trades that would or could be successful. Don’t you think I and everyone else would gladely pay the membership amount and follow your suggestions to this system and maybe others. Give some one abreak instead of focusing on getting the large memberdship amount upfront. I get the impression you would rather make money on the membership cost rather than helping people.

  3. This example above with Calls and Puts with the stock on Apple — completely confused and I am struggling to understand -why on a Call with Apple example @ $248.82 – that the $245 would be in-the money, when it is below the strike price. I though Call options are above the strike price. Then on Puts it was the opposite-the price for in-the-money went above the strike price — not below. I am sorry for being so dumb but this really shook my understanding of Calls and Puts. I have done a lot of research and they all give the same definition on calls and puts. However, in dealing with calls and puts option with your various program, I have notice that in some cases the Calls act like puts – meaning when the price goes down on the call your are in the money and again with puts – when the price goes up slightly over the strike price you are in the money. Can you help an old man out. I love the programs, I want to understand it better.

  4. Thanks for this video AND the ability to stop/pause it in order to take notes. Previously thought I had it down but thanks to this video I WAS WRONG !!! Thanks again. I rate this video a 10 since I’m a complete beginner.

  5. Tom — I know you don’t drive the Money Map prices, but must say I agree with Aaron. I’ve lost $5000 on two of your colleagues’ platforms who have systems that don’t work and didn’t fit my needs. But the company wouldn’t transfer those funds to your platforms, which do work. This is a burr in my saddle everytime I get a recommendation from your colleagues and makes me less enthusiastic about MM. I would have rather put the money into your basket but coming in blind to Money Map and how your systems work, I didn’t know what worked the best for me. Now I do, but I’m out 5K.

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