• Options trading on oil

    Consumers and producers of crude oil can manage crude oil price risk by purchasing and selling crude oil futures. Crude Oil producers can employ a short hedge to lock in a selling price for the crude oil they produce while businesses that require crude oil can utilize a long hedge to secure a purchase price for the commodity they need.

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    WTI Crude Oil options (LO) boast average daily volume of over 685,555 contracts, with 75% traded electronically, and open interest of ~ million contracts.

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    Options have a limited lifespan and are subjected to the effects of time decay. The value of a crude oil option, specifically the time value, gets eroded away as time passes. However, since trading is a zero sum game, time decay can be turned into an ally if one choose to be a seller of options instead of buying them.

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