A call option is a type of derivative contract that gives the right but not the obligation to buy an underlying asset like shares, commodities, currencies, and others at a pre-agreed price and date.
There are three components to a call option:
Candlesticks are technical charts used in trading to understand price movements.
CANSLIM is an acronym for a seven-step strategy to pick growth stocks by combining fundamental and technical analysis.
Capital expenditure or CapEx is the amount of money a company spends on maintaining, upgrading, or buying new assets like machinery, equipment, property, and others.
A capital gain is a profit that an investor or trader earns by selling an asset while a capital loss is the money a trader or investor loses after selling an asset. Capital gains are taxed while capital losses can be used to offset gains.
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