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Here are some stock terms:

1. Gamma: Measures the rate of change in the delta of an option for each $1 change in the underlying asset.

2. Theta: Measures the rate at which an option loses its time value or extrinsic value over time.

3. Vega: Measures the sensitivity of an option’s price to changes in implied volatility.

4. Implied volatility: Refers to the level of volatility that the market is expecting in the future for a particular stock or option.

5. Strike price: Refers to the predetermined price at which the holder of an option can buy or sell the underlying asset.

6. Call option: Gives the holder the right, but not the obligation, to buy the underlying asset at a predetermined price by a certain date.

7. Put option: Gives the holder the right, but not the obligation, to sell the underlying asset at a predetermined price by a certain date.

8. In-the-money option: Refers to an option that has intrinsic value and would result in a profit for the holder if exercised immediately.

9. Out-of-the-money option: Refers to an option that has no intrinsic value and would not result in a profit for the holder if exercised immediately.

10. Market order: An order to buy or sell a security at the current market price.