|Trading in financial products always involves a risk. As a general rule, you should therefore only trade in financial products if you understand the products and the risks associated with them.
Option trading is highly speculative and is not suitable for all investors due to the risks involved. Buyers and sellers of Options should familiarize themselves with the type of option (i.e. put or call, bought or sold) they intend to trade and the associated risks.
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