I was browsing some old tutorials, especially the ones that ended with this guy |

Well, just to finish off **this** tutorial.

## BFA War Campaign Research Explained

Here's the thing:

- You buy a call option for
**C**= $4.06 with strike price**K**= $25.00. It expires in**T**= 143 days.*Bockchain understanding the technology of bitcoin and cryptocurrency* - That gives you the right to buy the stock at $25 any time over the next 143 days.
- If you
__do__excercise the option , then you've paid**K**+**C**= $25.00 + $4.06 = $ for each share.## Artifact Research Notes

Uh ... yes, but let's ignore the cost of buying and excercising the option.

The point is, you might be asking yourself:

*"What are the chances that the stock price will be greater than $ in 143 days?"*

We could, but I'd rather ask: *"How rapidly must the stock price increase over the next 143 days in order to reach that magic number: $?"*

If we find that the stock must increase at the rate of, say, 50% per year, we might look for other options.

For example, if the stock price (when you buy the option) is $28.07, then it's got 143 days to get to $$.

That's an increase of (29.06/28.07)^{(365/143)} -1 = 0.0925 or 9.25% on an annualized basis.

Yes, but if the current stock price were $15.45 then we'd require an annual rate of (29.06/15.45)^{(365/143)} -1 = 0.50 or 50%.

Unlikely ...

Nevertheless, it's interesting to play with this spreadsheet:

Well, there's an Explain sheet that says everything:

Commodities and securities regulatory agencies in the u.s about cryptocurrencies