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Can someone give me a breakdown of call and put on Robinhood

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15/04/2021 - 01:38

So basically I just got interested in stock options but am so confused where to start. I use Robinhood and basically I bought $18 worth of a stock. Call me stupid or whatever I really dgaf, but. Anyway could someone explain to me what happens now: I bought 1 contract of NFLX $700 Call 5/15 buy (or it says it’s pending as of now). So does this mean if the stock price is over $700 on May 15th (which is obviously highly unlikely: NFLX is $412 rn) that I would make a bunch of money? I realize that this was stupid to do but I am trying to learn. Can anyone just give me the run down   submitted by   /u/VickyRoBy [link]   [comments]


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    I tried to post this to r/Robinhood but it keeps getting deleted. Yesterday I had around $1,752 in buying power (I do not have margin trading enabled) and buy a an option call for $1,750 leaving me with $2 and some change for buying power. When I woke up this morning, some of my stocks transferred to Fidelity (purposefully) during AH but I also had a deficit of $1600+ in buying power... I did not set the cash to transfer to Fidelity (it is not there anyway) nor is it in my account. Has anyone seen this issue before? I'm reading other posts in similar situations and I'm starting to get concerned.   submitted by   /u/Ceph1234 [link]   [comments]
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  35. GE Stock Split Help (02/08/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    So, first I'm using Robinhood for this, so I want to know if this is a Robinhood bug or how it works on that platform. (Using Robinhood because it was easy to dip my toe into the stock market. I have grand total of $600 in the stock market through Robinhood.) So I had 5 shares of GE before they split their stock. I understood that after the split, I'd have less shares than I currently do. That makes sense to me. I'm pretty sure that since the split causes the stock price to go up, I didn't have enough shares after the split to own a full share. I had thought that I would have had 0.xx shares? The way it states right now, all the money from those shares are no longer in my account and I have no shares at all of GE. Did I think this wrong or is Robinhood either taking a while to process this or have an issue in their system?   submitted by   /u/wabbits_foot [link]   [comments]
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  36. Melissa Lee DESTROYS Citadel and Robinhood! | MUST SEE (08/07/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Retail boom and bust? SEC scrutiny into Robinhood, Dennis Kelleher, Better Markets CEO, joins CNBC's "Fast Money" to discuss SEC scrutiny into free-trading app Robinhood. #Citadel #Robinhood #RetailBoom #MarketManipulation #Stonks #MemeStocks #AMC #GME #MelissaLee #CNBC #DennisKelleher #IllegalPractice SHOW LESS   submitted by   /u/SkyTraderStocks [link]   [comments]
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  37. Breaking: Robinhood reportedly files confidential IPO (23/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Robinhood Markets Inc. has filed for a confidential initial public offering with the Securities and Exchange Commission, according to a report late Tuesday - by Bloomberg. Robinhood is moving forward with its IPO although its listing plans could change, said people familiar with the matter. Source: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-03-23/robinhood-is-said-to-have-filed-confidentially-for-u-s-ipo   submitted by   /u/ShubhamG77 [link]   [comments]
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  38. how to close an iron butterfly if it’s not getting filled (07/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    My position: AT&T 4/8: Sell $30 call, sell $30 put Buy $30.5 call Buy $29.5 put Basically, I have a 29.5-30.5 iron butterfly. I opened it and got a $48 credit and locked up $50 for collateral. However, AT&T is at around $30.90 right now and I really don’t want to be assigned after hours on expiry, so I want to close. I’m on Robinhood. However, I can’t seem to get filled at $50 ($0.50), and the 4-option strategy is currently trading at $0.53 (bid ask is between 0.48 and 0.56). Is there any way I can close so my max loss is $2 instead of having to get closer to the ask and lost more than max loss (so like $6). If not, is there any danger in holding to expiration (the $30 call I sold seems likely to get assigned).   submitted by   /u/RatinSweet [link]   [comments]
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  39. Looking for advice on trading Platforms (22/02/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Hi everybody. I'm looking for advice on what the best platforms to trade are? I currently use Robinhood but dont like the fact that I cannot trade in the pre-market until 9 am. I am looking for something more technical I think but specifically a program that is well rounded and allows me to whenever possible. Also I dont like that Robinhood has blocked me from trading in the past and prevents other traders from trading during volatile times. If you have any advice Im really interested in hearing what more advanced traders are using and what advice people have to give. Thanks.   submitted by   /u/free4life123 [link]   [comments]
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  40. Robinhood shares slide in debut as investors give broker cold shoulder (30/07/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
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  41. Question about selling calls, where does the obligation of providing the shares go? (05/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I apologize if this is a common/repeated question, but I haven’t been able to get a solid answer. As I understand, trading options can be very risky, so I am a ways off before I’m comfortable doing so. I’m really just trying to understand how they work right now. I’ve heard about selling your call options but I’m not sure how it works. Let’s say I bought a call through my broker (I’m using Robinhood, might change soon). I know I have the right but not obligation to buy 100 shares at the strike price at/before my expiration. Who is the entity that has the obligation of providing those shares? Is it Robinhood, or just who ever wants to take the risk of selling shares at a loss? For the next part of the question I will refer to this original seller as person A. Now, let’s say my call goes in the money. But I don’t want to buy thousands of dollars worth of shares. The only reason I’d be in this situation is that I’ve heard I can sell calls, so lets say I sell it to person B (person, entity, whatever). But as it is I don’t have 100 shares in my possession. Am I now obligated to sell person B 100 shares if they decide to exercise the call, or is person A (who sold me the contract originally) still obligated? I’ve been researching but haven’t got a straight answer. From what I’ve read, this would be considered selling a naked call, but I am not sure if that is accurate because I understood naked calls as I am person A in my example, but I don’t have 100 shares at the time of selling the option. I’ve also heard of selling to close, which I think is the situation I’m describing but I’m also not sure exactly what happens to the option and how money is earned from that. So can anyone explain if I can sell call contracts, and how that works. Also anywhere I can read more about this type of situation would be good too.   submitted by   /u/Mrsum10ne [link]   [comments]
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  42. Robinhood to WEBULL (03/04/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    A lot of you suggested I get off Robinhood and open an account with Webull. Although I haven’t opened it yet, I signed up and messed around with it and love it! So thank you everyone who suggested it. My question is transferring from Robinhood has a fee of 75 and I’m too poor to do that lol nor do I want to waste 75 when I can invest it in stocks. Would it be better to creat a Webull and invest other money in there and just liquidate my robinhood account in the future and transfer to bank? What are pros and cons to having two brokerage accounts? If anyone has any other suggestions, let me Know.   submitted by   /u/ImmaCamel102 [link]   [comments]
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  43. Portfolio Management Tool / Tracking? (03/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Hey All! Curious what tools everyone uses to track their portfolio, compare it to benchmarks, get a breakdown of where the returns are etc. Currently on Robinhood and Ameritrade but cant seem to get much insight based on whats available. Any recommendations or tools you're using? I started building out a spreadsheet and a web-app to deal with it but figured someone must have gone through this before! (Happy to send a link over if you're facing the same issues!)   submitted by   /u/shitanotheraccount [link]   [comments]
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  44. ???? PLOT TWIST: You NEVER owned GME on Robinhood? $3B margin call and CFD explained SIMPLY (18/03/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
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  45. The Tell: Stock-market breakdown unlikely until this sign of ‘obvious strength’ disappears (09/06/2021 - Market Watch)
    A range-bound U.S. stock market is unlikely to succumb to a breakdown as long as breadth remains strong, says one chart watcher.
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  46. Robinhood (HOOD) IPO - possible conflict of interest? (20/07/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I received an app notification yesterday stating that the “HOOD” IPO is now available on their very own platform and I thought, how is this not a conflict of interest? How do we know that Robinhood isn’t prioritizing their own IPO over others? Another reason to avoid using Robinhood I suppose.   submitted by   /u/MACP [link]   [comments]
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  47. (Question) long term vti investment. robinhood vs vanguard (20/03/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    I plan on putting most of my money into vti. I want to put in about $200 a month or more (potentially $500 a month) starting with 1k in the account. My question is should I use vanguard or robinhood? vanguard has lower expense fees but with robinhood I can use robinhood margin and they'll put in $10,000 once I reach 10k in my account and then the same thing at $25,000 and $50,000. Im just wondering what the best long term strategy is here. After doing some more research I've found that vanguard will also loan me money but at this rate. Where as robinhood only has a 5% anual fee on loaned money after the first $1000. vanguard fees wouldn't be worth it I think? Just wondering other peoples opinions. Thanks   submitted by   /u/bdiggles [link]   [comments]
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  48. Alternatives to Robinhood for former Non resident Alien (14/07/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I am a non resident alien (Indian citizen), and have now left US (still have a SSN) for Germany. Are there any alternative apps to Robinhood I can use? Can I transfer my stock directly to them? Or is it better to sell my stock and withdraw my money? PS- since I am trying to find something other than Robinhood, I hope this is allowed   submitted by   /u/SamGamgE [link]   [comments]
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  49. Robinhood is rejecting my short strangle option (08/05/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Good afternoon fellow redditors. I am attempting place a simple short strangle option on the Western Digital Corp (stock symbol = WDC) with the following two components: Sell Call $74.00 / $0.05 premium Sell Put: $69.00 / $0.04 premium For a reason unbeknownst to me, Robinhood will not let me complete this particular option transaction and displayed the following message, "Not Enough Shares. You don’t have enough shares of WDC for the collateral needed to place this order." So, Do I need to own shares of WDC to execute this option? Do I need more cash in my Robinhood account? Is there some restriction in my profile that I have to manipulate in order to place this option request? I have done options before, but not a combination such as this spread. Newbie trader so please be kind! If this is not the appropriate forum, please be kind and redirect me to the correct venue. Thanks in advance to everyone's kind feedback regarding this issue.   submitted by   /u/MrTacocaT12345 [link]   [comments]
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