6. The 4 fundamental option positions are _____.
Hint: This question is from the reading that Dr. Byers discussed and his lecture on "How to Build Option Strategies -- 19 Option Strategies".
a. All of the above
b. long call, long put, short call, and short put.
c. sideways call, long put, short call, and sideways put.
d. up call, up put, down call, and down put.
7. Another name for the collar strategy we discussed is _______? Hint: This question is from the reading that Dr. Byers discussed on "How to Build Option Strategies -- 19 Option Strategies".
a. Bull Spread
c. Short Put
d. Long call
8. A collar is commonly used as a risk management tool. To construct the correct collar transaction for a firm, the company must understand the fundamental ____________________ position that the firm want to risk mitigate.
a. futures (fowards)
b. instrument (underlying)
c. option (call)
d. All of the above
9. A firm that is fundamentally long the instrument or long the underlying commodity such as oil, would buy (go long) ___________ and sell (go short) _________ to create a collar.
a. None of the above
b. put, call
c. futures, forward
d. call, put