In the Part 1 of the series, I shared with you guys about how Jerry made use of the concept of put options as a way to ‘protect’ the profits for selling his house.
In that analogy, the put option that Jerry bought is valued at $50,000 and this value stays constant at $50,000. But in the financial markets, the value of put options does not stay constant.
Let’s get down to some of the factors that result in the change in value and in the second part of this sharing, I will be talking about some reasons why investors would want to buy put options.
Watch the full video below!