Compare call option and stop-buy orders.

6- Compare call option and stop-buy orders.
A stop loss order is executed once the share price decreases to the expected limit price. If the share price sooner rebounds, the investor doesn’t take up the gains since the investor no longer holds the share. In the contrast, the put option needn’t be exercised if the share price falls below the actual exercise price. A trader who owns a given share of stock and a put option concurrently can hold on both securities. If the share price never rebounds, the investors will eventually exercise their put by selling the share for the prevailing exercise price which provides some downside protection as stop loss order. If the prevailing price rebounds, however, the investor benefit since the investor still owns the given stock.

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