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I like ask your opinion on Options trading, my understanding for options trading is following.
1 - Since the price, quantity, and product specification is clearly mentioned in the options contract, it should not have any Gharar.
2 - underlying assets (Stock) will have physical assets of more the 1/3.
3 - You sell and buy options based on fixed price or it will expire worthless at the expiration. Before expiration person who have bought options know the market conditions and it has full rights and easily availability to withdraw or close off the contract.
4 - movement of options prices are linked to underlying stocks, so if stock price are rising, so the options prices,
5 - I am bit confused that is options can be considered tangible or intangible as they are derivatives of underlying assets(Stocks).
advantages of options are:
1 - Low and known risk.
2 - known profit or gain
3 - cheaper then underlying stock, it means I dont have to search for penny stocks and I can trade good valued companies.
disadvantages of options are:
1 - fixed time frames from 1 week to few years(leap options) for options to expire, you have to act within that period t realise your profit.
I will greatly appreciate your response in this manner, I am even willing to ring call someone to clarify more if needed. This issue is very big for many of Muslims around the world.
I believe with current trading rules and regulations Gharar is almost removed form contract except price fluctuation of underlying assets.