Option "Mini" Contracts

Option "mini" contracts are relatively new to the industry and were introduced as a way for investors with smaller accounts to trade more expensive stocks.
Option "Mini" Contracts
Kirk Du Plessis
Apr 19, 2021

In this video I'll work through the advantages and disadvantages of trading "mini" option contracts. One key point to remember about "mini" options is that brokers don't charge "mini" commissions on these trades. Good for them, not so great for the average trader, so we do suggest avoid these whenever possible because the commissions are much higher as a percentage of your trade value.

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