Definitions of Call option:
* An option giving the taker the right, but not the obligation, to
buy the underlying shares at a specified price on or before a
* A call option is a financial contract between two parties, the
buyer and the seller of this type of option. Often it is simply
labeled a "call". ...
* A clause in a loan agreement that allows a lender to ask for the
balance at any time.
* A contract that gives the holder the right to buy a specified
number of shares of a particular stock, stock index, or dollar face
value of bonds at a predetermined price--called the "strike
price"--on or before the option's expiration date. ...
* A lender's right to demand payment of the outstanding balance of
the loan at a time specified in the loan agreement.
* An agreement that gives an investor the right but not the
obligation to buy a stock, bond, commodity or other instrument at a
specified price within a specific time period. Compare with put
* An option contract giving the right, but not the obligation, to
buy a specified asset at a pre-determined price and date in the
future. (See American Style Option and European Option).
* An option contract that gives its holder the right (but not the
obligation) to purchase a specified number of shares of the
underlying stock at the given strike price, on or before the
expiration date of the contract.
* An option contract that gives the holder the right to buy a
certain quantity of an underlying security from the writer of the
option, up to a specified price or at a specified date.
* An option contract that gives the owner the right to buy the
underlying security at a specified price (its strike price) for a
certain, fixed period of time (until its expiration). ...
* An option that gives the buyer the right, but not the obligation,
to buy the underlying security.
* An option that gives the holder the right to buy a
security....more on Call option
* An option that gives the holder the right to
purchase an asset for a specified price on or before a specified
* an option to buy
* An option to buy. Call options on securities are ordinarily
issued for a period of less than one year.
* An option to take a bought futures position at a predetermined
* Buying a call option gives you the right to buy a fixed
quantity of the underlying investment at a specified price,
called the strike price, within a specified time period. ...
* Gives its buyer the right to buy 100 shares of the underlying
security at a fixed price before a specified expiration date.
Call buyers hope the price of the stock will rise. Call sellers
hope the price will stay the same or go down. You must be
pre-approved by Schwab to trade options. ...
* is the right of the Option Buyer to buy Financial Assets from
the Option Writer at the price and on the due date agreed under
the Option Transaction.
* means the right to buy a specific number of securities at a
specified price at or before a specified date
* Similar to the acceleration clause.
* The buyer of a call option acquires the right, but not the
obligation, to purchase a particular futures contract at a stated
price on or before a particular date.
* The buyer of a call option has the right to buy an underlying
instrument at a predetermined price during a determined period. The
seller of a call option has the obligation to sell, if the option is
* The option to buy a given amount of a commodity at a specified
price during a specified period of time. Opposite of put option.
* the option to buy a given stock (or stock index or commodity
future) at a given price before a given date
* The right to buy shares at an agreed price at a future date
(see put option).
* the right to purchase stock at a strike price at any time
before the predetermined deadline. After the deadline, the option is
expires. The advantage of a call option is the ability to control a
large amount of shares with just a little bit of money. ...
* This security gives investors the right to buy a security at a
fixed price within a given time frame. An investor, for example,
might wish to have the right to buy shares of a stock at a certain
price by a certain time in order to protect, or hedge, an existing