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Module 1: Introduction to Stock Options
Lesson 1.1: What is the Stock Market? 
Lesson 1.2: Understanding Options: Basics and Terminologies

Lesson 1.3: The Difference Between Stocks and Stock Options

Lesson 1.4: Types of Options: Call and Put

Lesson 1.5: Benefits and Risks of Trading Options

Module 2: Option ContractsLesson 2.1: Elements of an Option Contract

Lesson 2.2: How to Read an Option Chain

Lesson 2.3: Intrinsic Value and Time Value

Lesson 2.4: Moneyness: IntheMoney (ITM), AttheMoney (ATM), OutoftheMoney (OTM)

Lesson 2.5: Option Expiration and Exercise

Module 3: Pricing Options and GreeksLesson 3.1: Understanding Option Pricing

Lesson 3.2: Introduction to Greeks: Delta, Gamma, Theta, Vega, Rho

Lesson 3.3: Impact of Volatility on Option Pricing

Lesson 3.4: The BlackScholes Model for Option Pricing

Lesson 3.5: Application of Greeks in Option Trading

Module 4: Trading Strategies for Stock OptionsLesson 4.1: Basic Option Trading Strategies: Long Call, Long Put

Lesson 4.2: Protective Put and Covered Call

Lesson 4.3: Spreads: Bull Call, Bear Put, Butterfly

Lesson 4.4: Straddles and Strangles

Lesson 4.5: Risk and Reward Analysis for Different Strategies

Module 5: Practical Skills: Trading Platform and Order PlacementLesson 5.1: Introduction to Trading Platforms

Lesson 5.2: Setting Up a Brokerage Account

Lesson 5.3: Placing Option Orders: Market, Limit, Stop, Stop Limit

Lesson 5.4: Managing and Monitoring Your Portfolio

Lesson 5.5: Practical Exercise: Virtual Trading

Module 6: Risk Management and Regulatory ConsiderationsLesson 6.1: Importance of Risk Management in Options Trading

Lesson 6.2: Using Stop Loss and Take Profit in Options

Lesson 6.3: Understanding Margin Requirements for Options

Lesson 6.4: Regulatory Framework for Options Trading

Lesson 6.5: Ethical Considerations in Options Trading

Module 7: Beyond BasicsLesson 7.1: Advanced Trading Strategies: Iron Condor, Calendar Spread, Diagonal Spread

Lesson 7.2: LEAPS and Binary Options

Lesson 7.3: Using Options for Hedging and Speculation

Lesson 7.4: Impact of Corporate Actions on Options

Lesson 7.5: Continuous Learning and Improvement in Options Trading

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1. **Straddle**: A straddle involves buying a call and a put with the same strike price and expiration date. This strategy is used when a large movement in either direction in the underlying stock’s price is expected.
2. **Strangle**: A strangle involves buying a call and a put, each with different strike prices but the same expiration date. This strategy is used when a large movement in the underlying stock’s price is expected, but the direction of the move is uncertain.
– Reference: [Investopedia: Straddle](https://www.investopedia.com/terms/s/straddle.asp), [Investopedia: Strangle](https://www.investop
edia.com/terms/s/strangle.asp)