In this white paper, Senior Wealth Planning Strategist Eric J. Smith provides an overview of financial and investment planning issues for equity stakeholders in early stage growth companies, commonly known as startups
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Because of the short-term nature of options, it is likely that they will be traded more frequently than stocks and bonds. With each option-related trade, a commission will be incurred. Commissions on option transactions generally amount to a higher percentage of the principal than commissions for normal stock trades.
Trading in options can result in losing the total amount of premiums and commissions paid. Additionally, when covered call options are sold, the underlying securities must be delivered at the strike price upon exercise of the option.
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