Exchange-traded funds are index funds or trusts that are traded intraday on an exchange. They allow an investor to buy or sell shares of an entire stock portfolio in a single security.

Options on ETFs operate the same as individual equity options. They offer the efficiency of ETFs with the flexibility of options and allow investors to:

Exchange-traded funds are index funds or trusts that are traded intraday on an exchange. They allow an investor to buy or sell shares of an entire stock portfolio in a single security.

Options on ETFs operate the same as individual equity options. They offer the efficiency of ETFs with the flexibility of options and allow investors to:

ETF options are standardized put and call options on underlying ETFs. Minimum trade size is one option contract, with each contract representing 100 shares of the underlying ETF.

ETF options are standardized put and call options on underlying ETFs. Minimum trade size is one option contract, with each contract representing 100 shares of the underlying ETF.

ETF options are standardized put and call options on underlying ETFs. Minimum trade size is one option contract, with each contract representing 100 shares of the underlying ETF.