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Understanding PUT options


Lakitu

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*Warning. Novice here with a basic question*

I've just started playing with the demo app to understand the basics of trading.

regarding PUT options, using TSLA as an example:-

current price of the stock is approx 816 USD.

As per my screenshot, I've highlighted a PUT with a strike price 600 expiring Jan-22 and a PUT with what appears to be a strike price of 12800?? Expiring Jun-21

Are these figures strike prices?

And if so, why is the 12800 strike so much higher than the current market price? 

 

 

 

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