• Contract Options
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    as low as $1.50


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Volume-based commissions

With Saxo, you can trade on competitive volume-based commissions where the more you trade, the less cost incurred. For example, pay only 1,50 Euros per contract when you trade 1,001-5,000 contracts vs. paying three Euros per contract when trading fewer than 1,000 contracts.*

No hidden costs

No need to worry about any hidden fees: trade Contract Options with no minimum ticket fees or carrying costs.
Exchange fees still apply. *

Use Stocks and Bonds as collateral

If you are a Stocks or Bonds trader, you already have assets that can be used as collateral toward your Contract Options trading. For example, use up to 95% of your Bonds value as collateral.

Trade a multitude of interesting
global assets

We offer some of the most liquid Contract Options in a range of exciting asset categories, from metals and energy commodities to interest rates and currencies. Use Contract Options to hedge your portfolio against price movements, generate extra revenue writing Calls or do volatility trading.  Or use them as building blocks to position yourself effectively in up, down and sideways markets.

With Saxo, you can also trade Stock Options in markets throughout the US, Europe and Asia-Pacific. Trade everything from Facebook to Deutsche Telekom to China Mobile Stock Options.

Competitive pricing

We deliver access to competitive pricing and tight spreads – all in one click. Use our platform to trade on live streaming prices for full transparency. And with volume-based commissions, the more you trade, the less cost you'll incur.

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Contract options commission examples

Contract currencyCommission from*
GBP 1,25
EUR 1,50
USD1,50
CAD 1,50
CHF 2,00
AUD2,50

*Negotiable commissions with high volume

​Bear, Bull or Strangle?

These are just three of the many exciting Options strategies you can execute to play the markets and maximise your profit potential.

1

Bear Put Spread

This is a strategy that you would employ if you believed the price of the underlying asset would go down moderately. The strategy is executed by buying a higher in-the-money put Option and selling a lower out-of-the-money put Option.

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2

Bull Call Spread

This strategy is ideal if you believed that the price of the underlying asset would go up moderately. It's executed by buying an at-the-money call Option while simultaneously writing a higher out-of-the-money call Option.

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3

Long strangle

This is a neutral strategy in which you would simultaneously buy a slightly out-of-the-money put and a slightly out-of-the-money call. It would be used if you believed that the underlying stock would experience a rise in volatility term.

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Expert insights and information

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Product Risk

Danish banks are required to categorise investment products offered to retail clients depending on the product’s complexity and risk as: green, yellow or red.

An option is categorised as a red product as it is considered an investment product with a high complexity and a high risk. See also the 'Product Risk Categorisation' located under our General Business Terms.

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