Holding Options Through Expiration on Robinhood | My Story



In this video Matt, talks about the big problem holding options through expiration on robinhood. Options give traders the right to buy or sell 100 shares of stock at the strike price. This doesn’t really matter for day or swing traders but towards expiration it really matters. Your broker could auto-exercise the contracts for you, leading you to own 100 shares of some dog ? company OR if you are short contracts you can get assigned 100 shares of the stock to buy or sell. This is a huge danger as expiration approaches and traders need to be aware. All talked about in the video.

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26 thoughts on “Holding Options Through Expiration on Robinhood | My Story”

  1. for me the P/L profile just does not make sense in the beginning after you sell option to "lock in your loss" and in addition make it a lot more complicated. To be honest i have learn the lesson myself too. The market always come up with surprise to take your money…

  2. I had a $2 sndl nov. 4th call and sell a $2.5 call. Robinhood didn’t exercise my $2 call and let it expired while the stock is at $2.3. The Robinhood explained to me I don’t have enough money to buy 100 shares @$2, I have over 100k cash in my account. I want to know if anyone has the same experience with Robinhood. It is only $30, not big deal, yet, if Robinhood steel did it on purpose, times millions, it isn’t small sum

  3. Is there a way to "get rid of" zero value options on the day of expiration, before the bell? It seems you can't sell them, and I don't want to be on the hook for being assigned during after market swings. Thanks.

  4. Bruh, I read articles, I watched YouTube videos and no one said nothing about Robinhood selling your puts and calls on expiration day.
    I got f! Went all in and I wake up to being my premium being in 0
    I’ve been trying to make money to help my mom get surgeries and make her feel better and I have been losing hundreds per trade.

  5. Please someone explain me, I bought call option and stock price went down now i am out of the money. Call expires next week. If i close this option while i am out of the money am i going to be responsible for someone who bought this call option? What happens to the option if i close it out of the money before the expiration day?

  6. What happens if you’re in the money on a call option, you let robinhood exercise your shares, the only problems is you don’t have enough money for all them, so your account becomes negative, how long can you hold these shares with a negative balance?!? Could this be a benefit if the stocks keeps climbing, and would Robinhood allow you to still keep these shares until you decide to sell?

  7. WHAT IF YOU SELL THE SHARES RIGHT AWAY ? IN THE MONEY SHARES? lets say I have 15 calls 459 exp today on spy,
    spy trades at 459.50 @ 330 pm . and by 3:45pm 459.90
    my broker exercises my options and puts me in margin call, imediatly the shares 1500X459, ARE SOLD by me. causing a break even.

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