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For a call buyer, the only thing left to learn is deciding how much time premium you're willing to pay, in order to avoid having to put up the cash before expiry day.
The "loan" view of call buying.

Hmmm. This reminds me of the discussions on buying a car for cash or financing it, and whether to buy a house for cash or with a mortgage.

One side says to pay cash and save the loan interest. The other side says to take the cheap financing because you'll make more money by leaving your cash invested. Like option "loans", these loans are non-callable.
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