Put-Call Ratio Explained in Under 5 Minutes

The put-call ratio is a measurement that is widely used by investors to gauge the overall mood of a market.

A “put” or put option is a right to sell an asset at a predetermined price. A “call” or call option is a right to buy an asset at a predetermined price.

If traders are buying more puts than calls, it signals a rise in bearish sentiment. If they are buying more calls than puts, it suggests that they see a bull market ahead.

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