Please correct me if I am wrong, but wouldn't buying a option where the underlying stock price is higher possibly produce more profitable results if right? For example a stock that trades a $400/ share is more likely to go up or down by $5 than a $20 stock is. for example if you bought a call 400 on AAPL for $2.00 - and the delta was .5 the stock has a higher possobility of rising by $5 therefore bringing your option to roughly $4.50 for example. Where as the $20 stock only went up $.25 and you bought the same $2 call for $20. Your AAPL stock just made you a little over 100% gain while the other made you only a 12.5% gain. Does this make since to anyone? Please let me know what I did wrong if anything. Also the reason I wonder is because once a stock goes deep enough in the money the Delta raises to 1 so for every point the underlying stock goes up the option price go up the same. Therefore Higher priced stocks go up a higher dollar amount which would change the price of the option. On a dollar amount vs % Thanks for all your input!