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Option gamma measures how much Delta changes in relation to the Underlying asset or commodity. A higher gamma value indicates that Delta will move up or down more quickly when the Underlying price fluctuates. Options with higher gammas but the same Delta can be considered generally higher risk than those with lower gamma values and the same Delta.
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