yes, If the price at June 19 is $6.50, then you are obligated to buy 1,000 share at $7, but you already received $1,000, therefore, your true cost will be $6,000. You still $500 ahead. If the price at the date is $6 or lower, then you lost whatever the difference between $6 and the stock price at the expiration of contract.
ujordz4: It meant you sell HIMX put order, saying you want to buy HIMX at $7.00 on June 19. it is at $1.00 now. If you sell 10 contracts, which is 1,000 share. someone will pay you $1,000 now in exchange of the right to sell you HIMX at $7.00 on June 19. At the date if HIMX is higher than $7.00, option expired worthless, you keep $1,000. If HIMX is less than $7.00 then you have to buy the stock at $7.00.