8.1

All Strategies

This strategy can profit from a steady stock price, or from a falling implied volatility.

This strategy can profit from a slightly falling stock price, or from a rising stock price.

A candidate for bearish investors who wish to profit from a depreciation in the stock's price.

This strategy involves selling a call option and a put option with the same expiration and strike price.

This strategy profits if the stock price and volatility remain steady during the life of the options.

This strategy combines a long call and a short stock position.

This strategy is essentially a long futures position on the underlying stock.

This strategy is essentially a short futures position on the underlying stock.

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