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Diagonal Equity Spreads

Looking for a new approach to options investing? You could try a diagonal call spread, comprised of long and short positions with different strike prices and expiration dates. Bill Ryan, of The Options Industry Council, will discuss how diagonal spreads are constructed, as well as why this type of spread may be one you’ll want to add to your options toolbox.

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