A kind of options spread wherein a trader possess more long positions than the short positions. The premium gathered from the sale of this short positions is utilized to aid in financing the purchase of the long options. This kind of spread allows the trader to possess huge exposure to the expected moves in the underlying assets while restraining the amount of loss in case the prices didn't move in the trend that the trader had predicted. This spread may be operated by using either all put options or all call options.
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