A finance and risk management technique that is based on a put-call parity strategy that consists of selling a put and buying call, while shorting the underlying stock. As long as the put and call have the same underlying, strike price and expiration date, a synthetic long position will have the same risk/return profile as ownership of an equivalent amount of the underlying stock.
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