Trading strategy combining the short sale and the long-call position of a security, seeking to protect the holder against increase in the stock’s price. The strategy creates a synthetic put position with almost the same risk-reward attributes like a straightforward put position and additional advantage such as flexibility and liquidity. Institutional investors often use this to conceal their trading bias on a certain security.
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