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Roll down

To move to an option position with a lower exercise price.

Roll Down

To liquidate one option in order to buy a similar one with a better strike price. Most often, rolling down refers to an investor who wishes to maintain a position when he/she is bearish on the price of the underlying. See also: Roll Up.
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The car had been set alight inside and the handbrake had burnt through allowing it to roll down the hill.
More than an incredibly powerful narrative history and a scathing indictment of the Klan's racist terrorism, Until Justice Rolls Down is a moving tribute to the dedicated prosecutors and law enforcement officials who would not rest until they could cause "justice to roll down like water.
The rig began to roll down a hill, striking the woman at a bus stop before crashing through the wall of a 7-Eleven convenience store in the 10600 block of Glen Oaks Boulevard, near Hansen Dam Park, the officer said.
I roll down the street straight cruisin' on my board chillin'.
The car started to roll down Lockwood Scar, near its junction with Barcroft Road, Newsome.
LANCASTER - Christmas parades will roll down streets Saturday morning in downtown Lancaster and Saturday evening in Rosamond.
I'll always remember Rodney blasting out of that black-and-white screen; making those big fat tears roll down my Dad's face.
I've watched drivers roll down their windows and scream at the crossing guards because they had to screech to a stop at a crosswalk and missed the light at Devonshire Street and Topanga Canyon Boulevard,'' Al says.
Passengers will enjoy music, dancing, live entertainment, a steak and shrimp dinner, a midnight champagne toast and party favors as they roll down the tracks in a vintage train.