Roll forward

Roll forward

To move to an option position with a later expiration date.

Rolling Forward

The act or practice of selling an option and buying another of the same type and with the same terms, but with a longer period until the expiration date. For example, one may sell a call with a strike price of $25 expiring in June and buy another call with a strike price of $25 that expires in September.
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The fire caused the car to roll forward into a second car, which also set alight.
This paper recommends that the most effective solution for safe trainee changeover is a roll forward model of staggering, where the more senior trainees rotate one month later.
Contract notice: PUSH Spatial Strategy Roll Forward
Remember, the ball will not roll forward as much as usual so the ball flight will be all carry to the target.
Instead of having to delay and cancel programmes as in the past, we now budget prudently and roll forward any underspend to future years.
His special-needs daughter, 25, was in the vehicle when it began to roll forward towards the opposite side of the road, and when he realised what was happening Andreou panicked and ran in front of the van to try and stop it but was crushed.
The proposed four year contract would roll forward the current agreement, except for proposals explicitly agreed upon by both parties during negotiations, Boeing said.
listed company operating the Shouyang Coalbed Methane (CBM) Block in Shanxi Province, People's Republic of China, is now pleased to confirm the completion and funding of a private placement of $60 million of senior secured notes with a three year term and associated warrants, combined with the decision by Standard Chartered Bank to roll forward $21 million of its existing $25.
The automaker is recalling the vehicles to rectify problematic gear levers that could cause vehicles to roll forward or backward when drivers think they are in park.
It is understood the company's lenders, led by Royal Bank of Scotland, will have agreed to roll forward the debts at the same time as taking a slight reduction.
The Board of Fidelity China Special Situations PLC ("the Company") announces that on 7 October 2011, being the maturity date of the US$150m Revolving Credit Facility ("facility") with JP Morgan Chase, the Company has repaid US$50m from that facility and agreed to roll forward the remaining US$100m for a further period of one month.
This Back Cut[TM] Technology is most useful if a pass-through is not achieved because all three of the blades will roll forward and cause massive damage if the arrow tries to back out.