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Spread strategy

A strategy that involves a position in one or more options so that the cost of buying an option is funded entirely or in part by selling another option in the same underlying. Also called spreading.

Spread Strategy

Any of several investment strategies that involve maintaining different positions on options or futures with the same underlying asset, often with different expiration dates. Spreading may take many different forms, and is designed to hedge against loss regardless of price movements on the underlying asset.
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Spread traders now have the opportunity to easily create, trade, and manage both inter- and intra-exchange spread strategies for FORTS products via the server-side CQG Spreader, CQG's industry-leading, low-latency spreader product.
Treasury futures contracts will offer clients an easy way to trade synthetic Treasury yield curve and swap spread strategies, with the added benefit of cross-margining against CME Group benchmark interest rate products.
Saliba discusses which strategy to employ, the nuances of each, how to manage the position, when to exit, and how to use spread strategies that offer limited or unlimited risk.
5 million from the sale, which the company intends to use to purchase mortgage assets as part of its Residential Mortgage Credit and Spread strategies.
GREENWICH, Connecticut, October 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Interactive Brokers LLC (IB) has launched Inter-market Smart-Routing for Spread Orders, a new service that supports spread strategies for equities and options traded across multiple U.
After using Orc for some time, we have noticed a significant improvement in the speed of our arbitrage and spread strategies.
Understanding and Trading Options Spread Strategies -- After mastering the basics, spread strategies take options traders to the next level.
Along the way, author Russell Rhoads discusses spread strategies that can be used to profit from a strong up or down directional move in a stock, a stagnant market, or a highly volatile market.
Understanding and Trading Options Spread Strategies - After mastering the basics, spread strategies take options traders to the next level.
com/edge ) and 89 executed trades; -- Ninety percent of eligible users logged into the system; and, -- The majority of volume (nearly 90%) represented trades that were multi- legged, complex spread strategies, including straddles, vertical call spreads, vertical put spreads, call butterflies (3 legs), call condors (4 legs), call "Christmas" trees (3 legs) and call 1x2's ratio spreads.