Roll down


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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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With this, the technology can allow 1,200 cars through per hour, which exceeds the 800-cars-per-hour lane throughput of the E-Tap Card lane where drivers need to roll down their windows and swipe the card via a sensor.
The car, which had been left parked, started to roll down the hill as a fire engine arrived at the scene.
After the flare was fired, crowds clapped for exactly 62 seconds - the length of time it took for the liner to roll down the slipway in 1911.
If no one in Europe hits the jackpot it will roll down to the next level until there is a match.
When they roll down the turn, the trains gain and lose PE.
Some readers will want more action, but middle school girls will relate to the conflict between mother and daughter and the ambiguous emotions evoked by boys who roll down hills and play dead.
The 55-year-old saw his lorry begin to roll down a hill and ran to the vehicle to try to put the brakes on, but his leg got caught under the front wheel.
Open your hands as you let the weights roll down to the tip of your fingers.
I remember the time I attempted to roll down a 35-degree incline with even more tenacity than a bull.
But let justice roll down like waters, and righteousness like an ever-flowing stream" (v.
I thought it was just going to roll down the bank and be close to the hole," said Dominic who plays off a handicap of 20.
Chester is simply overwhelmed at the unfairness of it all and tears roll down his cheek.