multiple option strategy

multiple option strategy

The use of more than a single option on the same underlying security at the same time. For example, an investor might buy a call on IBM at $135 with a May expiration and sell a call on IBM at the same strike price with an August expiration. A multiple option strategy may be as simple as buying a call and a put at the same time or it may be as complex as the investor desires (or can comprehend).
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