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Level: Advanced

Contributed By: OIC (Option Industry Council)

Learn about more about advanced option strategies.

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Lesson: #1
Bull Call Spread

This strategy consists of buying one call option and selling another at a higher strike price to help pay the cost.

Lesson: #2
Bear Put Spread

A bear put spread consists of buying one put and selling another put, at a lower strike, to offset part of the upfront cost.

Lesson: #3
Long Straddle

This strategy consists of buying a call option and a put option with the same strike price and expiration.

Lesson: #4
Short Straddle

This strategy involves selling a call option and a put option with the same expiration and strike price.

Lesson: #5
Long Strangle

This strategy profits if the stock price moves sharply in either direction during the life of the option.

Lesson: #6
Short Strangle

This strategy profits if the stock price and volatility remain steady during the life of the options.

This strategy combines a longer-term bullish outlook with a near-term neutral/bearish outlook.

Lesson: #8
Short Iron Condor

This strategy profits if the underlying stock is inside the inner wings at expiration.

Lesson: #9
Call Backspread

A call backspread strategy is a strategy that can be used by an investor who strongly believes a stock is going to go up.

Lesson: #10
Put Backspread

A put backspread strategy is a strategy that can be used by an investor who strongly believes a stock is going to go down.

This strategy consists of adding a long put position to a long stock position.

This strategy consists of writing a call that is covered by an equivalent long stock position.

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