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Bull Call Spread

A Bull Call Spread is a Debit which means you will pay to enter the trade. It can be used if you have an overall bullish view of the market or stock.

Bull Put Spread

A Bull Put Spread is a credit spread which means you will receive a credit on entry. Part of an options value is time, this time value erodes as expiry approaches. The Bull Put can be set up to benefit from time decay.

Bear Call Spread

A Bear Call Spread is a credit spread which means you will receive a credit on entry. Part of an options value is time, this time value erodes as expiry approaches. The Bear Call can be set up to benefit from time decay.

Bear Put Spread

A Bear Put spread is a ‘debit spread’ which means you will pay to enter the trade. A Bear Put spread can be used if you have an overall bearish view of the market or stock.

Iron Condor

A Iron Condor spread is a credit spread which means you will receive a credit on entry. Part of an options value is time, this time value erodes as expiry approaches. The Iron Condor can be set up to benefit from time decay.

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