What is a Spread Trade?
In finance, a spread trade (also known as relative value trade) is the simultaneous purchase of one security and sale of a related security, called legs, as a unit. Spread trades are usually executed with options or futures contracts as the legs, but other securities are sometimes used. “Bull” spreads are optimistic of the underlying stock price while “Bear” spreads are placed when its believed the underlying stock will go down.
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