Corporate actions such as stock splits, special dividends, mergers and acquisitions are quite common, but what happens with unexpired options?
Learn how synthetic option positions can be made by certain combinations of calls, puts and the underlying stock.
You can upgrade your trader status by expanding your leverage with portfolio margin, but first you must know synthetic equivalents—here's a primer.
With an understanding of terms and definitions involved in synthetic options, how do traders begin applying synthetic options in the most efficient way?
Learn how synthetic options strategies can help traders potentially lower transaction costs, improve price discovery, and more efficiently use capital.
Explore synthetics in your option trading, especially with butterfly spreads, to potentially save money regardless of how your trade turns out.
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