box spread

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an arbitrage strategy that eliminates risk by buying and selling the same thing

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  • Box Spread — A dual option position involving a bull and bear spread with identical expiry dates. This investment strategy provides for minimal risk. Additionally, it can lead to an arbitrage position as an investor attempts to lock in a small return at… …   Investment dictionary

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