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Vertical Spread

A vertical spread is the simultaneous purchase and sale of options of the same kind (i.e., puts or calls) and expiration date, but with different strike prices. The position of the strike prices is where the name vertical originates. In contrast, a horizontal spread, also known as a calendar spread, involves the simultaneous purchase and sale of an identical option type with an identical strike price but a different expiration date.

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