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The bear put spread is a bearish options strategy consisting of two separate put option transactions. One put option is purchased and another put option at a lower strike price is sold (same expiration cycle).
The bear put spread is one of the four vertical spread strategies.
The strategy has many other names that options traders use, including the long put spread, put debit spread, and simply buying a put spread.
In this video, we’ll cover:
– Bear put spread explained (setup, explanation, max profit potential, max loss potential, breakevens)
– Historical trade examples so you can see exactly how the bear put vertical spread strategy has performed in the past in various scenarios.
– A demonstration of setting up a long put spread on the tastyworks trading platform.
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