An options trading strategy involving a trader purchasing a long call and a long put on the same underlying asset at the same strike price and with the same expiration date. The objective is to profit from a very strong move in either direction by the underlying asset. This strategy isn’t fool-proof, however. The risk is that the market may not react strongly to an event within the defined timeframe.
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