Long Strangle Screener
A long strangle position consists of a long call and long put where both options have identical expirations and different strike prices. When purchasing a long strangle, risk is limited to the net debit paid (premium paid for both strikes). Profit potential is unlimited for this strategy. The long strangle strategy succeeds if the underlying price is trading below the lower price strike (minus net debit) or above the high price strike (plus net debit).
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