Collars & Spreads

Spreads and synthetic positions allow investors to control their exposure and fine-tune their payoffs. These strategies can be constructed to mimic the performance of an underlying asset, take advantage of structural advantages of options, or control leverage in investor’s book.

For example, in a collar spread, a long stock investor sells calls and buys protective puts in order to effectively cap upside in exchange for downside protection. Volos tracks a broad universe of spreads and synthetic strategies.

Explore the links below to sample just a few of the collars and spreads strategies that Strategy Feeds offers. A login is required for complete access to the platform.