Bearish Option Strategies

This is a list of bearish option strategies:

An option strategy is said to be bearish when it profits when underlying price goes down and (usually) loses when it goes up. In option Greeks talk, it is a strategy which tends to have negative delta.

See also a list of bullish option strategies (profit when underlying goes up), long volatility strategies (profit when underlying makes a big move to either direction), and non-directional strategies (profit when underlying price doesn’t move much).

See list of all option strategies.

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