Bullish Option Strategies

This is a list of bullish option strategies:

An option strategy is said to be bullish when it profits when underlying price goes up and (usually) loses when underlying price falls (therefore it can be an alternative to holding the underlying security, with different cash flow and different exposures to volatility and other factors).

From the perspective of option Greeks, a bullish strategy is one which tends to have positive delta.

See also a list of bearish option strategies (profit when underlying goes down), 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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