Option Strategies with Negative Vega

The following is a list of option strategies with negative vega:

See also option strategies with positive vega and vega neutral option strategies.

Vega is one of option Greeks, which measures how the value of an option (or a combination of options) changes when implied volatility increases. Positive vega means that the position gains value with rising volatility, while negative vega means it loses.

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