Low Delta Put Credit Spreads

A put credit spread is an options strategy that an investor uses when they expect a moderate rise in the price of the underlying asset. The strategy employs two put options to form a range, consisting of a high strike price and a low strike price. The investor receives a net credit from the difference between the premiums of the two options. This strategy ensures that the short strike always has a delta value greater than or equal to -0.30.

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Ticker Company Options Chain Bid Ask Spread Premium Spread Width Premium to Spread Ratio Implied Volatility Short Volume Long Volume Delta Theta Underlying Stock Price Short Strike Price Contract Expiration Earnings Overlap? Liquidity Rating Algorithm Score Lists
SHOP Shopify Inc - Class A Options Chain 2.28 2.48 0.34 1.00 0.34 0.69 12 33 -0.30 -0.05 45.79 42.00 5/05 Yes 8 None