Bullish Options Strategies
In this module, we'll show you how to create specific strategies that profit from up trending markets, including low IV strategies like calendars, diagonals, covered calls, and directional debit spreads.
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Bull Call Spread

A bull call debit spread is a multi-leg, risk-defined, bullish strategy with limited profit potential. A bull call spread is entered when the buyer believes the underlying asset price will rise before the expiration date.
Bull Call Spread
Kirk Du Plessis
Apr 19, 2021

Bull call debit spreads are strategies that are designed to profit from a directional move higher in the underlying stock. Because you are a net buyer of options, you could also profit from increased implied volatility (though it's not as likely). These are generally low probability trades because that end up being 50-50 bets on the underlying direction. As a result, we do not trade these types of strategies often in our portfolio but will occasionally use them for rebalancing purposes.

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Long Call
A long call is a bullish options strategy where the expectation is a rise in price prior to expiration. Buying a call option is a levered, risk-defined alternative to buying shares of stock.

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