- n. Plural form of spreader.
“Finally, debit call spreaders picked up approximately 1,700 calls at the March 2011 $24 strike for an average premium of $1.57 each, and sold about the same number of calls up at the March 2011 $28 strike at an average premium of $0.48 apiece.”
“Maximum potential profits of $7.68 per contract are available to call spreaders should BIDU's shares surge 16.75% to exceed $120.00 by expiration day next month.”
“Maximum potential profits of $4.80 per contract are available to call spreaders should shares jump 26.1% in the next several months to trade above $41.00 by expiration in January.”
“Maximum potential profits of $3.19 per contract are available to call spreaders should shares surge 26.25% to trade above $20.00.”
“Nokia February call spreaders active in 14 and 15 strikes into EPS”
“The net cost of the spread amounts to 91 cents and once again proves that the early bird truly does catch the worm - yesterday's call spreaders who targeted the same strike prices paid just 79 cents.”
“We observed a few traders following in the footsteps of yesterday's call spreaders as they look to profit from further bullish movement in the stock.”
“On step ladders, make sure the "spreaders" between the legs are fully open and locked.”
“But Mr Power said Powercor was now fitting "spreaders" to the high voltage line near Pomborneit to keep individual lines apart and avoid future clashing.”
“Where do these braindead, on-the-gov't payroll thieves, domestic terrorists, good for nothing spreaders of lies, fears, and innuendoes find the time AND money for this tripe, but can't seem to lift a finger to help anyone BUT themselves and their cronies? harold”
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