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In Investment, what are Jelly Rolls?

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In Investment, what are Jelly Rolls?

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Most of us look for ways to maximize the revenue we generate with investment strategies. One commonly used method of increasing the profit margins for a stock portfolio is by utilizing jelly rolls as one of those strategies. Here are some things you should know about jelly rolls, including how to go about using them and when utilizing this strategy is more likely to reap rewards. Sometimes referred to as a “long jelly roll,” the method involves a two pronged approach. Jelly rolls require the investor to conduct two separate sets of transactions at the same time. With the first transaction, the investor will buy a put and sell a call, with both the put and the call having the same net value. In lay person terms, this means that the investor will announce an intention to purchase a stock in the anticipation that the stock will decline in underlying price, thus realizing a profit, or buying a put. At the same time, the investor also announces the intention to sell a stock and then does so

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