long jelly roll

Definition

A complex option strategy involving four separate investments that allows investors to bet on a widening of the price difference between futures contracts with different expiration dates. This strategy uses two put and two call options to combine a near-term synthetic short position with a longer-term synthetic long position.
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long inverse floating exempt receipt (LIFER) long lease