Bull Vertical Spread

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DEFINITION of 'Bull Vertical Spread'

An bullish strategy used by investors who feel that the market price of a commodity will appreciate but wish to limit the downside potential associated with an incorrect prediction.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'Bull Vertical Spread'

A bull vertical spread requires the simultaneous purchase and sale of options with different strike prices, but of the same class and expiration date.

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