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T-Bonds (September 2017)
Buy 1 ZBU7 148^00 Put for 0^18 or better. The total risk is $281.25 plus commissions and fees.
The Treasury markets have been under massive liquidation with perhaps more to follow. The rising yields in the US and Europe and the data may add to the possible delay in the expansionary phase that the new leadership had campaigned with. The tax cuts and reforms may be delayed thus warranting the decline.
We monitor the options position and will attempt to double the premium on the trade.
The minimum tick is 0^1 equivalent to $15.62.
To close the position!
Sell 1 ZBU7 148^00 Put for 0^36 or better. The total dollar value would then be $562.50 less commissions and fees.
The Expiration of the option is August 25th, 2017
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This is a long shot as most options expire worthless. The odds favor the writer or granter of the option. The reason to buy options typically may be for the prescribed risk factor except in the case that an option goes into the money and is exercised. It would then become a futures position requiring margin.
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