A Bull Spread is a simple derivative with a floor and ceiling limiting the very lowest and highest points at which it can settle. This puts an absolute limit on your risk and profit.
Bull Spreads Contracts
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Bull Spreads Examples
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Buy a Bull Spread if you think the underlying market will rise. Sell if you think it will fall.
Floors and ceilings ensure you always know your maximum possible profit/loss in advance.
Low Cost Leverage
Establish a position without tying up a lot of capital with small contract sizes and caps on possible losses.
Available on a wide range of global stock index futures, spot forex rates, and commodity futures.
Some background on Bull Spreads
Every day Nadex lists a variety of low-cost Bull Spread contracts enabling you to gain access to a wide range of popular markets with capped risk and low collateral requirements.
For example, if you trade the ‘EUR/USD 1.3480 – 1.4080 (3PM)’ Bull Spread, 1.3480 and 1.4080 are the most extreme points at which your contract can settle, no matter how far the market moves beyond them. If you are going long close to the floor of 1.3480 or short close to the ceiling of 1.4080, it is likely your capital requirement will be significantly smaller than if you opened a conventional OTC spot forex trade on EUR/USD.
Bull Spread contracts can have a per-point value of as little as $1, which adds flexibility to your trading, with opportunities for highly leveraged trades with strictly limited risk loss-potential.
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The maximum risk for any trade is fixed and required in advance so you cannot be called upon for further funds. But please remember these are volatile instruments and there is a high risk of losing your initial investment on each individual transaction.