Act of Bankruptcy

Definition:

An action by a debtor that can be a basis for creditors to file a bankruptcy petition against the debtor. Examples of such actions are concealing assets, defrauding creditors, favoring one creditor over another, or admitting in written a willingness to be adjudged bankrupt.

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Combination strategy

A strategy in which a put and call with different strike prices and the same expiration are either both bought or both sold. Related: Straddle

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