Symmetric Risk Exposure

Definition of "Symmetric risk exposure"

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Gain that occurs when the move in the underlying asset in one direction is similar to the loss when the underlying asset moves in the opposite direction. For example, if a stock goes up by X dollars, there is an X dollar gain. On the other hand, if a stock goes down by X dollars, there is an X dollar loss.

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