Symmetric Risk Exposure


Definition of "Symmetric risk exposure"

Rae  Wakelin & Nicola Wakelin
Rae Wakelin & Nicola Wakelin Amerivest Realty- Wakelin Realty Team

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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