What is HIGH-LOW OPTION?

An OVERTHECOUNTER COMPLEX OPTION that grants the buyer a payoff based on the difference between the high and low prices achieved by the UNDERLYING reference ASSET during the life of the transaction. See also CALLON THE MAXIMUM, PUT ON THE MINIMUM.

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