The Green Spin Pit Option is a name meaning a trading strategy designed to avoid price risk. The phrase was popularized in the 1990s and 2000s by some of the guidelines adopted by then-Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan. Green Spain was president from 1987 to 2006. Throughout his tenure, he has sought to support the US economy by actively using federal funds to change rates.
- Green Spain's proposal focuses on the need to avoid fluctuations in stock market prices.
- The name implies a stock buying strategy, but it is also possible to buy a put to protect it as the price will continue to fluctuate even if it increases.
- The name does not imply a specific trading strategy, so there is no way to measure the effectiveness of such a concept.
- A historical review of price action confirms why the impression remains that such a strategy is necessary.
Literal Meanings of Greenspan Put
Meanings of Put:
Move or bring to a specific position.
Let (someone or someone) go to a certain place and stay there for a while.
Placed in a particular state or state.
Write or print (something) in a special place.
Expression (of ideas or comments) in a particular style, form or language.
The price of an item (a certain amount)
Throwing as an athletic sport (punch or weight)
(The river) flows in a certain direction.
Throwing a ball or shooting.
Raise your hand to surrender.
Have a lot of casual sex.
Set the clock or set it to reflect the change of official time.
Used to indicate that the speaker wants to shake hands with someone who agrees or congratulates them.
Sentences of Put
Look where you put your feet!
He walked away and placed a strong hand on her face.
He moved to stand between himself and the shooter.
Do not place your finger near the screen.
He closed his eyes and put his hand on the glass.
He said to the audience: I always try to put it on my knees and pat it on the back to breathe.
When she wrote the letter and placed it under the angel's door, Tess was relieved to know that she knew everything about her past.
He put his hand under Morgan and lifted him from his chair.
She cried, then her husband crossed the room to hug her.
I sat down, crossed my legs, and thoughtfully placed my fist under my chin.
My mother moved her weight from one leg to the other, crossed her arms, put her hand on his chin, and looked at the creature.
He put down the note he had written on the table and went downstairs crying.
Synonyms of Put
pencil, set down, formulate, assess, value, settle, compute, situate, judge, inscribe, guess, measure, scribble, add, dash off, gauge, position, lay, put, establish, calculate, render, phrase, fix, word, put down, scrawl, frame