It did not turn out well in most cases. The attempts did, however, leave behind some zombie positions.
One such was a position in GM, which expired worthless. It was composed of long options left over from the a net short spread built from both long and short positions. Click on the symbol for full results covering the length of the position through its lifetime.
-- Tim Bovee, Portland, Oregon, June 18, 2016
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