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Option strategies are non-directional if they do not require the price to move in a given direction to generate a profit. Some non-directional strategies may benefit if the price action has a Bullish or Bearish bias, for example, credit Spreads, but to be non-directional, an Options Strategy should profit if at Expiration the price has not changed from when the position was opened. Most non-directional strategies are credit-based. This means the investor receives a Premium up-front from the Short side of the strategy which exceeds any debit.
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