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If the hedge ratio for a stock call is 0.70, then what would be the hedge ratio for a put with...

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If the hedge ratio for a stock call is 0.70, then what would be the hedge ratio for a put with the same expiration date and exercise price as the call?

Hedge ratio:

The hedge ratio is the amount of underlying assets that need to be bought or sold in order to hedge the changes due to the change in delta of the option. Usually for calls, hedge ratio is positive and for puts, it is negative.

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