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When selling credit spreads and it is going against you and you are losing on the trade, when do you buy back the spread? I know it vaires with your risk control, and have read that when it doubles some buy back the spread and some do it when the call or put you sold is about to go into the moeny or strike, but I was wondering what Hamp said or what some of you use as risk control.
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