Among the bearish strategies, we find the Bear Call Spread Strategy. The Bear Call Spread is part of a series of multi-leg strategies that consist of the simultaneous selling and buying of options with the same expiration, but different strike prices. The Bear Call Spread is a bearish strategy that has a limited maximum profit. The strategy benefits from a decline in the price of the underlying asset. The trader’s view is bearish. It is a strategy that involves selling a call option and buying a call with a strike price higher than the sold call. The expiration of the option is the same. In this case, we sell a call and collect the premium, and we buy a call with a higher strike to limit the risk in case the price of the underlying should rise. This is a credit strategy as we receive the difference between the two premiums. Unlike the “Naked” call sale or Short Call, our premium is reduced because we have a buying leg of a call in which we pay for this option. The wide…