Semiconductor stocks dropped sharply last week over escalating concerns regarding the trade war with China. With China being a major exporter of components and assembled goods, chip companies do not want to see the battle of tariffs continue.
One way to protect a portfolio with heavy exposure to semiconductors is to buy put spreads in a semiconductor ETF such as Market Vectors Semiconductor ETF (SMH). With SMH dropping, there were several put spreads executed in SMH options, often in large blocks.
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