A detailed look at certain option trading volume for ADI. Order Sentiment is interpreted as the way traders might feel about the future of a stock's price based on what they're buying on the options market. Call Trades that are bought on or above the market's asking price are considered Bullish -- expecting a move to the updside. Put Trades that are bought on or above the market's asking price are considered Bearish -- an expectation of a move to the downside. We exclude complex order types from these tables, as they might be part of a larger trade (or a hedge) that don't indicate any type of trading sentiment.
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