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Strip in case of  bonds,  is the process of removing coupons from a Bond and then selling the separate parts as a Zero coupon bond and Interest paying coupons. Also known as a stripped Bond or Zero coupon bond.
    
Where as in options, a strategy created by being Long in one call and two put options, all with the exact same Strike Price.
    
In the context of bonds, stripping is typically done by a brokerage or other financial Institution. Strip is an acronym for Separate Trading of Registered Interest and Principal of Securities.
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