Timeframe and expiration dates refer to the length of time that the outcome is valid once you have it in your portfolio. For example, filtering by timeframe for 6-12 months will give you outcomes expiring 6-12 months from today. Changes in the timeframe will result in different outcomes and probability of winning. You can exit an outcome at anytime, but the gains may differ from your original outcome as these are calculated based on holding the outcome to maturity.

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