Someone buys more options than he sells corresponding contracts because he has corresponding expectations with regard to the underlying asset (a position where someone buys more options relative to the number of sold options; this strategy normally is placed in the expectation of a strong move of the underlying asset). – See Absorption phase, Spread.
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