A collar consists of three parts: 100 shares of long stock, one covered call, and one long put. The cost of the put is covered by income from the call. So if strikes are the same, nothing of note happens. If the stock price rises, it gets called away. If the stock price falls, you exercise or sell the put.
So why even open a collar?
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