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How to Play Google Options Post-Earnings

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How to Play Google Options Post-Earnings

Here’s the linkGoogle Post-Earnings Option Strategy

This strategy will gain 20% in 60 days as long as Google (GOOG) doesn’t fall by more than $50 during that time.  The 20% should come if GOOG falls by $50, remains flat, or moves higher by any amount. Once earnings are announced, the stock usually quiets down a bit, making this strategy an attractive one, at least if you are bullish on Google. 

A properly-devised options strategy can protect you against a $50 drop in the price while leaving you plenty of room to prosper if the stock continues to rise over time.

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