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  1. 4 Popular Options Strategies for 2016

    Learn how long straddles, long strangles and vertical debit spreads can help you ...
  2. Should Your Options Go Naked?

    Compare naked strategies to credit spreads and see if the unlimited risk of going ...
  3. Profit From Earnings Surprises With Straddles ...

    These option strategies allow traders to play on earnings announcements without taking ...
  4. Get A Strong Hold On Profit With Strangles

    Forget straddles. These strangles are both liberating and legal in the investing ...
  1. What options strategies are commonly used for investing in the electronics sector?

    Learn how investors employ the long straddle and long strangle options strategies to profit when prices in the electronics ...
  2. What options strategies are best suited for investing in the aerospace sector?

    Learn how investors profit from volatility in the aerospace sector by employing options strategies, which include the long ...
  3. What options strategies are best suited for investing in the Internet sector?

    Learn how two popular options strategies, the long straddle and the long strangle, enable investors to make money on the ...
  4. What options strategies are best suited for investing in the automotive sector?

    Learn how options strategies, such as the long straddle and the long strangle, enable investors to profit no matter which ...
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