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When you're trading options, getting on the "right side" of the trade simply means going long with calls on a stock that's going up, and short with puts on a stock that's headed down.
But earnings season really increases the stakes and the intensity of trading. Options premiums can fluctuate widely going into an earnings announcement, and things can get really interesting once the announcement is made, gapping up if the results are favorable, and down if they aren't.
Figuring out where these stocks will go so you can trade the appropriate options contracts would be one of trading's biggest challenges...
...if you had to concern yourself with it at all.
Today, I'm going to make it all easier for you, and show you how you can make money without having to guess where the stock is going after earnings announcements.
Trading doesn't get much easier than that, and earnings season is just about to get into full swing, so you'll be able to make some serious money over the next few weeks.