There were 2 stocks for Sep 23 2022 using the Trade Ahead Of Earnings Strategy.
The first setup today using the Trade Ahead Of Earnings Strategy was in FedEx Stock (FDX). They released their earnings late afternoon probably in error as they were slated for after the market closed. It has a goal of a 90% return.
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Goal Of 90% Return for FedEx Stock (FDX) Trade Ahead Of Earnings Strategy Setup for Sep 22 2022
Disclaimer: There are risks involved in all investment strategies and investors can and do lose capital. Trade at your own risk.
Learning The Trade Ahead Of Earnings Strategy
For investors learning the Trade Ahead Of Earnings Strategy, one of the best ways to learn is through actual trades, from start to finish.
Here are trade articles that are well worth reading to learn more on the Trade Ahead Of Earnings Strategy including how to setup trades, manage and adjust them and close them for profits.
Using The Trade Ahead Of Earnings Strategy With Smaller Portfolios: Aug 31 2017
Under Armour Stock: Aug 7 2017 / Strangle
Amazon Stock: July 28 2017 / reverse iron condor
PepsiCo Stock: July 25 2017 / reverse iron condor
Alphabet Stock: July 25 2017 / reverse iron condor
Netflix Stock: July 18 2017 / modified reverse iron condor – full strategy explanation
Netflix Stock: July 17 2017 / handling the modified reverse iron condor
Delta Stock: July 13 2017 / the day after earnings – reverse iron condor
How To Pick Option Strikes May 16 2017
American Airlines Stock Returned 87% – Here’s How – April 27 2017 / reverse iron condor
Alcoa Stock: April 24 2017 – Update of Trade Ahead Of Earnings Strategy After The Close reverse iron condor
Lulu Stock: March 30 2017 – reverse iron condor Handling The Trade Strategy The Day After
Yum Stock: Feb 4 2016: handling a loss when using reverse iron condor trade ahead of earnings
Monster Beverage Stock: May 1 2016: 104% Return – Handling The Trade After Earnings Are Announced
Twitter Stock: May 1 2016: reverse iron condor – calls ended up worthless – 26% returned
Apple Stock: Jan 30 2016: improving on a reverse iron condor trade – 81% return