With Dec 20 options expiry today, Aflac Stock has generated significant returns.
What is interesting for investors though is looking at the concept of rolling in the money Credit Put Spreads. Many investors finding rolling credit put spreads difficult, but in most trades the answer is simple especially if, like my Aflac Stock trade, you can profit from both the short and the long side of the trade in a rolling position.
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Aflac Stock (AFL) Rolling In The Money Credit Put Spreads
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