Bear Puts - Learn To Hit Home Runs With Options
Are you looking for a great way to target some quick growth in the stock market? Bear Puts can be a fantastic way to do just that. Many investors have used them successfully to accomplish their investing goals. Learn how to place a Bear Put in a quick must-see video..
Bear Put Setups
Basic Bear Put Setup
How To Select Risk/Reward
Good Entry & Exit Timing
What Are Bear Puts & Why Are They So Game-Changing?
A Bear Put is a way to take advantage of a stock either dropping, slightly dropping, or even remaining flat. Doesn't that sound better than only winning in one direction like when you own a stock?
To place this trade, you would buy a put option at a higher strike price than where you would sell a put option. Your risk is whatever remaining debit is left over. And your reward can be super high depending on how you structure it.
Bear Puts can be used to target aggressive returns in the stock market and can certainly lead to some phenomenal growth in a fairly short amount of time.
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