If you are positive you can look at buying long term calls, also known as LEAPS. These are options that expire at least a year later. The other option, no pun intended is to be cautious and sell a put that is 10-15% below the current price.
Our idea today is to sell a Jan 17,20 PUT, the premium is roughly $13.50. That gives you a basis of $106.50 if the stock is put to you. based on having to have $12,000 available in case the stock is put to you the annual return of $13.50 is 11.25% yield. All this is assuming that the stock is never PUT to you.
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