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Intermediate Trade: Cisco Real Money Pro($)

A bullishly biased, in the money, calendar diagonal put spread.
It's not as much of an apples-and-oranges comparison as you might think.
It's what I've been saying all along.
The company formerly known as Google is the most valuable company in the world -- for now.
The popularity of the PC is fading as consumers increasingly move to smaller devices. And shares of the big semiconductor producers are feeling it.
Its results provided us with just a taste of the opportunity that lies ahead.
Once again, things are setting up well for a SBAC bearishly biased, near-the-money vertical put spread.
Growth reflects the resiliency of the company's business model.
In retrospect, Alphabet's stock was dirt cheap. You just didn't know it.
It's too soon to tell whether this recent rally is a bull trap. 

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