Getting a Jump on Three Big Names

It was a big week for earnings, but we're not done yet. There were more winners than losers this week, but still lots of room to improve. Amazon (AMZN) was the best play of the week by far. I have removed more than 60% of the trade and locked down the rest via a long weekly $327.50 call. So my worst case is a value of $5 on the remaining butterflies with the potential still for $15 if it closes at $325 -- and even $12.50 now if Amazon were to rally all the way back to $340.

Three big names for next week I want to get an early jump upon are Twitter (TWTR), Tesla Motors (TSLA) and LinkedIn (LNKD). I anticipate these to be three of the bigger moves when it comes to the well-known names. It is not the right time to put on trades, but brainstorming into the weekend should make me feel better prepared for the earnings to come....492 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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