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In the Money with Fidelity Investments & Dan Nathan

Trade smarter with this weekly series from Fidelity Investments featuring CNBC contributor and options strategist Dan Nathan. Get fresh market takes every Tuesday that can help spark new trading ideas. Visit Fidelity.com/inthemoney today for research and idea generation tools, expertise, and educational support that can help improve your options trading.

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    In the Money: A Murky Earnings Season

    Prices and interest rates have been on the rise, which may contribute to a hard-to-read earnings season. Dan discusses the market’s recent ricochet back toward all-time highs and details two trade ideas

    Oct 20, 2021

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