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I think BR is doing very well, its solid business.
If you are not sure what to do I would buy a portion of you allocation outright and then perhaps see if you want to sell some at the money PUTS to complete your allocation and hopefully buy at a discount, if you portfolio is large enough. If all you do is sell PUTS you cap your upside - remember it is basically the same profit diagram as a covered call. Would you buy BR stock and then do covered calls on the entire position? So I would not limit your upside.
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