On Nov. 4, I made my second real-money portfolio buy -- a purchase of an in-the-money call on title insurer Fidelity National Financial (NYSE: FNF). This option currently trades down from my initial purchase, and offers a better buying opportunity. While investors would do fine simply owning the underlining stock, I believe the June 2011 options offer an interesting way to capitalize on a near term rebound in the stock. Watch the video and then read on below:

Andy Louis-Charles is an analyst for Inside Value and our special situations premium portfolio service, Special Ops, and manages a Rising Star real-money portfolio. If you're interested in learning more about his portfolio, ask him a question, or pitch him a stock, click here to visit his discussion board.

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