Top trader Najarian buys Goldman on dip

Traders work at the Goldman Sachs booth on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
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CNBC "Halftime Report" trader Jon Najarian scooped up shares of Goldman Sachs as the firm's shares remain near the lowest level this year.

On Thursday, the investment bank missed third-quarter earnings estimates for both earnings and revenue, because of a slowdown in China's economy, uncertainty about the direction of U.S. interest rates and volatility in commodity pricing.

Since reaching a multi-year high of $218 in June, shares of Goldman have fallen 17 percent, with the stock now down 7 percent for 2015.

As the stock underperforms, here's how the options trader is positioned for a potential move ahead:

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