Here's a play in the stock and why I think it will dial back down.
Can investors chasing Ark see the woods through the trees?
With TPC, good news plus a bad sell-off equals opportunity.
Let's try to sort out the details of the complicated story of SOS Ltd. -- and why the short reports might be ... selling you short.
I believe more sensible regulations should be considered and enforcement is needed to adapt to gains in technology.
While the Chinese company is still not profitable, it is cash flow positive.
Here's where I CCL going soon.
If the market stabilizes, I believe XL could excel to the upside.
Let's look at the move in bonds, how it will lead stocks -- and load the deck with some 'b-sides.'
These calls are going to end up in the money.
I love this chart and I'm woefully underexposed in this area.
After a rocky day of trading Tuesday, use Wednesday to get back on track.
British American Tobacco cooks up an 8% yield with low risk and decent upside.
I would be a buyer of these BP calls.
Both have raised a ton of cash recently...sell puts against them.
NGVT has outstanding growth and an outstanding valuation.
FIII is the buyer of urban delivery van firm Electric Last Mile Solutions.
Let's look at opportunities in Coty and DXC.
Traders are betting that there is a lot more potential upside in these names.
These call buyers are aggressive. They are purchasing in large quantities without much regard for price.
The short-term puts look like an attractive sell opportunity.
To undercut costs of Chinese competitors, SOS is using hydropower for its cloud crypto mining center.
The pharmacy giant offered a great buy/write options play last summer and is setting up again for such action.
When it dips below $90 I buy calls on it, and it has seemed to work.
I want the $10 level as my long strike for the put spread.
3 options strategies offering very nice returns in HTLD.
POWW's proposed acquisition of GunBroker.com makes sense.
After earnings, it seems money likes to bail on these stocks.
You'd think at least a few analysts would have recommended Simon Property Group shares at their enormously marked-down price. That's not how Wall Street works.
WMT has been stuck in a channel for some time flailing around its 50 DMA.