Those traders who hoped to capitalize on market momentum with call options have discovered this month that stocks don't always go up.
Here are two plays on special purpose acquisition companies I'm watching right now.
This is a pretty inexpensive play on AAPL catching a small bid.
Can you close long puts in the pre-market? This could apply to calls as well, but the blunt answer is no, you can't.
Are equity markets oversold? Sorry to say, but I don't think so. Not yet.
During times of economic or political duress, commodity rallies are often all or nothing. Here's a trade idea.
Next week looks like it could be a rough one for bonds.
I'm not bearish PENN in the long-term, but shares are trading 50% above their 50-day simple moving average.
Without knowing your mindset or opinion around a stock or the market, you can become paralyzed by analysis.
Dip buyers have come out recently when JPM slides below the century mark.