In any other administration I'd avoid the idea, but this administration and this president love to get on social media and make a splash.
This is a play on a long-term, not a short-term directional trade I normally like.
I would consider taking advantage of the higher volatility to setup a bullish risk reversal.
This trade idea on a blue-chip name yielding 3% is a scoop.
A selloff with a soft VIX followed by a rally with a really soft VIX tends to mean the easing of fear in the near term.
Although not completely immune to tariffs and Trade Wars, I could see LOW...escaping relatively unscathed.
Heading into the long Memorial Day weekend, here's how I would play the S&P 500.
Shares of AmerisourceBergen haven't been this cheap since the dark days of 2009.
Implied volatility is near three-month lows too, so there is not much expected of NVDA as far as movement right now.
While the gap down today kills short-term momentum, I believe the stock can find a trading range as long as it closes above $26.50.
Any new money I am putting into the market on dips is being done via buy-write option orders.
As stocks rally after ignoring the trade wars for a fourth time some money should find names such as XOM.
If INTC bounces toward $50, these are golden.
With the stock trading at all-time highs, I think optimism is overenthusiastic.
A trip back to $200 almost seems like a certainty.
I don't often chase a contrarian play, but sentiment appears to be at a bullish extreme.
The significant upside potential comes courtesy of Capri's battered stock price.
It's tough to call a bottom on these big momentum cloud names.
How can normal investors "sell insurance" without corporate overhead? They can become put option writers (sellers) on shares which offer excellent risk/reward characteristics.
It's a company without debt and a valuation that consists of 11% cash all while remaining profitable.
While DBX reports earnings tonight and has plenty of cash, they aren't exactly expecting big growth in the bottom line.
Sure, China is a problem for Apple, but not to this extent.
I think the high in the VIX is in unless the worst happens between now and Friday.
CVNA reports earnings tonight, it's sitting at all-time highs, and the stock has barely paused in its climb since mid-February.
This niche market should continue to do well while a small number of films and shows dominate theaters and TV.
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The VIX is way too high.
What are the charts of GOOGL and TSLA telling us now?
And Cognizant Technology Solutions currently provides the former type of investor with a rare opportunity.
I like AMD to make another run when the S&P 500 recovers in the next few days.