I don't see volatility issues for Insurance Acquisition Corp., which is set to vote on its merger with Shift in mid-October.
PENN is a runner that I think will end the week above $75.
I'm not looking to hold a trade until TSLA earnings in late October, I'm only looking out a week.
So, is this a good time, or a bad time to buy stocks? Yes, and yes.
The October bullish put spread sale opportunity here presents an attractive risk vs. reward.
A short-term bounce is likely -- so here's how I'd play silver.
The stock of Bill.com sits on the aggressive side of the ledger in a big way; here's how to play it.
Here's a play I've dug up on the VanEck Vectors Gold Miners fund.
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.
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.
Dip buyers have come out recently when JPM slides below the century mark.
Momentum and trend are key with this type of stock, so it is essential we see that continue.
The units have split into shares and warrants, but the option contracts remain.
So let's have Caesars take us there, as the casino name looks set to run to a new 52-week high.
By waiting, watching and acting quickly, I took advantage of an almost surreal trade on this electric vehicle name.
I'm betting the QQQ is going to end the week on the wrong side of $270.
A familiar pattern has emerged potentially signally a 15% breakout from the current print.
As the transports start to take off and tech looks to have too much baggage, JBLU appears ready for the runway.
VZ seems like it is trying to break out.
While implied volatility looks like a bumpy ride ahead for LI, here's how I would approach this new Chinese name in the electric vehicle industry.
These calls provide a couple of extra weeks and are pretty cheap when compared to September.
Here's how I would play the SLV ETF.
A potentially attractive trade idea based on past observations on Citron long calls.
This Nikola tie-up could signal the start of a renaissance for GM.
I've spotted a half dozen stocks that could see huge gains without even getting into overpriced territory.
The tanking of the Nasdaq 100 seems to have scared people.
Whether or not TSLA is the key to this market, I see a tug-of-war in the company's shares that can be used to your advantage with this technique.