After the recent post-earnings push higher, YETI stock has been consolidating in a bullish flag.
How to play Disney's tumble after the close of the Fox deal.
An options play on the stock making a run higher after two bad days.
There is an opportunity for a quick pop to the $42-$47 area.
Here's how to trade AAPL with options now.
Like the S&P 500, Dell has also smashed through a significant resistance level.
Recently uplisted CTST is a huge player in the medical marijuana market.
The stock is now at an all-time high, while implied volatility is at a 52-week low.
Consider a bullish options strategy on this one, whether it's selling a vertical credit spread or buying a bullish vertical debit spread.
Here's a nice options play on the VIX continuing its depression over the next week.
NXPI has its hands in two of the strongest growth sectors of tech in terms of usage and need for innovation.
The last two earnings reports were actually better than the share price indicates. Look for investors to recognize this.
Here is how I would play the decline off outage issues.
Bulls want to label Roku the next Netflix, while bears offer many of the same arguments once used against Netflix.
I am not calling for some crazy selloff, just a near-dated mean reversion.
Here's a way to take advantage of it.
Potential buyers are faced with a small dilemma here.
YY has been hammered time and time again after reporting earnings. Last week, that trend came to an end.
Look for the XLF to run higher with the FOMC now providing clear guidance on rates.
Captain Marvel might not do so marvelous this weekend.
With shares breaking above the recent, albeit small, pennant, there might be reason for optimism.
The stock has risen dramatically over the past few months, but the ranges have been tightening quickly.
This is the lowest volume near 1% selloff I have seen in a very long time.
GSKY bulls watched as the stock lost two-thirds of its value from its post-IPO high and are now looking for news to turn the bearish tide.
This idea is for those of you who like to trade earnings in a directional fashion.
I'm willing to take a shot on the long side here as the stock bounces around $22.
As reality sets in, I think we end the week up nice and green.
Slashing prices (and features) on the Model 3 and closing dealerships doesn't sound like a company with excess demand.
Is there enough of an upside potential if MGM resumes a rally in the near future?
I wouldn't initiate a new, full position today, but I would initiate a partial position in case this small float name runs away before we see a pullback.