INTC has seen continued buying, and what draws me to AMD is the very different price pattern.
When the VIX becomes 'expensive' that is a sign that things are calming down.
This risk-reversal strategy could work for those looking to add to longs.
I would be a seller of these puts in BA.
The luxury home furniture gallery reports financial results for the fourth quarter and fiscal year ended February 1, 2020, after Monday's market close.
It's way too cheap and I want to own it.
A strong S&P for three days makes me leery of what's ahead, but here's an option in JNJ.
As with so many companies, we already know the reporting quarter should be relatively strong.
Whatever short-term positive impact the bounce of the past two days is having will be just that: short-term.
I would be a buyer of this one with both hands in.
From a taking the temperature of an impact on the global retail economy (non-tech), this is about the best the markets could ask for.
I would be a seller of these puts, a la Warren.
I continue to shuttle new money into the market on declines using buy-write option strategies.
It's worth putting a leg out to play in this market to see how hard and fast we can rally.
This is literally something I have not seen before.
Here's how to play SFIX amid the Covid-19 pandemic and the stock's post-earnings free fall from earlier this month.
I wonder if we are seeing the first sign of the market catching its breath.
I would posit that when we see the excitement around General Mills and Campbell Soup wane, we'll find more stability in the market.
Assuming deliveries can still be made, then CHWY should see its pet business hold tight or even increase.
There is a real chance to make some money out there if you have the cash -- and Disney is a perfect example of that.
The options market has been active on this one favoring bullish behavior.
What is crazy is the movement in names that have been winners up to now.
For both names, I would simply take a small nibble on the stock approach.
What I am seeing now in this market is an opportunity to put lines in the sand.
It is the covered call, and it can be used in trading ETFs and individual stocks.
Try to take advantage of all the trading that's going on.
The idea is to create a floor and a ceiling for your holding by selling one call and buying one put per 100 shares of a position.
This some really nice value on a longer-dated option that is way out of the money.
FSLY makes a great long-term hold, but there's opportunity for traders, too: Here's how to play it.
Find stuff you definitely want to own and set up longer-term trades.