|Day Low/High||54.64 / 57.70|
|52 Wk Low/High||27.77 / 64.95|
Here is a follow-up trade to yesterday's pre-earnings play, on this large gap down.
The strategy is to position butterflies expiring this week on both the bullish and bearish sides.
The stock is pricing in a move around 7.3%, but recently we've rarely seen that level violated.
We're also starting to hear negative earnings pre-announcements from companies such as Cree and National Instrument.
Jim Cramer believes General Electric will win against rival Cree when it comes to the OLED lighting business.
Shares of the lighting manufacturer fell Wednesday off news of dismal sales revisions for the third quarter.
The bulls still have the run of the show for now.
Robert Ingram sits on four public company boards and is a director at three private companies, which governance experts view as cause for concern.
The stock's a buy at its current level using a close trailing percentage stop.
China's currency moves dampen stock futures on a busy day of M&A and earnings announcements.
Greece's woes help push Wall Street's major indices down around 1%.
Jim Cramer answers viewers' Twitter (TWTR) questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
Chicken, LED firms, spinoffs and Harrison Ford grab my attention.
For every blowout report there are likely to be disappointments.
Where it began. Gooooooood morning, Vietnam! Hey, this is not a test. This is rock and roll. Time to rock it from the delta to the DMZ! Is that me, or does that sound like an Elvis Presley movie? Viva Da Nang. Oh, viva, Da Nang. Da Nang me, Da Nang ...
Earnings beats are plentiful, but guidance is less than stellar.
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