|Day Low/High||25.13 / 26.31|
|52 Wk Low/High||5.00 / 62.29|
I prefer spreads as individual calls and puts can be a bit pricey.
The stock is investible as long as the investor understands that there's clearly an element of speculation to making that choice.
Here's why self-awareness is key to good trading -- and a list of hot picks on my radar.
Study those charts and be ready to act as things develop.
To navigate this market effectively you have to keep looking at leading sectors and themes and watch where the money is rotating.
One thing you absolutely cannot do is this.
The action last week was unsettling to the market, but it showed there's still plenty of liquidity. Here's the question for this week.
The stakes are high with FUBO as we hit the second wave of squeezes -- here's how to play it.
Professional hedge fund managers adjust very fast, and they've done a lot of unwinding in order to restore flexibility.
What's most important about this market is understanding which themes are driving the action.
Our look at the stocks of both FUBO and PUBM.
There is some good dip buying on my screens in the early going.
There are two numbers I would base my thinking around.
We need the market to emotionally reset like traders should have done over the holidays.
If you are chasing higher, this is something worth watching in terms of risk management.
I am short-term bearish on the valuation of this stock, and see an unbalanced put butterfly as the way to go.
Unfortunately, I envision a very big fall coming to many of the names that have run triple-digits over the past month or so.
Long-term, I find the name extremely interesting. Short-term, I find the stock extremely risky.