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Skip Raschke says Goldman Sachs shares could break out to new highs and that a vertical call spread is his preferred trading tactic.
Skip Raschke sees Barnes & Noble as a strong candidate for his crisscross strangle tactic: It's a bet that the stock will make big moves, but the direction doesn't matter.
Given the fact that interest rates are creeping up, regional banks could find themselves the next sector to be supported not just by fund managers, but by the financial press.
I like to think that there are no two trades that are alike, as the market is far too dynamic for that occurrence. The planning of each trade to be taken is an individual process.
This is the temptation for newbie traders (and all traders) to avoid.
The reward factor of any trade or investment should never be the catalyst for exchanging personal capital for the trade/investment.
The strategy is both risk controlled on the short side and can become open-ended on the long side if all goes according to plan. This is how you need to trade the play.
This is a fantastic place to start for any trader that needs to improve his or her knowledge base regarding the world of Wall Street.
Rolling is an option trader's tactic used to better position the trader relative to the current and anticipated change in the future value of the underlying.
Given the potential for SBAC Communications to turn into a REIT and lack of earnings, I am joining the shorts on this stock.