Henry Schwartz of Trade Alert points out that several traders may be looking for a strong start to this year for these listed stocks.
Higher volumes means more bids and offers. Whether the recent decline in open interest is part of a longer-term trend or simply a short-term development is difficult to tell. Henry Schwartz of Trade Alert explains why it has important implications for investors and liquidity.
Henry Schwartz of Trade Alert explains why he likes to try to find trades that are on the 'right side' of some sort of pricing conditions.
Henry Schwartz of Trade Alert says don't force trades at a time when liquidity is poor and the short-term path for the economy is in flux.
Henry Schwartz of Trade Alert points out a flurry of activity in its short-term options Monday before being upgraded by a prominent Wall Street analyst.
Henry Schwartz of Trade Alert looks at three names that saw unusual activity last week and will be worth watching in the days ahead.
As the market has continued its post-election slide, the following names have seen contrarian bullish flow, suggesting a view that they may be set to climb, or at least outperform the broad market.
By opening positions in December, these big traders seem to be expressing confidence that the bullish trends in the underlying shares will continue over the next five and a half weeks.
I am expecting a few more 2% to 4% down days this month and nervous sideways trading into early December as all eyes focus on Washington and the "cliff."
Today's flow may be looking for shares to in these five companies to move higher.