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AutoZone announces earnings Tuesday, and shares could rally if earnings meet or beat analysts' expectations. Here's a risky yet very profitable options strategy for such an outcome.
Housing reports and earnings from AutoZone and General Mills are also due out.
For the week of September 21 there are some key data to be released including new and existing home sales.
There are numerous signs that Anheuser-Busch Inbev (BUD) will make a bullish move. This options strategy offers a low-risk, high-return way of profiting from such a move.
Apple (AAPL) continues to look bullish, but the technical signals are still developing. Can you profit from a bullish move in the stock without buying actual shares?
The iPath Bloomberg Coffee exchange-traded fund is a relatively new trading vehicle. Should you imbibe? Here's what Skip Raschke would do.
EIA (Energy Information Agency) data showed an unexpected drawdown, although crude oil fundamentals remain weak.
Eric Zuccarelli, an independent metals trader, says that weak demand and sluggish Chinese economic data was partly behind the current drop in gold prices.
Gold remains weak as it broke the key technical level of $1,180 due to a number of factors including a strong U.S. dollar and anticipation of the September FOMC meeting.
The Technology Select Sector SPDR ETF is loaded with the tech companies you're most familiar with. To profit on them now, Skip Raschke recommends an out-of-the-money call time spread.
Cracker Barrel (CBRL) reports earnings Wednesday morning before the open. The stock is poised for a bullish move, and here are options strategies you can use to profit.
Here we goest into the breach known as September-October massacre-land. This annual gauntlet is replete with historically nasty selloffs. Don't predict, but instead try to anticipate and then hedge.
FedEx (FDX) is set to report earnings Wednesday. Is the stock ready to make a new move, or has it become range-bound once again?
Investors will be in a state of high anticipation for much of the week of Sept. 14, as the markets await the FOMC's decision on raising interest rates.
For the week of September 14 we await the FOMC's decision regarding an interest rate hike.
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