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Use 'other peoples money' for this Technology Select Sector SPDR ETF's call-back spread.
The trade tactic for First Solar is not for the risk averse, as it is a bullish out-of-the-money vertical call spread.
AT&T will lure future buyers of stock who want safety, high relative yield and a good chance for appreciation.
This exchange-traded fund is best of breed if you are looking for performance pegged to crude oil.
Thanks to its tie to Alibaba, Yahoo!'s chart is looking quite bearish. Here's how to trade it.
Lowe's will report earnings Aug. 19. The consensus view of $1.24 per share is a 20% improvement year over year for the home improvement company. Time to start trading.
The ProShares UltraShort Dow 30 exchange-traded fund is an intermediate options trade.
The best trade tactic for BAC is called the dynamic synthetic call, where you buy the underlying stock and the at-the-money puts.
With one exception, India, the emerging market growth engines have stalled and, as a result, investor flows over the last 12 months have been directed much more toward developed markets.
The time to be complacent and unhedged is over. With the S&P 500 nearing all-time highs and the VIX lower, it's time to take advantage of cheaper portfolio insurance.
Tesoro sees bearish flow, while Facebook and Twitter calls are active.
Somebody thinks 13 is a lucky number for Louisiana Pacific.
One player in the options market last week committed significant capital in a trade takes advantage of current volatility levels and may indicate a view that action will may get more interesting in the weeks ahead.
Incessant warnings of complacency, especially when unattached to a specific, confirmable risk scenario, introduce their own sort of risk: the risk of losing money from paying the ongoing costs of ill-timed bearish postures.
As TWTR is perceived less like a fetishized social media growth story and more like the public utility for the 21st century that it has become for so many users, expectations around future earnings will change as well.
This year, one of the best sources of returns has been the passage of time.
Taken at face value, none of these sorts of metrics could ever provide the justification for entering a position.
On one bullish/bearish table I compiled we actually ran 'short' of bearish names, an unusual occurrence and one that I take as a warning sign for 'frothy' action.
Despite the negative headlines and weakness in shares, the order flow in GM seemed decidedly bullish throughout much of last week and the increased options activity comes ahead of several potential catalysts.
In a story on Wednesday for The Deal, Bill McConnell walks through some of the key concerns that have been raised. There are two issues investors in the stock should consider.