Mitchell has been trading for more than eight years and is the founder of Options Risk Management. His experience includes equities, ETFs, options, futures, forex, and even bitcoins. He started by learning technical and fundamental analysis and in recent years has studied the importance of watching unusual options activity to see where the big money is positioning. Mitchell ran a premium trading subscription service from the start of 2013 through the end of 2014 where he provided market insight to 100+ members. He launched the new and improved ORM Equity/Option Trader Subscription Service in March of 2015. Early in 2014, he started teaching on an individual basis via 1 on 1 equity/options mentoring. These customized courses help investors and traders learn technical/fundamental analysis, trading on unusual options activity, options basics to advanced strategies, options greeks, volatility, and positioning for earnings and other catalysts. Mitchell is also a regular contributor to TraderPlanet, Seeking Alpha, and TheStreet.com. You can follow him on Twitter and StockTwits for daily market commentary as well.
Beer and liquor sales are growing at a double digit pace, but there are some concerns if you're looking to add money to the stock.
The semiconductor solutions company hit a new 52-week high recently and is substantially up year to date. But can this company keep its mojo humming?
Hiring a former Vitamin Shoppe executive with private equity ties could mean a sale in GNC's future.
On June 30, someone purchased 5,000 Oct $55 calls for $1.29-$1.39 each ($670,000 bet).
With the paint and chemicals supplier reporting Thursday, the buyer of 4,000 July $210 calls for $3.60 each continues to remain long the $1.44 million bet.
One large buyer of call spreads on Alaska Air is betting on double-digit gains in the airline's stock by October.
Over the last six quarters, the stock has closed higher after reporting earnings.
The day Harley-Davidson announced its electric motorcycle, more than 13,000 August $75 calls traded in the range of 98 cents to $1.20 each. Citigroup sees the shares hitting $85.
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