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In trading on Friday, shares of Pioneer Energy Services Corp crossed below their last reported book value — defined as common shareholder equity per share — of $8.31, changing hands as low as $8.12 per share. Pioneer Energy Services Corp shares are currently trading off about 3% on the day.
Investors in Pioneer Energy Services Corp saw new options become available this week, for the February 22nd expiration. At Stock Options Channel, our YieldBoost formula has looked up and down the PES options chain for the new February 22nd contracts and identified the following put contract of particular interest.
Schlumberger (SLB) gained today based on a positive note about the oil services industry from Deutsche Bank.
Legendary investor Warren Buffett advises to be fearful when others are greedy, and be greedy when others are fearful. One way we can try to measure the level of fear in a given stock is through a technical analysis indicator called the Relative Strength Index, or RSI, which measures momentum on a scale of zero to 100.
Investors considering a purchase of Pioneer Energy Services Corp shares, but cautious about paying the going market price of $8.37/share, might benefit from considering selling puts among the alternative strategies at their disposal. One interesting put contract in particular, is the March 2014 put at the $7.50 strike, which has a bid at the time of this writing of 65 cents.
Investors eyeing a purchase of Pioneer Energy Services Corp shares, but tentative about paying the going market price of $6.70/share, might benefit from considering selling puts among the alternative strategies at their disposal. One interesting put contract in particular, is the December put at the $5 strike, which has a bid at the time of this writing of 25 cents.
AAM's Scott Colyer tells TheStreet's Joe Deaux that he doesn't see the bull market ending soon.
The 2013 bull market charges higher and AAM's Scott Colyer tells TheStreet's Joe Deaux he doesn't see it ending soon.
Regardless of the reason behind it, when a stock makes a large-percentage move, it is often just the start of a new major trend -- a trend that can lead to huge profits.
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