By David Russell, reporter at optionMONSTER.comCHICAGO ( TheStreet) - Below is a compilation of some important stories that ran Monday on optionMONSTER.com. optionMONSTER was co-founded by Deep in the Money Calls author Pete Najarian and uses advanced monitoring systems to detect trading patterns by large institutional traders and retail investors. Strategy looks for Intuit ( INTU) to move: The tax software maker's implied volatility has been bottoming around 21 percent, and one trader is looking for a run-up into the company's earnings release. Satyam ( SAY) trade bets on low volatility: Shares of the IT services firm has moved in an increasingly tight range in the last six months, and a large option trade is looking for the stock to see more low volatility. Call buyer looks for gains in ASML ( ASML): The Dutch maker of semiconductor equipment is pulling back after hitting a 9-year high, and at least one investor expects more gains. Clues on IBM ( IBM)chart before earnings: The daily chart reveals little in the way of a technical pattern that can prove useful ahead of today's earnings report. The weekly chart, however, offers more clues. Heavy call action in FelCor Lodging ( FCH): The real-estate investment trust is up 485 percent over the last year, and the calls are active even though the shares have fallen sharply over the last three days. Put buyer sets sights on Jefferies ( JEF): The financial firm reports earnings tomorrow morning, and at least one trader is positioning for a potential decline. Weyerhaeuser ( WY)draws long-term bet: The lumber company has not felt the effects of the most recent issue on Wall Street as shares are at a new 52-week high and options look for even more upside. Trade sees top in Columbia Sportswear ( COLM): Shares of the apparel company are up 49 percent this year, and one investor is positioning for a final push higher.
Traders play for rally in GameStop ( GME): The videogame retailer is attracting upside option activity following some notable endorsements in recent days. Bull extends position in Alkermes ( ALKS): The drug company has been rallying on optimism about a breakthrough diabetes treatment, and one investor is extending a bullish bet. Three-way spread on C.H. Robinson ( CHRW): The freight-transportation services company pulled back from 2010 highs on Friday, but the options are looking for upside. Vote of confidence in Peregrine ( PPHM): The pharmaceuticals firm has been rallying on positive drug data, and at least one big investor appears confident that it will hold its ground.