The mishandled Ivanka Trump debacle is only part of the problem.
I prefer a bearishly biased tactic for the utilities ETF.
Smart traders have bought AEO on the bad news.
Fund's strategy backfires as a big chunk of its assets goes away.
Rising stock valuations and stagnant rates is a good combination to short.
Financials appear to be getting ready for another leg higher, depending on a rate hike.
I prefer the one-way biased, at-the-money long call shooter trade expiring in March.
SQ had a nice run after its last earnings and sets up well for next week's report.
Selling puts of Twitter can help investors generate additional income as the social media company faces headwinds amid missing estimates in the fourth quarter and downgrades from Wall Street.
After earnings surprises, prices tend to move to an exaggerated degree, and to then correct. This sets up great opportunities for swing trades with options.
I prefer a bullishly biased vertical call spread.
They can close out early if the trade isn't going their way.
The market's ongoing lack of volatility -- oh, the poor VIX -- creates an opening.
The FTC is considering antitrust issues, but the deal could go through.
This is a "déjà vu" trade.