The bulls have already cleaned up in natural-gas company Questar, and yesterday they came back for more.
OptionMonster's tracking programs detected the purchase of more than 3,000 July 26 calls, most of which priced for $0.30. Volume was almost twice the strike's previous open interest, which indicates that new money was being put to work.
These calls lock in the price where shares can be purchased, so they have the potential to generate significant leverage if the stock rallies. They also provide upside exposure at a low cost, limiting the amount of money that can be lost in a pullback.