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Microsoft saw some unusually large option trades yesterday that were way out of the money and way out in time.
With some leading stocks advancing 50% or more over a period of only 1 year, investors are starting to wonder how much upside can possibly be left.
The financials were a key factor in helping the S&P 500 hold onto its gains late yesterday, and some big names attracted extemely heavy option activity.
Wall Street bulls were starting to feel that their convictions had been validated. The latest string of economic reports may compel money managers to hit the buy button.
Intel saw heavy option activity yesterday as its shares continued to creep higher.
Bank of America attracted upside option activity for the second session in a row yesterday as its shares staged a surprise rally.
We try to give credit where credit is due. Following you’ll find the Fast Money plays that paid.
Apple's options got off to an early start yesterday and stayed busy until the close.
“It’s all about Italy,” says trader Stephen Weiss. “They’re pricing a lot of debt over the next two days – and yields are over 7%." How that auction goes, so goes the market.
The airlines are always a curious trade, and now the bulls are going after Delta Air Lines.
Does talk of the euro’s decline put you to sleep? When you find out the way it’s about to impact your wallet, you’ll wake you right up!
The bulls are targeting AthenaHealth before its big investor day Thursday.
Is Europe so fragile that investors have no choice but to bet against risk, at least through end of year?
Here are our latest “slow money” trades compliments of the "Fast Money" gang, as well as other top trading pros. These are stocks to buy and hold for the long term, no matter what the market does tomorrow.
Toll Brothers reports earnings today, and the bulls expect good news.
Barrick Gold followed the bullish trend in the precious metal yesterday.
On Monday investors were trying to determine if the market had finally put the worst behind it, with the Dow surging by triple digits.
Call buyers streamed into Broadcom yesterday as the chip maker ran higher with the rest of the tech sector.
Micron Technology is trying to shift its business into a broader range of products, and yesterday the options paper turned bullish.
CBS delivered some monster TV ratings in college football over the weekend, and now the bulls are tuning in for a rally.
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