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It’s the breakout no one is talking about: China! But is there more room up?
One big options trader says "yes."
Today after the closing bell, Alcoa will report their third quarter results to unofficially kick off another earnings season.
eBay and Goldman Sachs are two of the big companies reporting earnings this week, and if the traders on Friday’s “Options Action” are right, they’re heading in opposite directions.
On Friday we noticed unusual options volume in Yahoo.
Apple has led the market lower for the second straight day, and as a result, the implied volatility — that is to say, the cost of Apple options for October has popped 10.7 percent.
Brian Stutland, Stutland Volatility Group, discusses how traders are positioning themselves ahead of the Apple event.
Would you go to the casino and, with 7 to 1 odds, bet that Ford gets above 12.5 by January expiration?
Time to short financials, and bet on gasoline refiners? Those were the two big calls that the traders made on Friday’s episode of “Options Action.”
Apple’s is about ten-percent off its recent highs. And if the chart is any indication, the pain could just be starting.
Yesterday it appeared as though the market got a "Romney bump" and at least one options trader believes the market's rally will follow through into the election.
On Wednesday, we saw large options trades on VIX futures. Traders were betting that the "fear" index would remain in its current range through November expiration.
Recently Sprint has been a turnaround story: brand recognition has improved since it began offering customers the iPhone and Galaxy S, and the company has entered the LTE tablet market, boosting revenue and allowing the company to slowly reduce debt.
As Best Buy's stock approaches multi-year lows, one option trader is betting the stock is about to rally.
One is a major oil company, the other is a social media giant. One has a P/E below 10, and the other has a P/E above 120. One has risen almost 20% in the past three months, and the other has plunged almost 30%. But these two companies have at least one thing in common: On Friday the traders on CNBC's “Options Action” see them heading higher.
Yahoo's stock has had a tough year— it’s down 1.5% while the S&P 500 is up 13.3%. But one options trader is betting that the company has better times to look forward to.
On Wednesday, as Microsoft fell for the fourth day in a row, we noticed options traders stepping into the market to buy long-dated calls.
Yesterday we saw some bullish action in Viacom, with one options trader buying 60,000 December 60 calls for $0.50 each with the stock at 54.59.
Something seemed to have the traders on Friday’s episode of “Options Action” feeling mighty bearish.
On Friday we saw some unusual options activity on Facebook.
Web-only investment advice from CNBC's Melissa Lee and Scott Nations.
CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Options Action traders discuss the stocks they'll be watching next week.
Carter Worth, Sterne Agee chief market technician, breaks down high-end grocers Safeway, Kroger and Whole Foods. The Options Action traders weigh in.
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Mike Khouw, Options Action trader, shares his view on News Corp stock on the heels of testimony from Rupert Murdoch before British Parliament.
Do you have a question for the Options Action team? Options Action selects a viewer's question and gives the answer on the show's Make The Call Web Extra video.