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Yesterday's move was really impressive, and if bond buying is open-ended then there's no rush to sell stocks or buy protection.
CNBC's Options Action contributor says to sell gold and treasuries ahead of today's meeting.
Time to get bullish? The "Options Action" traders sure seemed to think so. After all, on Friday’s show, they explained why they expect two very different stocks to go higher — Apple and Bank of America.
One is a much-maligned social media company, and the other is a Dow stalwart. Their common thread? The traders on Friday’s ‘Options Action’ foresee both stocks heading higher. Let’s check out the bull calls on Facebook and Boeing.
Technology stocks and casino companies do not have much in common. At least, that's what traders on Friday's Options Action figured. They made the case that big technology stocks are on their way lower, and Las Vegas Sands is set for a bullish breakout.
Tiffany and Yum Brands might sell very different types of products, and appeal to quite dissimilar customer bases. But whether we’re talking about silver or fried chicken, one thing is clear—both companies have massive international exposure
It’s the kind of performance that can almost make you nostalgic for the good old dot-com days, when the fleecing of mom and pop investors was left to the Pets.com and iVillages of the world.
Two big stocks, two bold calls. That describes last Friday’s "Options Action," where the traders got bearish on a financial giant, and bullish on the king of Internet search.
If you thought JPMorgan and agriculture prices have little in common, you’d probably be right. But they do share one characteristic — they are both headed lower, if the traders on Friday’s "Options Action" are correct.
Last Friday’s Options Action was neither bullish nor bearish; it was strictly contrarian. The traders found a way to get bullish on a name almost everyone thinks is in unremitting decline – Best Buy. And they got bearish on Starbuck, a company that the street just loves— with 23 ‘Buy’ ratings and only one ‘Underperform.’
While equity investors long ago discarded RIMM to the unmarked grave of failed tech companies (see Palm, Nokia), options traders see opportunity.
Despite massive call buying a curious thing happened in the options pits: many people lost money. How could that be?
Why did we see a clip of two bears fighting on last Friday’s "Options Action?" Well, because that video basically summed up the whole show.
Amid the excitement over Facebook options, a far less obvious and somewhat overlooked development occurred in the options market: traders piled into IBM calls.
Two big names. Two very different trades. That more or less sums up last Friday’s Options Action.
After the worst week of the year for the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq, Riskreversal.com’s Dan Nathan thinks the scene is set for a global stock swoon over the next few months.
Two bearish trades on two wildly different companies. That more or less sums up last Friday’s Options Action, where the market’s recent rally took a back seat to some decidedly downbeat views on our show.
Nothing short of $40 billion dollars is on the line when Apple reports earnings tonight. That’s how much options prices are implying Apple stock will move following the release of its results.
Citigroup’s earnings appear to have given a lift to the financials, but the real test will come later this week when Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley report results.
What could it be that’s causing such heavy put volume in TJX today? With minutes left in the trading day, over 2,800 of the July 37.5-strike puts have traded hands, making it the second most active of all the TJX options.
Discussing restructuring in the oil space and how to trade Transocean with CNBC contributor Dan Nathan.
Shares of Gogo soared 12 percent on rumors of in-flight connectivity. CNBC contributor Mike Khouw of Dash Financial Group trades the in-flight Internet service.
Trading Yahoo's surging shares, with CNBC contributor Mike Khouw of Dash Financial Group.
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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.
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