Jon Najarian, co-founder of OptionMonster.com tells the desk that the options market has been consumed by M&A chatter this week.
And two stocks are lighting up his screen.
Najarian has spotted a surge in WFR call buying. The speculation is that BASF is taking a look at this firm.
WFR Call Volume
9,400 10,400 41,000 2900 12,000
Mon Tues Wed Thus Fri
Najarian has also spotted a surge in AGNcall activity. Glaxo and Baxter were being tossed around as buyers.
Allergan Call Volume
37,200 75,200 24,500 18,000 4,500
Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri
Conclusion: The volume in call options traded suggests these stocks could go significantly higher.
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