For the first time since the virus crisis began...
There are less active cases in Spain than there were yesterday. Spain's curve is beginning to...
Omg what if I held those 7 CLV20's ?!?!
What about professional position traders?
Are you saying sell the calls?
If they go back up. As far as I see, that will happen if they don't go bankrupt.
One thing is for sure:
Airlines will return. They provide an essential service for the world.
After looking at it more, I should buy the call. Not sell the put.
Is my current thinking correct? That as the price of the stock rises, the...
If I sell at a high enough price, there is very little chance they will expire worthless. Do you agree?
Aside from the foolish oil futures trade where I held over the weekend...
I'm up about $11,000 in the past week.
I'm not betting that the stock will be $45. If that's what happens, then my prediction was wrong.
I'm thinking it will be more like $55 by then....
No I wouldn't be okay at $45. I thought it was a safe bet that it would be above present levels by November.
I chose to sell put instead of buy...
I was thinking selling something higher.
Selling a put is a bullish prediction.
Yea maybe I'm too late.
Wouldn't I want to sell calls at a higher price, though?
What do you think?
I believe KO (Coca-Cola) is a great example of a company who's stock has been hit hard by the corona crisis without any actual...
Yea I get it. Especially when many of them are either redundant or opposites.
But don't many instruments move in tandem with the larger economy?
You're never gonna see the Dow drop 10% and the Nasdaq do nothing.
Is that because it's less volatile?
I did some reading about contango. But how would that affect me in this case?
It wasn't very well thought out.
I wouldn't want to have to hold it at $17 just hoping it will go back up to $45.
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