TSN Oct exp puts 14 & 15 strike ones While the stock is up today, its hard to swim against the tide if the market is going to continue declining. Right? (stock is $16.34 now) weekly charts stock is in a downtrend Doesn't have much support, tops or bottoms, sideways levels in the $16-14.50 region. You'd have to go 2008 but even then its scarce. Much of the trading activity takes place at $14-12. If it continues declining its going to have to go to previous tops/bottoms and I'm seeing much more support at $14-12 opposed to $16-14.50 With stock at $16.34 oct 14 put is .25 oct 15 put is .45 You get about two months to expect a decline like this. If you're bearish, this seems really cheap. But is it possible since this is a food stock that it receives a flight to safety when the market is down? Can someone who understands the greeks explain to me why this is being priced the way it is?