Haha, someone like to abuse you, someone like to be abused! That's the relationship between manipulators and the option players.
Now if they manage to have this close around 427.5 it would screw them all, calls and puts.
Tried to warn all my POOR sweet AMZN and Dow/Nasdaq BASHER LOSERS and BASHER RETARDOS, again......girls, whenever you see any Dow/Nasdaq favorite's message board deluged with BASH NONSENSE, as happened yesterday, then you can be absolutely CERTAIN that the Dow/Nasdaq PUT WRITERS in the slimy wall street club planted most of absurd BASH messages, in order to hoodwink amateur DUPES into purchasing gazillions of WORTHLESS PUTS....and today's action WIPED OUT most of the Dow/Nasdaq favorites' PUTS, as per the SUPER BULL market norm. Time to turn on your brains, girls....re-read my typical GENIUS posts and EDUCATE yourselves how stocks REALLY trade, as opposed the DISINFO NONSENSE purveyed by the inherited money ivy league bozos in the wall street club.
They look even better at $3.40 but I am concerned about the rumor that Amazon is going to buy "salesforce", a competitor in the cloud business. I think I will pass on this one.
The net is called Leap Puts. If you own them you can sell weekly out of the money puts and keep the money when they expire worthless. That is what the manipulators do except they also own the stock and buy or sell to make the close on Friday beneficial to them.
AMZN May 15 430 put (AMZN150515P00430000) Look yummy @ $4.50
Time to put on your BEAR gear for Monday!
Sentiment: Strong Sell
Based on the open interest in both calls and puts it looks like $425 will be the closing price today. The $430 puts look like a good bet at 50 cents.
The SLOW GROWER. 93% of Amazons business is only growing 12% per year Revenues. 7% of Amzn grows 50%, together it makes for 15% corp. growth SLOWER than Apples growth.
it is up because you can get wallpaper on your phone! You can now "change the wallpaper on the home screen," according to the release notes. How cool is that?
But Amazon has taken a stand against this sort of stereotyping, and stopped customers searching for toys based on gender.
In a move that will rile traditionalists, the online retail giant has deleted the ‘boy’ and ‘girl’ buttons from its online menu, which is designed to help shoppers choose which toys to buy.