the 60,000,000 pre-born humans torn to shreds by their mothers with the help of the constitution which protects LIFE, liberty, and the pursuit of the next planned parenthood location.
i dont (currently) trade options. various reasons, including calculus of the various greeks, intraday liquidity, etc.etc...
since i move in and out, i hawkishly watch share price and market conditions, and use discipline to limit my own risks.
tried options for about 2 weeks. had beginner's luck week 1; reality check, week 2. i was like, "...you go ahead--i'm cool with that one."
shares. leverage. tape. volume. charts (5 min, 5-20 days for intraday; a 30 min 20 day, and a multi-year daily for context). level2. news feed. cnbc. hp 12-c (yes, the b-school model, lol!). macbook pro. perhaps a 2nd display or machine. galaxy note ii (for catastrophic redundancy). pencil. paper. excel log. journal. oh yeah...let's not forget the Plug™.
add pdt money and stir...carefully. good to go!
"...I GOT FB FOR SALE...!!"
fb is a huge gamble in options cause its to volitale goes up to fast or down to fast hard to make a good options bet. I know feeling the pain I bought 15 October 14th 90.00 calls that's a huge loss fb if earnings are good may hit 80 to 82 will not make 90 to early in the game that's if earnings are good October 2nd
Sentiment: Strong Buy
it already started when it goes over 75 it always sells off why? people fear owning the stock in case of a huge drop so they want to own in case of a huge leg up. I already lost a big bet on fb this year I have 90.00 October 14th call 15 of them. If earnings are good next quarter which is slated for October 2nd fb goes up on average of 5.00 before selling off so your looking at 80 at best if earnings are good in October I over evaluated the stock quickness to 90 like many others have. People love and hate owning this stock for obvious reason huge rollercoaster ride up and down. I see fb realistically trading down back to 73.50 range then maybe one up day over 74 then selloff then go back to 75 in September heading into earnings mid to late September most people will buy and sell in those price ranges for quick profits. So the strategy is buty and sell quickly for quick profits over and over again until you get near earnings if you belive fb will beat you buy going into earnings and hold sell it after the first big pop cause it always dies after it pops initially I'm a bull long term but over evaluated my expectations so I will be a loser in October I put 1080.00 options bet that will expire worthless most likely.
Sold all other positions except 1K short TWTR and 1K long FB to get max day trading buying power tomorrow - only lost 150.00 today in portfolio, had to trade my ass off elsewhere to get it back - but tomorrow I will hurt this PIG! REVENGE is sweet!
It seems fb has hit the crossroads price of 75 being the high and the low will be in the lower 72 no lower or really higher prices then that. So FB has become the boring stock until earnings in October. Again you will have the people who know nothing that will say 80 by next week and say 65 by next earnings report on nothing. The facts are last earnings justifies a 75 price not lower or higher so 75 is the max cause fb is not yelp people buy like mad then sell everyone fears a crash in name so like it or not when it hits 75 the facts are those bulls are selling and when it drops to 72 they buy because they fear missing the next leg up. If earnings are good in October FB moves on average 5.00 so if its good in October you will see 80 not 90 strong buy below 75
Sentiment: Strong Buy
If you watch it, you'll notice it run a lot on the same trading patterns as FB just 30 dollar difference except today of course!
Bigger than housing bubble.
This is the sub-prime auto loan business of 2014. Since 2009, total auto loan securitizations have surged 150 percent, to $17.6 billion last year. And the securities contain loans made to consumers with sub-prime credit.
Now the other shoe may have dropped. Credit reporting service Experian reveals that delinquencies and repossessions are rising, primarily driven by borrowers who would be classified as subprime and deep subprime
never traded twitter. (when it came to market, i'm like the guy in the car commercial; "...dont get it?..." thanks for the tip. it's on my watch list--just never watched it.