... folks, either be able to emotionally handle the volatility in CMED until this weekend's earnings announcement OR get out of it ... it is guaranteed to be a volatile ride for for the next week ... and all ITM options holders WILL be bailing by Friday's close and NOT risk a penny over the weekend ... if good earnings, then next week CMED has a nice run up; if lousy earnings, then next week CMED tanks ... it's just that simple.
So, as Dirty Harry once said: "Well punk, are you feeling lucky today?"
CMED volatility is guaranteed until next week ... either fasten your seatbelt OR get out, but no whining is allowed; whining and worrying is expressly forbidden by the SEC!
Thanks for the link. I wonder why GE isn't listed. IBD states that they have a 15% stake in CMED. Also, MSN reports in an alert that earnings will be announced Feb 13 while IBD is saying they will be announced this Saturday, Jan 28. Sure would be nice to know why GE is missing and what the real earnings date will be.