He is looking at the Lnco chart which is coming into resistance and is below the 200 day. Line has already broken above the 200 day and the chart looks more bullish. It is an area to pay attention to on the Lnco chart, but I think a short call is a bit speculative at this point, If Lnco follows Line above it`s 200 day and continues to break out, you don`t want to miss the run or be short.
Minyanville didn't recommend anything. They just reprinted an article by Stoyan Bojinov, some writer for Commodity HQ. He's also written for Barron's. The kid recommended shorting line based on the fact that it is trading below its 200 day moving average. Well LINE is trading $2 over its 200 day moving average so apparantly like everyone else bashing the stock, his recommendation is based on incorrect research.