it hit $103 four times and pulled back
I do not know anyone living in the DC area but if you do, please advise them of this
Yahoo says Oct 28th..?
Jan 2016 90.00 put AAPL160115P00090000 7.40 Down 0.40 7.35 7.45 437 20,132
so the new trend is two same day high's but at lower prices...if it happens the next two days that trend will be finished.
Open High Low Close Volume Adj Close*
Sep 22, 2014 101.80 102.14 100.58 101.06 52,722,000 101.06
Sep 19, 2014 102.29 102.35 100.50 100.96 70,838,500 100.96
Sep 18, 2014 101.93 102.35 101.56 101.79 37,023,900 101.7
Trends come in three's...
biglefthook_00 • Sep 17, 2014 3:34 PM Remove 0users liked this postsusers disliked this posts1Reply
4,2% in three days not two
The trading channel here is $263 to $275.
Yes it goes higher and lower but the "meat and potatoes" is that range
The audience has gotten larger with many inexperienced. I had to take this in consideration when posting.
So, I kept it very simple. I suggested ideas that never took money out of your pocket but allowed everyone to pre-pocket tax deferred no cost cash
Dec 27, 2012 I posted to sell Jan 2014 $520 call and put for a total of $145 then buy a hedge put at $380. I posted this thinking the bulls or bears could not spin the comment. They did and the stock dropped to almost $380 to play the "V".
Because of this, This year it was my strategy to pre-pocket profits on all stocks then trade. This latest idea of selling puts puts everyone in the "Best seat in the house". Why?
IT allows you to pocket the premium IF the stock runs or buy the stock at a 20% discount to present market price. On the bigger picture it merely allows you not to miss the profit between the sale of your last covered call and $720.
$90 puts sold for $10 then $100 puts sold for $12+
it can go lower and higher but if you look at the historical data for the past six months that is where traders are making money