I was pretty accurate yesterday. Today, we're just getting started, the pullback was a blessing.
We'll finish green today.
Lots of buyers today...we're trading up and volume twice the normal volume for this time of day. Intraday high over $915...close over $912.
Probably the same people that bought since the beginning of the year...the fools...yeah right, I'm buying more before the end of the week.
How did you calculate 90%, I doubt this very much. Always look at what the "Big Boys" do. Institutions, mutual funds, and insurance funds buy stock not options. It's absolutely true that the stock moves the options.
BBRY is a very volatile stock. If you are a beginner with calls, start with a less volatile stock. Also, a good idea is to start with a covered call strategy. Google "covered calls" and you will get useful information on how to implement the strategy. Basically, in a covered call strategy the calls you write will act like insurance premiums in the event BBRY drops in price. You can also buy puts as insurance.
You're taking too much of a risk...with that kind of investment, weekly calls at $15 or $15.50 make more sense. The gamma and delta are more favorable.
mean that there would be no buys in pre market above 460.79. Ain't going to happen......
Agreed. The MMs decide whether AAPL gaps up or down at the open on every day of the trading years.
There is no exception for when there's a cash dividend involved.
Agreed. MMs might try some games during pre-market, but I expect only a small gap down, maybe .80 or so. Shorts also, might try some games during the first 2 hours of trading. But who knows, we could close green tomorrow.
I suppose, you mean Carl Icahn. I know he bought more NUAN recently, but you don't think he's also going to get on the back of AAPL Board, do you?
Past two weeks, nice 45 degree up graph. AAPL might take a breather ex-dividend, but then to $500.
Yes...so expect a pop at the open like today. However, after the open, bold Shorts might try a Bear Raid. Not a good idea. AAPL runaway train.
No new product coming from AAPL by August. Just some institutional investor using the routine covered call trading strategy.