Not all that much. But the changes they made recently screwed up some of the displays-- they don't retain some of the fields you put on the screen (thinkorswim)
The only keep a rolling 6 months of backups for non-official record emails. So they didn't delete them on purpose, it was part of their retention of those types of emails.
They had limits Exchange mailbox size just like many places have, so some stuff gets deleted to stay under that size.
Her machine had disk issues and local stuff got lost.
Businesses routinely have the same sorts of things and purposely limit retention so limit discovery in legal cases.
I think who ever gave the green-light to that deal was smoking a blunt. $3.2 BILLION for that?
Keep in mind that for you to break even the stock has to rise above about $690 at expiry (I think the 620 Jan16 call was like $70, dunno what you bought at). That said of course if it runs up in the next few months, you could still be in the money and likely above your purchase price. The delta on those is .54, so your not going to get a dollar-for-dollar rise in option price vs AAPL stock.
You could have been fine with even a Jan15 if you wanted to be out a ways. The Theta (time decay) on those are not that much more than the Theta on the Jan16 calls. And that's at about $30 less per contract.
Yes, depending on the strike price, how much an option moves will vary and not necessarily the same as the stock.
You should read up on option Greeks plus the concepts around Intrinsic and Time Value.
You didn't indicate the strike price of your Jan16 option. Stuff that was near the money this morning didn't move as much as the stock itself. There's A LOT of time value in those options.
TD Ameritrade is showing today and also showing cc is tomorrow. The data is goofy somewhere.
Earnings release is tomorrow.
Class C options won't be available until tomorrow.
This is a pretty good explanation of "stuff"
Hard to tell. There were actually different symbols during the exdiv period the past few days. If you bought GOOG ex-div you might be screwed.
Why in the world would they buy a car company of all things?
Car and iOS integration makes sense. Owning a car company does not.
Geecko can save 10% or more on your car insurance. Everybody knows that.
Yeah, but did you know that company Events affect any charting analysis? :-)
It's gonna get ugly later. Huge volume on 510 and 515 calls yesterday. Large OI on same, but LOW volume today. All the call volume is at 515 and higher. They will destroy those later today along with the 515 and 510s
I hope you shorted that 490 put. It ain't dropping that much tomorrow. It'll pin around 510 (even tho max pain is 515 as of today)
Being short after recent ER was pretty profitable. But yeah, generally being on a regular basis is bad with GOOG.
By neg ETF, I assume you mean short/bearish.
But 10 yr going to 3 suggest money moving into equities instead of bonds (bullish)
Could be jobs report will be a blow out? ADP slightly missed but construction was up.