There are darn few hedge funds outperforming the market.
In fact, most of them have done quite the opposite which is why so many state retirement funds are opting out. So when someone comes here to bash on behalf of their slave master, it's best to keep this in mind: they've been wrong on just about everything since 2008.
Anyone who trades options can analyze delta. You missed my earlier post from Flyonthewall who also posted increasing implied volatility.
I scan options suggestions and strategies with two of my brokerage firms.
All I can tell you is that options trading is risky business, and that I would not be short this
stock based on their analysis (not mine). This is a busy week for me, so I doubt I'll have much
time to spend playing the market. By now, you all know every sector saw strong inflows last week.
I went long BAC and WFC today.
By all reports, only US companies who ordered from China felt the heat.
Options with increasing implied volatility
BY Fly On The Wall
— 10:46 AM ET 03/30/2015
Options with increasing implied volatility: ALTR TWTR CREE YELP FEYE MYL MRVL HOT SWKS EXPE
Per Fidelity, net positive delta