Just wondering if they announce that 2MM people from CM pre-ordered... or is there any possible news that might hit the tape to push the stock up 2% tomorrow... lol.
We haven't seen a decent pop since T'giving and a mini-sell-off in equities over the last 2 days isn't likely to create a ton of demand, but perhaps my boy Ichan has a trick or tweet up his sleeve to propel the old girl up to the 570 range... why you ask? Because I'm long the weekly 570 calls! lol, and they are about .20cents at the close~
Hey- hope for a miracle, right. I'm also long some puts in AMZN, so I'm happy with 5% move up or down for the markets tomorrow... just make it a volatile Friday!
Seriously, if futures are down again in the a.m. do we finally see a tech-FLUSH in the Nasdaq? I'm wondering if we see a 2% drop in the high beta stocks tomorrow? Nothing wrong with anything, just profit taking and a little sell off, that's all?
Do we see 375 tomorrow, that is the question~
STRONG rally on Monday and "no news" out pushes Asia up again (Tuesday); US futures looking for a big pop to start the week. Smells like a move back to 285 easily tomorrow...
Pray for a slow open tomorrow and jumping on some AAPL and GOOG calls as they both are likely to crush it this week following recent pull backs and 'no news' getting in the way of the rally until possible employment report on Fri~
Bummer for the puts I currently have in AMZN, guaranteed to get destroyed at the open tomorrow, just wondering if the rally fizzles all week and we close lower.... what to do. Sell em' and go long Apple and Google?
Will the debt ceiling become an issue this week? What about Obama care? Do we spend all week talking about the taper? It seems as if Syria is now 'off the table' and Europe and Asia are off to the races today while US markets are closed.
It's likely to flutter lower at the end of the week but I won't be surprised to see a rising tide lift all boats tomorrow before fear/reality sink in and markets creep lower on the week... again.
G/L trading but I expect it to pop on Tuesday with the markets.