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  • tlee22202 by tlee22202 Aug 6, 2015 2:39 PM Flag

    From The Telegraph, UK

    "The iPhone 6s' sale date has been given away in a leaked internal email from Vodafone. The email reveals the newest handset will go on sale on September 25, with pre-orders being accepted from September 18. The memo, seen by Mobile News, does not clarify the exact name of the model, called simply 'the new iPhone'.

    According to the Wall Street Journal, Apple has asked its suppliers to produce a record number of new models - between 85 million and 90 million compared to last year's 70-80 million, suggesting strong faith the new generation of iPhones will outsell its predecessors."

  • Reply to

    COKE will buy GMCR

    by bidupbid Aug 5, 2015 7:37 PM
    tlee22202 tlee22202 Aug 5, 2015 10:03 PM Flag

    Today's move is a huge loss for Coca Cola, which already owns 16% of GMCR.

  • Reply to

    Just on CNBC

    by tlee22202 Aug 4, 2015 12:11 PM
    tlee22202 tlee22202 Aug 4, 2015 1:08 PM Flag

    I presume he is predicting this target will occur within 2 years.
    If this does come true, how many more reverse splits could we expect for UVXY?

  • tlee22202 by tlee22202 Aug 4, 2015 12:11 PM Flag

    Birinyi Laszlo is predicting an S&P of 3200 in 2 years.

  • tlee22202 by tlee22202 Aug 3, 2015 12:15 PM Flag

    Josh is adding to his long TWTR position.

  • "I think we have to recognize that gold is in a structural bear market," Louise Yamada, managing director of Louise Yamada Technical Advisors, said Thursday on CNBC's "Futures Now."

    Gold is down more than 8 percent this year and is on track to notch its third straight year of losses. "It broke down in 2013, exactly the year that the S&P 500 and the market broke out into what we define as a structural bull market," said Yamada, who noted that stocks and gold tend to move inversely.

    But it's a descending triangle that has formed on the chart that has her most concerned. Technicians often recognize these patterns as a bearish sign that downside momentum is increasing. "The measured move from $1,400 at the back end of the triangle to $1,200 which was support has now been broken," she said. For Yamada, those moves suggest the next target on the chart is $1,000. "I think that will happen this year."

    For Yamada, a move below $1,000 in the next couple of years could open up the floodgates to the 2001 uptrend line. "I think you could see a return to $800," she said.

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    Option Greeks

    by richard04101 Jul 30, 2015 12:40 PM
    tlee22202 tlee22202 Jul 30, 2015 1:54 PM Flag

    Do you have ScottradeElite? For VIX options, it displays: Rho, Vega, Theta, Gamma, Delta and Implied Volatility.

  • tlee22202 tlee22202 Jul 27, 2015 9:39 AM Flag

    Looks like traders are moving money from GILD to BIIB, maybe on the perception that BIIB is oversold.

  • Part of the article from Barrons, July 25,2015

    Amazon Dazzles in the Brave New World of the Cloud
    "More important for tech investors is that this was the second quarter that Amazon broke out data for its cloud computing service, Amazon Web Services, which is now approaching $8 billion per year in revenue.

    As this column noted back in April, AWS just dazzles. Forget all the books and power tools Amazon sells. The cloud business, growing at 81% last quarter, has an adjusted profit margin of 21%, vastly higher than the 5% of the total company profit mentioned above.

    Amazon runs servers that handle computing jobs for a fee. The pace at which this operation is swallowing computing tasks for companies all over the world is staggering.

    And it has profound implications for traditional computer companies. As this magazine said two years ago, Amazon—along with other cloud-computing outfits, such as Microsoft ’s (MSFT) Azure; Google ’s (GOOGL) own data centers; Rackspace Hosting (RAX); and the hosting businesses of Verizon Communications (VZ) and other telcos—are poised to displace the data centers companies traditionally built internally as private IT shops (“Building the Cloud: Who Wins, Who Loses,” Oct. 14, 2013).

    AWS’s rocketing growth, along with some worrisome signs in recent earnings reports, suggest that moment has arrived. Signs began three weeks ago with a revenue warning from chip maker QLogic (QLGC), which said sales to makers of storage equipment, a bastion of traditional IT sales, were weaker than expected.

    One observer, Katy Huberty of Morgan Stanley, wrote that the QLogic results confirmed a survey she conducted in June among corporate information officers, who said they were accelerating the shifting of their budgets to the “public cloud,” meaning, AWS and the rest."

  • Reply to

    i prefer...

    by king_phisher123 Jul 21, 2015 3:20 PM
    tlee22202 tlee22202 Jul 22, 2015 9:58 PM Flag

    The banks C & BAC have made new highs. Some of the guys on TV are telling everyone to buy aggressively. What do you think? Is this be beginning of a new rally or another top?

  • Reply to

    UVXY last spike near 50

    by chad_dimplebutt Jul 18, 2015 11:29 AM
    tlee22202 tlee22202 Jul 20, 2015 12:13 PM Flag

    Joe Terranova just said on CNBC that he took a big loss in June playing the short side because he was concerned about a correction. His strategy is now to "buy high and sell higher".

  • tlee22202 tlee22202 Jul 19, 2015 10:10 AM Flag

    The next ex-dividend should occur on August 6

  • tlee22202 tlee22202 Jul 19, 2015 9:56 AM Flag

    Because of the high option premiums, spreads are a good way to play this during earnings. Are you planning to close out your 126/130 call spreads before or after earnings?

    In a previous post, you had mentioned the Jan 110/120 call spreads. How long do you plan to keep them? Don't forget that you will be liable for paying the dividend if you are short ITM calls during ex-dividend which is coming up in a few weeks.

  • Reply to

    C is worth $75-80

    by sm081969 Jul 16, 2015 9:02 AM
    tlee22202 tlee22202 Jul 16, 2015 12:22 PM Flag

    C would be $80 right now if it had not done a reverse split. I had sold my position for 5.30 back in 2009 ($53 post split adjusted). Pre-split, this was the stock having the highest trading volume. They say a reverse split would have no effect on the price of a stock. But it does, if only for psychological reasons. If BAC had done a similar reverse split, it would have ended up in the same predicament as C.

  • Reply to

    don't u know...

    by king_phisher123 Jul 13, 2015 4:19 PM
    tlee22202 tlee22202 Jul 14, 2015 3:17 PM Flag

    Are you planning to hold C through earnings? There is a lot of talk that it is now ready to break out.

  • tlee22202 by tlee22202 Jul 13, 2015 12:26 PM Flag

    Joe Terranova is now all in the market. The other panelists are also bullish. Even NFLX is now at a new high.

    I noticed on the website The Richest, that Joe Terranova was given a net worth of 30 million and Jon Najarian a net worth of 50 million. It makes you wonder how they were able to determine their net worth. I guess they are still appearing on CNBC to generate more new clients.

  • tlee22202 by tlee22202 Jul 10, 2015 7:02 PM Flag

    Last month, I had posted a strategy I had found on YouTube. The strategy is to buy the market lows on Thursday, the week before the monthly option exp. The market should be higher the following week.

    Has anyone heard about this strategy?

    The author had back tested this and it appears to be an almost sure thing. It had worked for me last month. Yesterday, late in the day, I bought calls on the SPY and QQQ. Of course, I wish that I had bought more calls. It is so difficult to buy when the market is dropping, especially with all of the bad news in the media. I will post the video if I can find it again.

  • and the WSJ site is down!
    With hardware being so cheap, you would think they would have backup systems.

  • tlee22202 tlee22202 Jul 7, 2015 12:33 AM Flag

    In order for one to have held the position from the first day until now, you would have had to been short 12,000 shares. After the last split, you would end up being short just one share. I agree that just being short the shares is a very risky strategy. Put spreads may be the best way to play this.

  • tlee22202 tlee22202 Jul 1, 2015 3:38 PM Flag

    At 10.52, Icahn is now down around 618 million. He needs for this to move up to 19 just to break even.

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