There is a logical answer for this....going into earnings there is an implied move built into the stock up or down right after earnings. This is reflected in the options premiums both on the puts as well as the calls. After the earnings report, the volatility premiums begin shrinking immediately. The puts didn't increase in price because the volatility premium offset the drop. I would be willing to bet that the call prices tumbled.
This will happen immediately after every earnings report.
Did anyone really think that this stock wasn't a gift this morning? You have some jamoke on CNBC who looks like a bloated howdy doody, recommending a short on a stock which was considered his "best" trade of the day! Really, of the ten thousand stocks out there and after this stock had corrected 12% in a day and a half that this warranted the "best" opportunity? Joke
cyber, appreciate your enthusiasm but XONE is a piece of #$%$. This market is starting to separate the good from the bad. Did you see your boy "George dunce" predicted XONE going higher on 9/11 when it was 63. On 9/12 flipped and called for 50. Yesterday called for 45, this guy sucks don't be like him