I'd rather not say - but I do know that AMTD's ThinkorSwim program has the data. Since that's the case, I'd be surprised if most of the other retail programs didn't also have the capability.
If you have the right trading software, you can see each trade and what the bid/ask was at the time. You won't see it on Yahoo Finance. :)
As for your second question - not sure what you mean? One thing has nothing to do with the other, imo.
Best of luck.
What could possibly be going on? Up 15% already today. I can't imagine this is in response to the options trade yesterday. Well, either way, it's surprisingly nice to see. Maybe you guys with the Stockholm Syndrome will still see some relief at some point. :)
Dude, I'm VERY long RAD and even I think you're nuts. $17? Do you know how many shares they have out? Come on now. Get real.
Not only is this blood alcohol content unbelievable, but check out the guy's middle name:
I was making a joke. You were asking who got in LONG at $6.61, and I was joking that I got in SHORT a little above ($6.66 to be exact).
Just a little ribbing, all in fun.
Slight correction. 3800 of them went mid-point between bid/ask. Still, they all were to open a position, based on the OI from yesterday (70).
Option Alert: Ziopharm Oncology January 4 Call; 5,060 Contracts Traded vs 70 Open Interest
Went off at the ask, so they were indeed to open a position. Someone looking for $4. Unreal.
Then raz the bashers with RAD's performance vis-a-vis their share price, and their sterling future (in my opinion, a CVS target). Readers can then make the assumption that you've shared in the move. As have most of us, lol.
All in good fun. :
No, but you SHOULD feel guilty about bragging about it. It's bad form, gauche, obnoxious, etc. :)
Just a heads up, that Frontline is repeating their great doc called "The Untouchables" from January, tonight at 10PM (on PBS of course). It's about how none of the Wall Street crims ever got prosecuted for their crimes leading up to the 2008 financial crisis. Or something like that. :)
It really is a great doc, very informative. I recommend it highly, fwiw.
My chart showed a high of $3.00 during the 11:56 minute, but looking at an official TOS, the first $3.00 trade appears to have gone off at exactly 11:57:00 (along with a few of those $2.995 trades). So one minute early then - still a fraud, lol.
I also own CVS, and WAG, too - so I'm well positioned in that space. Good luck to us all.
What are you talking about? He missed it by a whole 2 minutes! He's a fraud! :)
Nice call Corey.
I still think CVS is in our future.