I’m pleased, relieved, and exhausted to announce that I’ve finished up Slope’s strategy guide for options. At the outset, I must thank the sprinkling of Slopers who stepped up to volunteer for proofreading and corrections. They made it vastly better (and I still welcome any corrections of anything factually incorrect; just click here to contact me).(more…)
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Although the day session was boring, there are plenty of fireworks after hours. Here are three of them. First up, is Tesla. A moment of silence, please, for any bears short this beast. This is one of those, like Amazon, that I just avoid. Too many surprises.(more…)
Endless trendless. Up, down, up, down. Call it what you will. But for many financial instruments, 2019 has been a cyclic grind. I think the Transports do a great job illustrating this, particularly when see with the CCI and %R:(more…)
I work so hard for you people. I honestly do. And I am slowly losing my mind. Really.
Remember how I was pissing and moaning about the huge bank which had the completely error-free, totally screwed-up options playbook? The bank that rhymes with the word Rally? Well, I shouldn’t pick on them. Because EVERY SINGLE “PLAYBOOK” OUT THERE HAS ERRORS!
The most recent one I stumbled upon was from a huge financial institution which rhymes with Ridelity Investments. Oh my GOD, I cannot believe what I’m having to deal with here. Just check this out:(more…)
I widened my stop on Boeing bigly this morning, but I’ve tightened it back up again, now that the post-earnings chaos is behind us. My new stop is 350.85 (entry price was on the short sale was 370).(more…)