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We are delighted to let you know about yet another Slope creation – – a new page dedicated to showing you, in an easy-to-read, attractive format, an earnings calendar focused on volatility data. Thepage is very similar to the existing Graphical Earnings Calendar, but it has two vital pieces of information beneath each symbol:
the Average Move that the stock makes between the day prior to earnings and the day after;
The Implied Move based on the implied volatility data of the options values.
Below is EDIT, one of those companies (like CRSPR) whose promise was to create, among other things, designer babies, custom-made for wealthy customers (because they can EDIT genes, get it?). I guess, like 3-d printing, people’s imagination got away from them. It has lost most of its value already, in the context of the most obscenely over-supported market in human history.
The stock “market” has been on a sugar-high for some 14 months now, but a few stocks have exploded with such shameless verve that they merit special attention. What’s especially interesting about these nearly vertical ascents is that these aren’t $5 million start-ups; these are gargantuan, lumbering, very old companies. Do with these what you will – – jump aboard the bull train, sell options against them, short them, whatever you like. I simply offer them here because they are extraordinary.
Below are some major stocks announcing earnings either after the close (the first two) or before tomorrow’s open (the rest of them, all of them boring as looking at another family’s vacation pictures). I’d say IBM and UAL are most intriguing.