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As a public company, Clorox has generated large, consistent returns for its shareholders for decades. When Covid hit, the stock went into overdrive, because everyone on the planet was rushing around wiping this, cleaning that, and scrubbing the other thing.
Well, the thrill of cleaning is gone (and pantries are packed to the brim with Clorox supplies), and its has reflected that fact in the CLX chart. Over the past year, Clorox has lost a full ONE THIRD of its market gap, when today being a particularly bad day.
Monday ended better than it started, I can tell you that much. My main portfolio, which consists of 15 autumn-dated put positions, did pretty well, and I’d like to write a few words about each of these positions, in alphabetical order.
Ally Financial is doing all right, but it’s still range bound. It’s going to take some serious weakness in financial stocks to get it to crack the horizontal support.
I found the infographic below to be fascinating, particularly how they rank the states based on their news consumption. The most news-hungry location is, not surprisingly, the District of Columbia, whereas the most incurious places are Mississippi and my own home state of Louisiana.