Posts Tagged ‘stocks that trade weekly options’

S&P Revises U. S. Debt to “Negative”

1:30pm (EST) Futures were pointing towards a slightly lower market when we released this morning’s update but things got even worse shortly after we sent it out.  Before the opening bell.  Standard & Poor’s lowered the U.S. debt outlook from “Stable” to “Negative” while reaffirming the country’s “AAA” debt-rating.  ThisRead more

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Bears Looking to Keep Slight Momentum

8:45am (EST) Although the bears won last week’s battle to make it two-in-a-row, you could tell by the bulls’ efforts that they aren’t going down without a fight.  The real action occurred in one day, on Tuesday, which is when the bears roared loudest.  Friday’s gains helped cut the week’sRead more

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Bears Getting Stronger but Bulls Show Resiliency

12:50pm (EST) There has been a slight battle between the bulls and bears today as both sides try to square up their positions for the week.  There has been a ton of economic data so let’s get that out of the way, first. The Consumer Price Index (CPI) was upRead more

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Google (GOOG) Drops $30+

8:50am (EST) The bulls got their second straight win on Thursday but the margin of victory matched Wednesday’s slight gains.  The bears dominated the early action after hearing initial jobless claims rose by 27,000 week-over-week to 412,000.  Wall Street was looking for 385,000 and the jump back over 400,000 was the headline shocker.  ThisRead more

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Google’s (GOOG) Earnings After the Bell

1:25pm (EST) It’s all about the notes… We have been busy today, folks, and there are a lot of good stories to talk about so we are going to be quick because we have a lot to go over in our Members Area. The bears dominated the early action thisRead more

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Focus on Dendreon (DNDN)

9:00am (EST) The bulls got some green numbers on Wednesday although the market’s gains were limited.  After a nice open, the bears come out at lunch and had a quick nibble but left after feasting for two days.  There was plenty of uninspiring news but it was good to seeRead more

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JPMorgan (JPM) Beats, Shares Slide

12:50pm (EST) After a strong open, the bulls once again find themselves giving up ground.  Futures were pointing towards a beautiful start to today’s trading but the bulls retreated after testing Monday’s lows which isn’t a good sign. Let’s start with the boring stuff first.  In economic news, Business InventoriesRead more

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Futures Pointing Towards Strong Open

8:55am (EST) The bears took another step towards cracking major support levels as they spent all of Tuesday pounding the bulls into a corner.  In round 2-out-of-5 this week, the bears scored their second consecutive win, but more important, they did some serious technical damage as both the Nasdaq andRead more

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Bulls Look Weak, Bears Push Support

12:50pm (EST) After weeks of testing resistance, are the bulls ready to throw in the towel? Although one day doesn’t make a trend, we knew at some point the bullish trend would come to an end.  After spending all of last week pushing resistance, the bulls’ find themselves on theRead more

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One Step Forward, Two Steps Backwards

9:05am (EST) Monday’s action followed last week’s script where the bulls started the session pushing resistance only to fade by the end of the day.  The bears have slowly chipped away at support and yesterday’s action favored their camp, but they too, are lacking momentum despite having the headlines inRead more

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