All three symbols have late-stage bullish charts, as I would expect. The bull market has been going on for so long that all bullish charts are in a late stage.
SYRG, while still trading beyond its 20-day price channel, has reversed course and has a net decline intraday, so I set it aside to focus on the other two.
MU is a large-cap stock trading 36 million shares a day on average, and CRD.B is a small-cap stock with volume of 51,000 shares a day on average.
The volume levels means that CRD.B must be traded as long shares and MU has sufficient liquidity for an options spread.
Because the stocks in late-stage bull plays, it is safer for me to be able to construct a hedged position out of options, with a defined and limited loss, rather than an unhedged position built from shares, where the loss limit is zero.
I choose to do a full analysis of MU and shall post it before the closing bell today.
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