The lone bear signal of the lot, RT, has too narrow an options grid for me to use in construction a position that will profit from a downward move in price.
CLMT, ACT and GASS gave bull signals from bearish charts, although ACT's is only marginally bearish.
That leaves HUM as the sole survivor of the second round, and I shall post an analysis before the closing bell.
See "Tuesday's Prospects" for a full run-down of my first round of analysis.
-- Tim Bovee, Portland, Oregon, June 24, 2014
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