Clearly, the markets even on Tuesday were winding down in anticipation of the end of the year.
CVD confirmed its bull signal. However, its options are too illiquid for use in the sort of trades I'm looking for these days: High-volatility ptions spreads sold for a credit and expiring in the front month or sooner. Open interest for January options is zero throughout.
So, no trade on CVD and no trades from Tuesday's market session, providing a damp firecracker finale to my analysis for 2014.
I'll be back on Friday, January 2, for the first analysis of 2015. The way my list stands now, the first opportunity to do analysis of a potential earnings play will come on January 6.
In the meanwhile, Happy New Year to all.
-- Tim Bovee, Portland, Oregon, December 31, 2014
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