The lower share liquidity on the three resulted in low open interest on the options. In addition, WRI's momentum reversed toward the downside; it confirmed the bull signal but weakly.
I don't intend to do further analysis on any of those, nor, indeed, on any symbols based on signals from Wednesday's trading.
I did analyze the one symbol on the verge of publishing earnings with sufficient liquidity to meet my criteria. Read it at "BBBY: Volatility play".
-- Tim Bovee, Portland, Oregon, Jan. 8, 2015
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