My shares in AAPL, opened Oct. 24, 2014, had been intended as a position lasting at least a year in order to qualify for a cheaper tax rate. My new volatility strategy has proven to be so lucrative that I closed AAPL early to free up funds for the shorter-term trades and have updated the analysis with results.
I opened three positions coinciding with earnings announcements, in SLB, AXP and STX.
The symbols above link to the appropriate analysis.
-- Tim Bovee, Portland, Oregon, April 16, 2015
My volatility trading rules can be read here.
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