Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Wednesday's Agenda

The lone symbol to survive my screening of Tuesday's markets, DAL, has moved back within its 20-day price channel after breaking out into a bear signal. The pullback confirms DAL as a potential non-directional trade, since it has low historical odds a its bull signals being winners. I shall post an analysis today.

I had noted COST as a potential earnings play, but only provisionally, because of low open interest on the options series I planned to use. The liquidity of those  options has increased, and I shall post an analysis today.

-- Tim Bovee, Portland, Oregon, May 27, 2015


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