SCHW and BBT lack weeklys in their options inventory. To trade, I would need to go 37 days out from expiration, which is longer than I want to commit funds to these symbols.
KMI has weeklys, but the premium from a trade covering the historical range of movement immediately after earnings are published is too small to be of interest.
-- Tim Bovee, Portland, Oregon, July 15, 2015References
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