ARMH, a price-channel bull signal, saw its implied volatility drop to the 45th percentile, too low to meet my criteria for a trade. I've struck it from the list.
Another bull signal, SWKS, is in the 50th percentile, and I shall analyze it.
I shall also analyze ORCL, which publishes earnings after the closing bell, and three potential trades coinciding with the money policy announcement by the Federal Reserve on Thursday: TLT (using the leveraged TBT as a vehicle), SPY and FXI.
-- Tim Bovee, Portland, Oregon, Sept. 16, 2015References
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