All three meet my requirements for options liquidity, having sufficiently high open interest on strike prices important to building a trade.
Additionally, HOG and IBM have implied volatility that meets my standard: The 60th percentile or higher of the most recent range.
NFLX, however, falls short, with implied volatility standing in the 20th percentile of its most recent range and in the 46th percentile for the past 12 months.
I shall post analyses of HOG and IBM rtoday but shall reject NFLX without further analysis.
-- Tim Bovee, Portland, Oregon, April 18, 2016
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