KORS fails to meet my liquidity criterion because open interest on its options are overly low on key strike prices for calls. I require 100 contracts or higher for the open interest. The call strikes I would need are in the double digits.
So I'm laying KORS aside and turning to GDXJ, an exchange-traded fund with high implied volatility relative to its range. However, GDXJ also fails on open interest.
Two prospects -- two fails. I don't intend to do further analysis on those symbols and don't anticipate opening new positions today.
-- Tim Bovee, Portland, Oregon, May 31, 2016
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