Monday, September 12, 2016

Tuesday's Prospects

Screening of the Monday, Sept. 12 markets identified one prospective trade out of the two datasets and four strategies that I'm using.

This week, for options trading, I reviewed nearly 500 symbols in my large-cap stocks and exchange-traded funds, and for share trading, I reviewed more than 1,000 symbols of stocks and funds of all capitalizations. For both I reviewed 77 companies publishing earnings.

I use four strategies in my trading, in response to trading signals (such as breakouts above the 20-day price channel), high implied options volatility, and persistently rising trends on a charts signaled by the stochastic-relative strength index indicator, and in anticipation of events ( such as earnings announcements).

 options  shares 

I shall make final trading decisions on Tuesday, Sept. 13.

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by Richard D. Wolff

Below are the candidates for analysis for each cell of the quadrant.

Shares: Signals



The next earnings season begins on Oct. 10 with AA's release of earnings.

One symbol, EBAY, is close to qualifying for further analysis as a high implied volatility options play. I shall make a final decision Tuesday morning.

Given the volatility of the markets Friday and today, on Tuesday morning I shall re-check all of the 27 high-beta Stochastic-RSI symbols that failed to make the prospects list.

-- Tim Bovee, Portland, Oregon, Sept. 13, 2016


Tradecraft: Playing the odds to build winning stock market trades from options, a description of how I trade, can be read here.

Small Lots: A new strategy discusses the thinking behind the analysis that identified these trades and can be read here. The symbols noted in this post are intended fortrading on a commission-free platform such as Robinhood Financial.

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