Showing posts from December, 2022


One Week Options. Are They A Good Bet In Times like This?

Look at how these these four stocks traded last week. 1) What a great week for one week Call option players on Boeing even though the stock ended up down .83 cents on the week. 2) Roku. Roku hasn't yet recovered from a not so good quarterly report. Roku lost $1.13 on the week. (Netflix in somewhat the same space was up $35.780.) 3) Disney suprised. I talked about that in a recent blog. 4) Now Caterpillar. It was up $12.83 Now The D.J.I. was down .11% or basically flat. In good times Call options can be your best friend. To be continued.

How The Canadian Government Could Curb Some of The Interest In Real Estate Speculating And It Could Have Something To Do With Changing Our Option Trading Rules

I want to tell you a few secrets. This is going to be a tough read. First, there is a revolution of sort, happening within North American stock market trading. It's the subsection of trading called called option trading and books can't be written fast enough to tell people what these new changes are all about. Pick a stock, pick Nio. Did you know that you could make a career out of playing just that one. Start by trying to make $500.00 a week trading it. I am talking about playing the options, not the stock itself. Option prices on this stock often double or go half price in one trading session. Read my blogs on this one. The strange thing is you really don't have to know to much about the company before you can start trading it. Try following it's chart and try to figure out daily when is best to get in and out. It helps to be also watching what the DJI index is doing at the same time. Some traders opt to play the future market but that's a different game. It's

Ford, Lucid and Mullen - A New Common Theme

Ford, Rivian and Mullen. They are all electric vehicle stock however Mullen is one you probably don't know about. All are dangerous to play. Ford had good news on Friday however good news can also be bad news. First however is other good news from back on December 2nd. Sales down 7.8% is not really good news but it makes it easier to have better numbers going forward. Here is the December 16th news. On Friday Ford sold off on this news. Ford Call holders got scrubbed out. They blame it Friday trading activity on triple witching. Ford has being transpartent this year reporting a number of issues including the write off of an investment in Rivian. Here is its' year to date stock pattern. There was plenty to cheer about over the year including much needed new product lines. So what if the roof on their Brono doesn't fit right. In the old days they had trucks that would roll over and cars that would explode if they were hit from behind. When Call option players where buying

Ffie "Faraday Future" - Another Electric Vehicle Story

First the stock price. Watch their videos. It's having a good day. Look at how it is trading on the opening. Who said money is flowing out of California? Put this stock on your watch list and sign up to get their notifications.**** Tuesday morning. A second wave of buying. In these upwinds another winner seems to be Mullen. Here is it's chart. Do your own homework on this one. Dangerous stocks however somehow they have managed to get this far. Going forward you can't build EV's in low numbers and expect to make a profit. These companies may not survive.

"Ford Motor Company" Blogs are Always the Easiest to Understand

PART ONE. It's a company that makes cars and trucks and the stock currently is at around $14.00 per share. Sell more vehicles on a monthly basis and the price of the stock will go up. That's pretty simple. Now read this latest news. So was that all good news or bad news or a combination of both? Sales were down annually over 7%. Remember also how many of the previous news releases talked about a high number of trucks sitting in parking lots waiting for a few final parts before they can be shipped out. Here now is a look at the 14 series of Calls which will expire in five trading days. They are trading at 20 dollars a contract so the break even number at the end of the week would have to be around $14.20 per share. PART TWO. I played the same series of Calls last week, buying them at 9:42 a.m. last Monday morning. Here are the two fills. It's about the same price now as it was last last week at the same time. Now to answer the question of how I did. I was offside big ti