Deere On Earnings

Here is a look at Deere towards the end of the afternoon after an earnings report. It got beat up pretty bad. What we are now looking at is a printout of one option series which will be expiring the next day were trading towards the end of the trading session. Would now be a good time to buy into these 395 Calls and try to play tomorrow's upside? Lets look at how these options traded the next day. Can you see they hit a high of $4.65 sometime during the following day? I did two very small trades on the Friday morning bounce back. I just wanted to cover my commissions a make a touch. Remember Deere options are extremely difficult to play and with only hours to go before they expire its not bad to take a profit whenever you see one. .................. My times in were 10:14 to 10:31 a.m. and 10:59 to 11.09 a.m. I missed the elusive high of $4.65 which happened after I got out. Part Two. Going forward. Let's look at Deere's five day chart and look at how the 400 series o

Tesla Going Down In Stock Price Is The New Theme

Ok, so like Barron's did an article over the weekend saying that Tesla could be trading down to $100.00 and U-Tube videos are talking about the rise of BYD. Fisker is going out of business and Ford in Canada is delayed their shift to going electric by a couple of years in one of their plants. Norway is up to 83% electric or some crazy number like that. What to think? Well, weekends often serve as times of "resets". The result is the "change-of-thinkings" in what is happening in the global EV space over the last 48 hour period of time which is reflected in the opening price of the Telsa stock on a Monday morning. Here now is a look at how the Telsa stock is trading at 8:45 a.m. in the premarkets. It is difficult to read clearly but the stock is up about four dollars.
A second stock to watch for weekend changes in sentiment is Boeing. Somewhere is a previous blog I gave an example of how I traded out of a Call option position on a Monday morning on an opening bounce. Here is how Boeing today at 8:50 a.m. is trading in the premarkets. Once again it is difficult to read but the stock is down just over $3.00 a share.
Often times it closes up or down three, four or five dollars which can make for profitable short term option trades. Now here is how Telsa was trading at 9:53 a.m. on Monday morning April 8th. It's up like $8.00
**One final caveat. Premarket bids and asks can change on a dime with most of the changes likely to happen five or ten minutes prior to the opening. ***Friday mornings are the one day of the week where premarket directional changes are most evident.


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