2/1/2009 8:58:36 AM
Here are 10 options plays for the coming week.
SOS Timing Indicator
The indicator is cleary coming off a sell signal, accordingly, we're recommendingPuts for this week.
Stock Options Speculator uses the above indicator in the establishing of various options trades and strategies. The indicator has two frames. The top frame shows the Nasdaq Composite and the Nasdaq Advances and Declines. The lower frame shows volatility (candles), the equity put call ratio (red line) and the Trading Index (blue line). The height of the indicators determines if call or put buying strategies are recommended.
Options Trading Ideas
Based on the SOS Timing Indicator or other special market conditions, the above 10 trades are recommended for consideration in your trading plan.
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We have a Sell Signal and accordingly, we're recommending PUTS this week. Fridays move was pretty sharp, so I'd expect some short term strength which will allow you to establish your option positions in a favorable environment to position for the move lower.
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