TripAdvisor, Inc. TRIP
Based on what we were seeing in yesterday’s premarket activity, we floated several sets of contracts to monitor for opportunities. The Weekly 78.50-82.50 Calls were our short term target range, with a longer-term idea of the 10/30 $85 Calls.
The biggest winners among those sets of contracts were the $80, $81, and $82.50 Calls, and we even saw a big jump in our longer-term calls as well.
$80 Calls – Daily Range: .85-4.10 – Max Gain: 382%
$81 Calls – Daily Range: .66-3.20 – Max Gain: 385%
$82.50 Calls – Daily Range: .30-2.25 – Max Gain: 650%
10/30 $85 Calls – Daily Range: 1.00-2.20 – Max Gain: 120%
Remember, yesterday we also mentioned that TRIP has a gap on the chart from roughly 86.50 to the $92 area. We’re still going to be open to the possibility of seeing that happen in coming sessions. Naturally, we’d have to re-assess and roll up our strike prices to stay closer to the money if things indeed unfold in that manner. Should we see another dip, we’ll just want to be sure TRIP continues to record higher lows each day in order to hold our attention.
Terra Tech Corp. TRTC
We want to radar TRTC as a potential bottom play. The stock recently came down to find support around a previous swing low from this summer, and is showing signs of life.
This morning the company released a positive PR relating to its cannabis products now being available in many more dispensary locations in California. We’ll be anxious to see how the combination of the news, and a ripening chart affects TRTC’s PPS in the days ahead.
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