Running Options Trading Idea – PBR
We keep going back to the well that is the PBR options chain, and almost never come up empty-handed. Just to recap this week’s action, we targeted the PBR November $16 Calls on Tuesday morning, and were promptly rewarded with an 35% intraday spike.
On Wednesday, we commented on the real possibility of seeing more action in PBR options as the stock pulled back and rebounded, and it only took until yesterday’s session to see that prediction met.
For the second time this week PBR breached the $17-mark, and as a result, the $16 Weekly Calls traded from .86 to 1.20, an intraday increase totaling 39%
Movers From Yesterday’s Watchlist
First Liberty Power Corp. FLPC
FLPC made a notable move right at the start of the session yesterday morning, opening up at .002 and rapidly running to .0027. That marked a quick chance at up to 35% in gains.
iHookup Social, Inc. HKUP
We also tagged HKUP, and the stock would provide a series of intraday swings of which one could have taken advantage; the two main thrusts were from .006-.0072 (+20%), and .0062 to .0069 (11%).
The overall markets took a pounding yesterday, and after a contrary performance by TSLA which managed a positive move, the stock is pulling back today to a premarket low of 240.56. As long as support holds at that range, we’ll be expecting to see a bounce. If that proves to be the case, we’ll need to identify a proper options trading target.
Likewise, we’re looking for an upcoming bounce on the SPY which got drudged down along with the market yesterday. We may have an interest in trading SPY Calls, and should be ready for a rebound to come at any time.
SPIR (On Bottom-Watch)
We want to quickly make a note of SPIR as well. The stock fell to new 52-week lows yesterday; we always like to monitor plays like these for potential bottom bounces.
APT, OBCI, IBIO, DYNT, LAKE,