Sunday, January 28, 2018

Options - Rationale

1. Need to be a Seller, not Buyer
Buyer gain when stock UP = 1/3
Seller gain when stock NEUTRAL, DOWN = 2/3

Expiration - Work against Buyer, For Seller
Strike - Buyer need overcome, Easy to Avoid
Premium - Buyer Pay, Seller Receive

2. Sell Options that Expire Soon

3. Choose Low Probability Strike

4.  Have a built-in Protection Plan. 
Avoid naked option
If Bullish, Sell PUT, then Buy PUT at lower price to protect stock dropping

5. Don't be Greedy

Monday, June 19, 2017

Order for the Day - 19 Jun 2017

ACQ - Sell at 0.93 - breached sell point
ETPMPT - Sell 118.37 - breached sell point

GWA - Buy 3.15 : 5882 units - sell point 2.98
AIZ - Buy 3.04 : 5263 units - sell point 2.85

Sunday, November 6, 2016

Stocks to watch - for post-election

Over recent days / week, the market has simply gone down for irrational reasons. Once the election is over, and the chosen candidate anointed, the market will bounce back.

Here are a fe stocks to consider for the bounce back.


Monday, October 24, 2016

Volume Spike - 21 Oct 2016

Here are a list of Volume Spike stocks on 21 Oct 2016
CLV - Clover Corp Ltd - Healthcare and Equipment services

It is undervalued by about 10%.
The volume spike also caused positive trend in the technical analysis. Its PE is about 22 and growth rate forecasted at 30.

Ride the trend as it lasts....

Sunday, August 28, 2016

Stocks to Watch - 28 Aug 2016

.... NIL .......
..... Take a breather this week ......

Towards the end of last week, there appears to be a bearish divergence. The main stock index seems to be trading sideways, but there are other indicators where the trend are clearly declining.

Remember where the stop losses are for each stock. These should have been calculated before placing the buy order.

Sunday, August 21, 2016

Stocks to Watch - 22 Aug 2016

Volume spike shares:

AHX - Apiam Anml Hlth

These two stocks had a recent spike in volume accompanied by a jump in share price. Watch over the next few days. Note that these have very low volume in general.

Both have PEs of less than 7. Both have projected high growth rates above 10%. Both are regarded to be of good value based on future earnings outlook. CMI has a divided yield of over 8%