you, Ali). How far out do you go for the expirations? Do you keep them as close to earnings as possible? I had ZIM at a 14% move either way going into tomorrows earnings which seemd really high. I used the 11/19 expiration. Thank you
yesterday noted. Look at the drop yesterday in ASAN, NET, UPST, SHOP, FTNT as examples. Also, GOOGL stalled, like the NASDAQ. Yet, with the very recent weakness in growth / tech, the reaction doesn’t seem to be an immediate rotation in
commodities or re-opening plays, as there was earlier this year every time growth suffered. For example, shipping, oil, materials & mining have been weak the last few days as well. Look at FCX, LPX, SBLK. Oil is in a holding pattern;
many oil stocks are now at 3 weeks’ tight, at best, just above recent breakouts—notably FANG and DVN. CPE stalled; DEN had a good day yesterday, but CPE is down in pre-market. My point is, the commodity / re-opening sectors—that were recently
the alternative to growth—aren’t moving, either.
anywhere within the range of the buy zone, right? i.e. I don’t need to scale down the number of shares purchased if the price is at the top of the buy zone, right? Or am I too simple….?
risk that would suggest a $20,000 position, which is very large right out of the gate. You could reduce your position to 10% or $10,000 and be risking only $500 on your trade.
EV.” I know that Tesla can argue the S Plaid is slightly faster.
So, while I think telematics insurance could be a big deal, I don’t see Tesla having any special advantage.
to Tesla owners.
reserves in each and every state it operates in as an insurer.