Wednesday, July 1st, 2015

Using Unusual Option Activity As A Technical Indicator using Research In Motion RIMM Earnings


OptionSIZZLE.com Research in Motion (RIMM) issued Q4 2010 Earnings after the market close on March 31, 2010. Even though (RIMM) raised Q1 guidance above analyst’s estimates, option activity going into earnings was showing a bearish to neutral bias reaction into this event. Typically trying to “game” earnings is a losers game. The reason it is, is because you do not know how the reaction of the earnings will be taken by the market. However, when I can see a bias in the option market with big traders buying calls, puts or selling, I can set up a trade using options that will reduce my risk and will give the the highest probability of success or what I call my “edge”. In the video below I show you what we were seeing going into Research in Motion’s earnings.

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One Response to “Using Unusual Option Activity As A Technical Indicator using Research In Motion RIMM Earnings”
  1. 997sub says:

    Nice video with useful information

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