Category Archives: Tematica Options+

Positioning for the post AT&T-Time Warner ruling

Positioning for the post AT&T-Time Warner ruling

A court ruling this week that paves the way for an AT&T-Time Warner combination will redraw the lines for how content and content delivery are paired together, redrawing the competitive landscape and more than likely setting off an M&A frenzy. We’re taking steps to prepare for just that.

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WEEKLY ISSUE: While The Turmoil Keeps Rolling, We Take Some Cards Off the Table

We are closing out our call option trade in TLT shares that enjoyed a significant move higher week over week, and adding a short-term Costco call option trade ahead of the company’s earnings report tonight. In the housekeeping front, we were stopped out of our short position in Funko shares.

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Weekly Issue: Closing Out 2 Positions While Focusing On Yet Another Pain Point

Weekly Issue: Closing Out 2 Positions While Focusing On Yet Another Pain Point

In this week’s issue of Tematica Options+ we are doing some spring cleaning, booking a hefty win on a recently added call option play and exiting another one. As we do this, we are adding a truck related engine call option play to the mix.

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WEEKLY ISSUE: Earnings Season Making Waves in the Options Market Too

WEEKLY ISSUE: Earnings Season Making Waves in the Options Market Too

During a busy week that is marked by fresh earnings-related volatility, we’re not adding any new positions to the Tematica Options+ List this week. We do have a number of updates that keep our short positions on Funko (FNKO) and Facebook (FB) intact. We also have some housekeeping for MoneyOnMobile shares to discuss following this week’s reverse split.

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Weekly Issue: Shift in Consumer Spending Continues

Weekly Issue: Shift in Consumer Spending Continues

In this week’s issue of Tematica Options+, we share why the March Retail Sales and some other new revelations are leading us to keep our short positions in FNKO and TGT intact. New Buy ratings and favorable price targets on DBX and SPOT shares, help soften the frustration with our GSVC calls. And we’re boosting our stop loss associated with our PCAR calls.

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