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🚗 PFE is in for a Squeeze

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[] [The daily rundown of everything happening at Option Pit.]( [3).png]( Mark-et Open Stocks held firm today in the face of higher interest rates and lower international stock prices … One stock that looks like itr may be ready for a squeeze higher is Pfizer inc. (Ticker PFE). One of many great OP pros brought up the name today and after review it looks like it may be ready for a squeeze higher. [ Power Income Trader purchased 4 PFE Oct20 34 calls for $.39 … The stock made a lower low today but closed higher so it may have a little momentum heading into tomorrow. I have a mental stop loss on the trade if it closes below $31.5 … Let's Go! [ Trader's Edge: Buyer of the Rumor, Beware – Weekly Market Outlook Get ready for his week’s Market Outlook… Today, I’ll dive into the latest developments in the financial world, including the VIX's surprising breakout and the looming government shutdown rumors. Discover what's impacting the stock market, individual stock performances, and what to watch out for in the tech and consumer sectors. I have some key events to watch this week and will provide you with a sneak peek into upcoming content. Here's everything you need to navigate the markets successfully this week…[Click here to see today’s Market Outlook Video…]( - Mark Pit Report: PENN - Ticker Highlight Video Licia, Griff, AG, and I each gave our thoughts on the ticker last week, and we held a live roundtable show this morning to come up with an actionable trade for you. Trade Recap: Sell to open 1 PENN Jan2024 20/15 put spread at 1.05 [Click here to watch the full show.]( [To see the live show every Monday at 10:30, just sign up for any paid service here at Option Pit](... - Mark Power Income: Powell’s Lies Pull the End Game Closer That was some show Jerome Powell (FED) and Janet Yellen (Treasury) put on last week. Yellen – said she sees a “disconnect” between the good health of the U.S. economy and polling numbers that show many Americans fear a recession … She went on to say ” the US is seeing remarkable job creation, strong consumer spending and inflation coming down. Powell – “a solid economy with strong Job growth, will allow the Fed to keep additional pressure on financial conditions through 2025” Now, we know policy makers view economic conditions through a rear view mirror but this is laughable … However, they may finally get what they want after this weeks performance … A capitulation in stocks and bonds that gives them the cover to go back to printing money into oblivion … That is good for us traders because their lies and policy blunders make it easy to stack profits … [Join me on Wednesday night at 7pm for a live presentation on the end game to the quickest and most damaging tightening cycle in US history.]( We will see incredible short squeezes and capitulation trends in the weeks and months ahead. [Today, I’ll lay out the current condition in the market and how to trade it this week.]( - Griff AG's Views: Mom told me there would be days like this Lots of headlines currently like GOP shutdown, $1 Trillion interest payments, Senators indicted on corruption (again). The biggest is the shutdown because it looms on the horizon. It makes traders and investors wait to jump in thinking they will get a better deal for something in the short term. When I was a floor trader, I would lean on a bid or offer all day until they paid up. I saw no reason to do anything I did not have to. SPDR S&P 500 Trust ETF (Ticker: SPY) is down 8.3% from the top of early Aug when folks were plum giddy over rates. Readers of my OP Newsletter know I don’t think rates drop until Uncle Sam cuts $1 Trillion out of spending. Shouldn’t we be back to pre-Covid spending levels at this point? Sadly we are not. Also, while realized vol has picked up in SPY, it is not crazy and barely in Zone 2, far below where VIX is currently trading. I will cover how to price this in the Option Pit Newsletter for tomorrow morning. [1).png] 3 month SPY chart with 10, 20, 30 day realized vol As for now, stocks want a reason to sell off and a Congressional Stalemate is not enough. We could get a scare this week but for now, the extra 8% off in stocks is enough. - AG OPTION PIT GLOSSARY [( There are plenty of terms in the trading world that need defining. The [Option Pit Glossary]( is here to help. Today's phrase is: Hedging - Protecting an investment with a separate investment (usually on the other side of the bullish/bearish coin) to act as “insurance” and limit losses in the event the primary trade doesn’t work out. [( DISCLAIMER: FOR EDUCATIONAL AND INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLY; NOT INVESTMENT ADVICE. The materials presented from Option Pit LLC are for your informational and educational purposes only. 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