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#ITM Vs #OTM #Options Which to #BUY?

When selecting the right #option to #buy, a #trader has several choices to make. One is whether to purchase an in-the-money (ITM) or out-of-the-money (OTM) option.
While the goal for "#vanilla" #buyers is to have the option be in the money at expiration, the selected option depends on the amount the trader wants to spend and their risk tolerance, as well as their specific expectations for the underlying stock.
UNDERSTANDING #ITM Vs #OTM

Before delving into the pros and cons of each, let's look at what it means to be itm or otm.
A #call is ITM when the underlying stock is trading above the strike price.
Conversely it is OTM when the underlying stock is trading below the strike price
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Analysis: #NYSE $SBGL

Case 51 #Sibanye Gold Ltd ADR

DISCLAIMER: The analysis is strictly for educational purposes and should not be construed as an invitation to trade.

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#SBGL 1/5
Sibanye Gold got hammered in 2016 and turned bearish but 2019 has seen this #stock climb steadily.

SBGL 2/5
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Monthly Chart: Price failed to close below the monthly Fib. 0.942 but had been underpinned by the SMA 20 for the last 2 years. But by Feb. 2019 price managed to close above both pivot resistance and SMA 20. Currently trades just below the synthetic resistance.

SBGL 3/5
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Analysis: #NASDAQ: #AMD

Case 38 #AdvancedMicroDevices Inc

DISCLAIMER: The analysis is strictly for educational purposes and should not be construed as an invitation to trade.

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AMD 1/6
The 18 year #trendline was finally broken in Sept. 2018 but trades far below the highs of 2000 (48.50) and 2006 (42.70). The #stock is very volatile and swings wildly - trading AMD is not for everyone and caution should be applied.

AMD 2/6
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Monthly Chart: The break of the falling trendline (red) can be seen clearly - it was only cleared in the summer of 2019. Resistance at 38.48/62 is very tough to break and selling pressure will be seen there. ....

AMD 3/6
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Analysis: #NYSE: #RIG

Case 27 #Transocean Ltd

DISCLAIMER: The analysis is strictly for educational purposes and should not be construed as an invitation to trade.

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RIG 1/7
This #stock has little to no prospects and keeps recording new lows as the years go buy. It remains under heavy selling pressure on any attempts higher.

RIG 2/7
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Monthly Chart: The #SMA 55 has underpinned this stock since 2008 and a monthly close above has never been seen. Other firm resistances: Pivot, TL pivots and #trendline.

RIG 3/7
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Analysis: #NYSE #RTN

Case 8 #RaytheonCompany

DISCLAIMER: The analysis is strictly for educational purposes and should not be construed as an invitation to place trades.

Please do your own research!

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This #stock has been trading in a wide range of approximately $60 and then a #breakout happened in 2014 and since then the stock has gone #parabolic reaching it's all time peak at $229.75 in April 2018. Thereafter a low of $144.27 traded.

#Raytheon is a strong buy.

2/9
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Monthly: The monthly pivots on a closing basis. #Trendline pivot support and resistance has also been added.

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#Analysis: #NASDAQ: #ENDP

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Case #2. Analysis #Endo International PLC (ENDP)

This company has had a very good 15 years but the last 4 years have proved miserable for buyers. The charts say it all - in 2019 we've seen all new time lows and the future does not look bright. ENDP shares the same fate as ...
... other #opioid companies. I personally wouldn't touch this stock unless it broke the upside substantially. Healthcare stocks have been performing badly for most of 2019 - there are much more attractive stocks in other sectors. ...
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THREAD: Body Language Analysis No.4360: GE's CEO Larry Culp's CNBC Interview & Subsequent Stock Sell-off • #Nonverbal #EmotionalIntelligence #LarryCulp #CEO #GE #GeneralElectric #CrisisManagement #Stock #MediaTraining #BodyLanguage #BodyLanguageExpert
1/ On Monday 12 November 2018, GE's CEO, Larry Culp gave an interview on CNBC. What follows is a partial nonverbal analysis of that exchange and some recommendations and ideas I would propose if he were one of my private clients.
2/ In a business setting, with rare exception, a man should always wear a navy or black suit. Even light grey suits should be avoided, let alone plaid, or beige. Only navy and black suits command the highest authority, rapport, and influence.
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