Posted in Strategy
By: Tom Gentile on June 24th, 2022 • 2 mins read
The equities market is showing a bit of a bullish pulse.
This isn’t a market call that we’ve found a market bottom. Many a trader has lost many amounts of cash trying to pick tops and bottoms of markets and you won’t see that happening here.
But we do see a pivot low slightly at/near 365 in the SPY.
The last few days have seen bullish reversal days and the SPY has not taken out the recent pivot low.
Now, just as soon as you are reading this the markets could be rolling over. Should the markets NOT rollover and continue to consolidate in prep for a burst higher, a bullish Money Calendar setup is being highlighted with a Call Debit Spread option idea coming your way on it.
Intuit, Inc. (NASDAQ: INTU) is a stock from the Technology Sector.
It’s Industry is: Software – Application.
They provide financial management / compliance products and services for consumers, small businesses, self-employed, and accounting professionals. They do all this in the U.S., Canada and internationally.
If you all are familiar with the QuickBooks software and all their applications you know this company.
There are a number of bullish options strategies one can consider and we’d say talk them over with your broker to see which one is deemed appropriate for you and your portfolio. Maybe the stock itself is what you pursue. Maybe one considers a long call, or a call debit spread.
Have fun with your options research and see you all next week.
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