Here's what I'm watching this AM: ACT, ANGI, FOSL, YNDX
Commentary from the WSJ, my notes below:
"Actavis, whose results in the most recent quarter easily topped
analysts’ expectations, raised its outlook for 2015 to a range of $16.30
to $17.30 a share."
Mkt Cap: $76.3b
Short Interest: 8%
Pre-mkt hi/lo/volume: traded at a high of 295 and a low of 289.25. Traded between 290 and 292 on 75k shares trading.
Technicals of note: trading above its recent 52wk high of 288.80 at 289.
From Marketwatch, my notes below:
Angie’s List Inc.
posted quarterly profit and revenue that topped Wall Street’s expectations.
Mkt Cap: $285m
Short interest: 19.2%
Pre-mkt hi/lo/volume: Currently trading at 6.58 after closing at 4.89. It hit a high of 6.88 and traded at a low of around 6 in the pre on 693k shares traded
Technicals of note: Trading $2 above its 52wk low. 50DSMA is 5.63, 200DSMA is 7.95.
Fossil Group Inc.
dropped after the company late Tuesday reported adjusted fourth-quarter earnings that missed expectations, along with revenue that disappointed.
Mkt Cap: $5b
Short Interest: 11.72%, increased 8.1% from last report.
Pre-mkt hi/lo/volume: Traded at a high of 89.50 and a low of 84.11. Was trading between 85.50 and 86. 385k shares traded in pre-mkt.
Technicals of note: Trading 8.3% below its 52wk low of 91.84 at 84.20. Hasn't traded this low since December of 2012.
reported a jump in quarterly profit and said it has reported U.S. rival Google Inc.
to Russian authorities for alleged antitrust practices.
Mkt Cap: $5.3b
Short Interest: 1.47%
Pre-mkt hi/lo/volume: 325k shares trading in pre-mkt. Closed at 16.65, low was around 17.20 and the high was 18.50. Currently trading around 18
Technicals of note: 200DSMA: 26.58; 50dsma: 17.48; 20dema: 16.43. 52wk high: 41.35; 52wk low: 14.14
Ex Post Facto Notes 11am:
ANGI - I have no idea why I even bothered with this, I had no intention of trading the common and the only feb opex strikes offered were 5 and 7.5
ACT and FOSL both presented non-directional opportunities on the open.
I completely missed RAX as that also presented a non-directional opportunity.
VIPS continued to rip higher from yesterday's earnings pop.