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More Dirty Bird

 

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My general rule trading TWTR is don’t get long without puts.  After learning the hard way on the 2015 trip from mid 30 to the low 14s in 2016 the only thing that kept it from being a disaster was rolling my put protection down.  The near takeout in Oct/Nov gave me an exit which I took.  Now here we sit around 17.09 with Jan IV in the 30 handle.  Noone cares for the Dirty Bird anymore.

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The First TWTR President

That was quite a week and 2 days.  Before Donald J Trump stunned the media with his election win, he was a power user of TWTR.  Various reports about what he will tweet in the future are unknown to me as I write this but it is safe to say TWTR will keep buzzing with the social media malestorm he helped create. The fact that TWTR is now stuck in the popular culture is pretty hard to dispute.

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AMZN volatility is cheap

Seeing news reports on TWTR about AMZN using couriers to deliver packages gave me the UBER kind of feeling.  UBER is on its way to becoming one of the highest valued pre-IPO companies on the planet and it makes some sense AMZN is taking a page from its playbook.  That got me looking to AMZN volatility and it is very cheap.

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Cheapest volatility on the planet- TWTR that!

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Stocks regained from lows today after a near panic selloff in Chinese equities.  Prices here are down only fractionally as selling in China and the accompanying volatility is becoming habit as Beijing  tries to kill the speculation.  On the opposite side of the spectrum is TWTR.  Not a lot of speculating there.

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