Wednesday, January 11


Just as I thought, the stock tried to punch through the $40 mark, as you can see on this intraday chart, but failed and closed down.

Fortunately we had a $5.80 offer out on the Jan 35 calls which got taken out on the stock's run up, and we then closed out the other part of our vertical, the short Jan 40 calls, to close.

Bought for $1.50, sold for $3.60.

$210 profit per spread on the initial $150 investment.

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