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Nov 21, 2009 6:00am EST
mammoth bites of the market's biggest brands. and two of them swam straight for the same bait. george soros and warren buffett. they both pounced on walmart, with buffett nearly doubling his stake, he also dipped into oil, while the high-flying hungarian hungered after ford. kicking motor city's comeback kid into high gear. there was another fish in the speculative sea. john paulson, the sultan of sub prime, betting this time on bank of america and citigroup. it's a trio of trusty tritans. how can you trade alongside them while risking less. >> these are according to quarterly filings. so these were the end of the latest quarter. we don't know, mike, what these guys have done since then. they might have added to a position early in the quarter or gotten out. >> in warren buffett's case, i doubt he was getting out. the others you don't know what level they got in and what their positions are right now. just because one of these guys does something doesn't necessarily mean you want to jump in and do it, too. but there is something you can take away with this. taking a look at the financ
CNBC
Jul 12, 2014 6:00am EDT
, really? >> not you, george. we will tell you which activists some trade irs say it could be. it's on the chart of a major melt june. >>> what is it and how can you profit? we'll reveal the action starts now. >> it does, indeed, live from the nasdaq market. i'm in for melissa lee. these are the traders in time's square. on a rocky week for market, a new concern is propping up, that being companies from wal-mart and rent-a-cent. how big of a problem does this pose for the rally. let's get in the money and find out. lumber liquidators, tractor supply, container store, wal-mart. what's the problem here senior. >> this has been going on for over a year. we had a lot of situations? consumer and retail a. lot of investors have them at one off. you talked about you you threw out all those names, it's the good the bad, the uglilet we had costco at june sales slightly better than expected. that was the good the bad, we had family dollar missing and guiding down. then we have the ugly. the ugly was really ugly. container store twoun down 26% on the week. so at a certain point, they're less than one
CNBC
Aug 16, 2013 5:30pm EDT
move has just begun. first, hedge fund whales exiting the position. in the second quarter, george soros got out of position in the gold etf and paulson cut in half his massive stake in the gld, may sound like bad news but mean's ton of overhead supply no longer weighs on the market. second reason for the move higher, mandy, physical demand. gold purchases by chinese and indian consumers jumping 71% and 87% compared to last year a lot of the buyers appear to be bargain hunters. the technicians through the think the consumers could be right here, at least in the near term that bring us to the third reason. that's the speeds of this move. gold may have simply fall toon far too fast as bank of america, merrill lynch's mcneil curry point out to me own futures now, said "this trend has gotten way too stretched, like a rubber band and now, we are snapping back." so, how much higher can we go from here? well, according to curry, this move could take gold to 1450 in the near term that's almost another 100 bucks from here, man kim. >> thank you very much for that, jackie deangeles. i want t
CNBC
Nov 3, 2012 6:00am EDT
to acquire lucasfilm from its sole owner, george lucas. the centerpiece is "star wars", they have grossed $4 billion. analysts praised the deal its long-term prospects and disney's plans for another three "star wars" filming, next coming out in 2015, the same year bob iger says it will be accretive. lucas film generates $215 million from consumer products and disney is hoping to make that number much, much bigger. now, this deal comes the same week as disney is opening "wreck-it ralph" expected to gross north of $40 million at the u.s. box office this weekend. it's a disney animation movie but it's drawing the kind of rave reviews usually reserved for pixar films, not disney animation. following the strong performance of "tangled" last year, disney's animation under the leadership of john lassiter is firmly on track. >> a potential upbeat story at the mouse house. how do the charts look going into earnings. to carter of oppenheimer. he nailed the direction of disney in the last three earnings reports so where is it going. >> i have two charts we can zero in on. the first is a dail
CNBC
Jan 18, 2013 5:00pm EST
global economic story. we'll bring you interviews with business titans like george soros and michael corbat and bill gates and jamie dimon, a big week coming up. i will see you from davos next week. before we go tonight, the dow and s&p 500 closing at new five-year highs. in the last few minutes of trading we saw a nice boost to this market, money coming into the market throughout the session. at the end of the day things picked up speed and as you can see the dow ended up 53 points, 13,649. nasdaq was negative but came off the lows of the day by the close and the s&p 500 up about 5 points. have a great weekend and long weekend at that. thanks for watching. i hope you'll follow me on twitter and google plus "options actions" begins right now. >> this is "options action." tonight, take a bite. apple shares have been rotten but can earnings right the stock? he's got a trade that can make seven times your money in one week. he'll show you how. >>> hang up on nokia, shares of the cell phone maker have been on fire. a flashing warning sign. we'll tell you what it is and how you can make m
CNBC
May 23, 2015 6:00am EDT
, george found helpful information and resources at aarphealth.com this makes him feel unstoppable. well, almost unstoppable. discover real possibilities at aarphealth.com today and tomorrow take on the world. ahh... steve, other than making me move stuff, ces. what are you working on? let me show you. okay. our thinkorswim trading platform aggregates all the options data you need in one place that lets you visualize that information for any options series. okay, cool. hang on a second. you can even see the anticipated range of a stock expecting earnings. impressive... what's up, tim? for all the confidence you need. td ameritrade. you got this. >>> let's take >>> let's take a tweet. the tweet is i have june 113 home depot call. should i hang in there or pull the plug? you had a trade on hd. >> yes. we wish we had "options action" every day. the time was when stock ripped to 116. make that longer and push that further out and maybe go for call spread. >> if you can push the time out, the pattern is intact. we think it goes higher. >> hd or lowe's? >> i would go hd. hang in there, p
CNBC
Dec 11, 2016 6:00am EST
george w. bush. now gary cohn. and when you look broadly across the administration, you've got gary cohn at the nec, steven mnuchin, goldman alum, as treasury secretary, and steve bannon, also goldman alum, as the chief white house strategist. now, there's one cabinet post that has not been filled. there's still a lot of mystery around it. and that is secretary of state, rudy giuliani is now out of the running. donald trump put out a statement this afternoon saying that he respected rudy giuliani's decision to stay in the private sector. he would have made a good cabinet secretary. he said he would call on him for advice as appropriate. but that's got to be a big disappointment for rudy giuliani, who put in so much work as a surrogate for donald trump in the campaign. just like chris christie, who did the same, rudy giuliani is finding he is not getting the job that he wanted in this administration, guys. >> all right. john, thank. john harwood in d.c. for us. >>> well, the trump rally has given goldman sachs a more than 30% boost since the election alone, but the chart master over
CNBC
Jun 22, 2013 6:00am EDT
the $150 tickets george lucas predicted when i interviewed him last week, but it is key experimentation to help the studios grow profits. >> and how is the summer box office shaping up? >> so far, it's been very strong. so far the summer is up 12% over last year, and with these gains so far, it looks like the total year will end up over last year. >> all right. julia, thank you so much for your time. julia boorstin out in l.a. >>> now, media stocks, of course, have been one of the hottest trades this year, but there are signs that there could be some trouble here. let's call to the charts and find out why, with the man who was actually, probably didn't know this, runner-up to brad pitt for people's sexiest man of the year all the way back in the year 2000. now, of course, congratulations to carter, but carter, what do you see in the charts? >> sure, thank you. so i have three charts, the first is a comparative chart, just what you said, melissa. here is a picture, five years, of the s&p in green, but four major media stocks. time warner, disney, comcast, viacom. these ha
CNBC
Oct 24, 2015 6:00am EDT
, george found helpful information and resources at aarphealth.com this makes him feel unstoppable. well, almost unstoppable. discover real possibilities at aarphealth.com today and tomorrow take on the world. ahh... steve, other than making me move stuff, ces. what are you working on? let me show you. okay. our thinkorswim trading platform aggregates all the options data you need in one place that lets you visualize that information for any options series. okay, cool. hang on a second. you can even see the anticipated range of a stock expecting earnings. impressive... what's up, tim? for all the confidence you need. td ameritrade. you got this. >>> time for total recall where we look back at some of the open trades around the desk. >>> time for total recall where we look back at some of the open trades around the desk. lack week kuo and carter made a bullish bet on microsoft ahead of earnings. >> we have a big range and a nice setup and we are toying with the tops and it is a heads you win, heads you win type of thing. >> i'm looking at the calls that expire next week, january call spre
CNBC
Jun 23, 2012 6:00am EDT
again. is it out fishing on lake george. he still took time to send us a card to tell us how to play the trade. greetings from lake george. while i'm not a fan of the company, its future products it was a low risk way to recoup some of the losses. the now the stock rallied about 15% and is at the midpoint of the ratio spread. if i were along the stock with no intent to sell i would leave it on. it found its footing. back to the lake. hugs and kisses, dan. >> you definitely need to let this thing go. you didn't want to buy more stock. you wanted to ratchet up to the short strike. leave the trade on. there's no doubt about it. especially ratio spreads to maximize value. >> you're going to bleed in a lot more money the next couple of months if it stays between 30 and 34. >> do you believe the facebook story now? no. i don't think he does either. any news we get for facebook is bad. >> there was a whole big thing about the advertisers dumping on facebook. this past week, coca-cola and ford, two big names standing by their guy, if you will. >> thursday it was the only name on my screen in the
CNBC
Jun 22, 2012 5:00pm EDT
postcard to tell us how to play the trade now and dan says the following. greetings from lake george. while i'm not a fan of the company or the stock, this trade structure was a low risk way to try to recoop some of those lozs. it is at the midpoint of the ratio spread. if i were long the stock with no intent to sell, i would leave it on. the stock for now has found its footing back to the lack. hugs and kisses, dan. >> you definitely need to let this thing go. you didn't want to buy more stock. you definitely want to leave that trade on. it takes a while to maximize their value. >> you're going bleed in a lot more money. >> do you believe the facebook story at this point? >> no. and i don't think he does either. every bit of new news we get from facebook is bad. >> there was a whole big thing about the advertisers. this past week you had coca-cola and ford. two big names sta s standing by guy. >> everything else got killed and facebook was up. i think you have got be more careful. the goal was to get out of facebook. now you have made a bunch of your money back. >> i don't get it. >
CNBC
Jun 27, 2015 6:00am EDT
that. for all the confidence you need. td ameritrade. you got this. george johnson can not fly. he can not see through doors. his speed, anything but superhuman. but when it comes to health care options, george found helpful information and resources at aarphealth.com this makes him feel unstoppable. well, almost unstoppable. discover real possibilities at aarphealth.com today and tomorrow take on the world. ahh... steve, other than making me move stuff, ces. what are you working on? let me show you. okay. our thinkorswim trading platform aggregates all the options data you need in one place that lets you visualize that information for any options series. okay, cool. hang on a second. you can even see the anticipated range of a stock expecting earnings. impressive... what's up, tim? for all the confidence you need. td ameritrade. you got this. ♪ what if we finally had a backyard? at'd be amazing. ♪ hey, what if we took down this wall? ♪ what if this was my art studio? what if we were pre-approved? ♪ shut up. from finding, to financing. how'd you do that? zillow. >>> a scary
CNBC
Oct 24, 2014 5:30pm EDT
action. check out our website. rumor has it george clooney reading it in his free time. be like george and check it out. here's what's coming up next. >>> what do these two people have in common? >> those people have never been in my kitchen. >> not only that but some traders think their stocks are way overvalued. and we'll tell you how to play it. >>> plus -- ♪ have you driven a ford >> wow, that was cheesy, but traders were still piling into ford calls today. we'll tell you how high they see the automaker going. >>> something's not right and if goes lower we're in the bear camp down. >> we can actually see not only is that happening. >> this is the triangle of death right here. it could be lights out. you could see 250 something like we saw in netflix. >> as you can see the options action gang has been very bearish on amazon. they were proven right now as shares plunged 8% off of earnings. between amazon today and netflix's plunge in earnings are we witnessing the death of the cult stock? such a hot question came over here to the plasma with dan. what do you think? >> a lot
CNBC
Jul 13, 2014 6:00am EDT
, george. we'll tell you which activist some options traders think it could be. >>> and it's the stock chart that might be on the cusp of a major meltdown. what is it? and how can you profit? we'll reveal. the action starts now. it does indeed, live from the nasdaq market site, i'm in tonight for melissa lee. these are the traders here in times square. and on a rocky week for markets, a new concern is starting to crop up. that being the u.s. consumer. companies from walmart to rent a center and many others starting to warn about consumer spending. how big a problem does this pose for the rally? let's get in the money and find out. i could go down the list. lumber liquidators, tractor supply, container store, walmart u.s. you could throw five more at the board. what's the problem here? >> well, i think this has been going on now over a year. we've had a lot of situations in consumer and retail where a lot of investors have explained them as one-off situations. company-specific. but at some point you have to think about it as a trend. you talked about, threw out names. this week, l
CNBC
Oct 10, 2015 6:00am EDT
, anything but superhuman. but when it comes to health care options, george found helpful information and resources at aarphealth.com this makes him feel unstoppable. well, almost unstoppable. discover real possibilities at aarphealth.com today and tomorrow take on the world. ahh... steve, other than making me move stuff, ces. what are you working on? let me show you. okay. our thinkorswim trading platform aggregates all the options data you need in one place that lets you visualize that information for any options series. okay, cool. hang on a second. you can even see the anticipated range of a stock expecting earnings. impressive... what's up, tim? for all the confidence you need. td ameritrade. you got this. >>> time now for >>> time now for "the final call," last word from the options pits. you know how this works, guy, right? >> i do. it's an honor to sit in carter's chair and also an honor to back up what they said about gold. gdx is going higher. >> mike khouw. >> i still like gdx, but i like dan nathan's override on twitter shares, if you own them. >> dan? >> i'm looking out to ne
CNBC
Oct 17, 2015 6:00am EDT
it comes to health care options, george found helpful information and resources at aarphealth.com this makes him feel unstoppable. well, almost unstoppable. discover real possibilities at aarphealth.com today and tomorrow take on the world. >>> time >>> time now for total recall where we take a look back on some of our existing trades. last week dan thought the run in exxon was getting a little overextended. take a listen. >> it is in a massive down trend here, it just rallied back to that down trend. i think you have a good opportunity in the near term for a trade on the short side. i looked out to the november expiration when the stock was 79.5, i bought the november 77.5, 70 put spread. >> but exxon shares rallied 3% despite a sell off in oil. >> i was talk being a down trend, it just broke that down trend. it got a lot of momentum, i think it probably sees it's 200 day moving average just about 83 in the coming days. sometimes you just long premium i'm going to have to cut my losses at probably 50% of the trade, that's going to happen early next week, i do not want to see this
CNBC
Jun 21, 2015 6:00am EDT
, george found helpful information and resources at aarphealth.com this makes him feel unstoppable. well, almost unstoppable. discover real possibilities at aarphealth.com today and tomorrow take on the world. ahh... steve, other than making me move stuff, ces. what are you working on? let me show you. okay. our thinkorswim trading platform aggregates all the options data you need in one place that lets you visualize that information for any options series. okay, cool. hang on a second. you can even see the anticipated range of a stock expecting earnings. impressive... what's up, tim? for all the confidence you need. td ameritrade. you got this. >>> all right, it turns out options traders have been making a killing on deal chatter. mike, how are they doing it? >> you know, interesting. we've seen several deals this year. i'm just going to use two examples. the first one i'm going to look at, a deal basically the news hit the wire back in march. we saw on march 27th, on that day a whole lot of options trading, people bought thousands of the april 36 and 37 calls, they spent less than $200
CNBC
Aug 2, 2013 5:30pm EDT
over, carl and george. because mike made 30% in her ball life in just one week and now, he has a way to make even more. the action begins right now. i'm melissa lee. these are the traders here on the desk. forgive yourself if you feel like it's 1999, but internet stocks are on fire. just check out this week's names like yelp, lipgedin, facebook. is this a sign the rally is just heating up? dan, good, bad or ugh will? >> they have been be working, they're u up fabulously. it's web 1.0 versus 2.0. because what's not working is ebay. to me, it's all these names that you want to consider. i think of them as like tab stocks. they should be a tab on a broader internet service. when you think about pandora and zillow and some of these other things. they have small floats and i think people are reaching for things that can perform and push these things around and it's working. >> one of the things that's also in common, at the time we had the last internet bubble, all stocks were frothy. including names like the staples stocks. the only thing i think is a good sign in this is that you se
CNBC
Oct 11, 2015 6:00am EDT
through doors. his speed, anything but superhuman. but when it comes to health care options, george found helpful information and resources at aarphealth.com this makes him feel unstoppable. well, almost unstoppable. discover real possibilities at aarphealth.com today and tomorrow take on the world. >>> time >>> time for the upside call. we take a look back at winning calls. last week there was a bullest bet on gold and the mineers. >> this downtrend line daily, move to around 17. we take a shot here. >> what you need to do, use a spread. the 14.5, 17 call spread you can spend 75 cents for that. >> you may already noticed that carter is not on the desk. instead we have a poor man substitute for carter. but carter did send a postcard in the postcard he writes, hey team, elected to take an early jump on columbus day weekend. remember the old proverb, oh, gold i still prefer thee unto paper, which makes bank credit like a bark of vapor. >> it looks like carter still likes the trade, i guess. >> you don't give up on the bullish bet on gold. we had a very sharp move, it's getting closer
CNBC
Jun 20, 2015 6:00am EDT
. his speed, anything but superhuman. but when it comes to health care options, george found helpful information and resources at aarphealth.com this makes him feel unstoppable. well, almost unstoppable. discover real possibilities at aarphealth.com today and tomorrow take on the world. >>> all right. turns out options traders have been making a killing on deal chatter. mike, how are they doing it? >> you know, interesting. we've seen several deals this year. i'm going to use two examples. the first one i'll look at, a deal basically the news hit the wire back in march. we saw on march 27th, on that day a whole lot of options trading, people bought thousands of the april 36 and 37 calls, they spent less than $200,000 to do that by the end of the day over $4 million what they were worth. interesting about that, when did that trade? actually -- right here. in fact, the news came out, and within one second, somebody digested it and actually bought the bulk of those options. so the entire profits were made within just minutes. let's look at another one more recently. yesterday in martha
CNBC
Oct 25, 2014 6:00am EDT
it george cloone yerks reads it. be like him. >> not only that, but traders think stocks are overvalued. how to play it. plus -- >>. ♪ have you driven a ford >> wow, that was cheesy, but traders were piling into ford today. we'll tell you just how high they see it going when "options action" returns. >>> something's not right, lower, bear camp here, breaks the downside. >> now, maybe, we can see not only has that happen, but it's been happening for a while. there's not a lot of confidence in the stock. >> this is the triangle of death. if you have a break here, it could be lights out. could see 250, something like we saw in netflix. >> as you can see, the "options action" game is bearish on amazon and proven right as shares plunged 8 % off earnings. here's a question tonight. between amazon today and netf x netflix's earninplunge on herea dan, what do you think? >> money from the sorts of names is healthy for the market because it's going to better stories, you know, than something people have just totally disregarded the valuation the whole way up. let's see what's gone on
CNBC
Jan 15, 2017 6:00am EST
pure gold. if i knew you better, i'd just give you a real big kiss. -i'm george. -i'm alice. (laughter) (upbeat swinging music) ♪
CNBC
May 16, 2015 6:00am EDT
, george found helpful information and resources at aarphealth.com this makes him feel unstoppable. well, almost unstoppable. discover real possibilities at aarphealth.com today and tomorrow take on the world. here at td ameritrade, they work wow, that was random. random? no it's all about understanding patterns like the mail guy at 3:12 every day or jerry, getting dumped every third tuesday. this happens every third tuesday. we have pattern recognition technology on any chart, plus over 300 customizable studies to help you anticipate potential price movement. there's no way to predict that. for all the confidence you need. td ameritrade. you got this. every day, small businesses are using constant contact email to grow their business. ♪ they're getting customers coming back... spreading the word... and getting new customers through the door. see how constant contact email, and our free, award-winning coaches, can help your business do more business. start your free trial at constant contact dot com. >>> >>> it's one of life's greatest mysteries -- time. when did it start. when w
CNBC
May 17, 2015 6:00am EDT
care options, george found helpful information and resources at aarphealth.com this makes him feel unstoppable. well, almost unstoppable. discover real possibilities at aarphealth.com today and tomorrow take on the world. >>> it's one of life's greatest >>> it's one of life's greatest mysteries -- time. why did it start? when will it end and how does it affect the prices of put and call options? >> that's for real. >> that was mike explaining how time impacts options prices in an "options action" tutorial. mike you have a strategy that puts time on your side. >> it's time to explain it. here are three things to take a look at. first of all if you are going to sell a put to try to collect premium, expiration. we want to look for short dated options. that means less than about 90 days. strike. now, remember, this is where you could be compelled to purchase the stock if it drifts through the strike. you want to look for an attractive entry point, usually lower than where the stock is currently trading. premium. if it's a one-month option, i'm looking for 1% a month. that works out to
CNBC
Jun 7, 2015 6:00am EDT
health care options, george found helpful information and resources at aarphealth.com this makes him feel unstoppable. well, almost unstoppable. discover real possibilities at aarphealth.com today and tomorrow take on the world. ahh... steve, other than making me move stuff, ces. what are you working on? let me show you. okay. our thinkorswim trading platform aggregates all the options data you need in one place that lets you visualize that information for any options series. okay, cool. hang on a second. you can even see the anticipated range of a stock expecting earnings. impressive... what's up, tim? for all the confidence you need. td ameritrade. you got this. >> >>> question, how do you make almost 20% in a week? you listen to cullen carson's trade on gilead and here's why. >> on "options action" it's how we trade like mad scientists so we can make more. that's what co and carter did on gilead. carter thought biotech stocks had more room to break out. ♪ want a new drug >> so the play for a biotech bounce, mike looked towards gilead. 100 stocks would cost more than 10 grabbed.
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