AVERAGE EARNINGS MOVE | LAST MOVE | IMPLIED MOVE FROM ATM OPTIONS PRICING
2022-11-07 $ATVI | Activision Blizzard Inc: 5.9% | 0.96% | 4.2% $TTWO | TakeTwo Interactive Software Inc: 7.56% | 4.23% | 5.86% $PLTR | Palantir Technologies Inc: 14.68% | 13.37% | 14.21% $SWAV | ShockWave Medical Inc: 11.99% | 23.75% | 14.73% $BEKE | KE Holdings Inc: 14.18% | 21.04% | 16.0% $LU | Lufax Holding Ltd: 9.41% | 6.67% | 36.25% $FIVN | Five9 Inc: 11.33% | 13.61% | 14.38% $FANG | Diamondback Energy Inc: 5.38% | 5.28% | 7.61% $FNV | Franco Nevada Corp: 4.27% | 4.11% | 6.26% $NRG | NRG Energy Inc: 6.55% | 7.6% | 7.21% $DOOO | BRP Inc: 8.84% | 12.71% | 20.66% $BLDP | Ballard Power Systems Inc: 9.29% | 10.06% | 16.86% $BEAM | Beam Therapeutics Inc: 10.0% | 15.02% | 18.07% $PACB | Pacific Biosciences of California Inc: 14.33% | 19.51% | 21.18% $RBA | Ritchie Brothers Auctioneers Inc: 8.35% | 8.84% | 11.26% $ASH | Ashland Global Holdings Inc: 4.69% | 4.51% | 9.26% $LNT | Alliant Energy Corporation: 2.19% | 2.65% | 6.39% $AMG | Affiliated Managers Group Inc: 5.97% | 3.64% | 9.59% $TDC | Teradata Corporation: 12.19% | 7.55% | 16.38%
2022-11-08 $MASI | Masimo Corporation: 7.54% | 8.65% | 9.13% $LCID | : 12.94% | 8.54% | 12.24% $PRGO | Perrigo Company Plc Ireland: 8.86% | 5.74% | 8.24% $NVTA | Invitae Corporation: 22.1% | 305.41% | 25.32% $DIS | Walt Disney Co: 3.66% | 6.75% | 7.38% $COTY | Coty Inc: 13.58% | 8.43% | 10.09% $ELAN | Elanco Animal Health Incorporated: 7.21% | 7.82% | 9.91% $OXY | Occidental Petroleum Corporation: 6.05% | 5.38% | 6.0% $BSY | Bentley Systems Inc: 7.49% | 1.5% | 23.33% $BLDR | Builders First Source Inc: 9.1% | 9.03% | 10.2% $AFRM | Affirm Holdings Inc: 20.13% | 9.93% | 22.63% $AMC | AMC Entertainment Holdings Inc: 12.14% | 20.95% | 15.48% $AXON | Axon Enterprise Inc: 12.7% | 16.63% | 10.18% $ABCL | AbCellera Biologics Inc: 14.75% | 26.52% | 15.99% $NCLH | Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd: 7.81% | 17.2% | 9.45%
2022-11-09 $WISH | ContextLogic Inc: 12.65% | 1.2% | 29.85% $DHI | D R Horton Inc: 5.9% | 4.64% | 6.65% $APPS | Digital Turbine Inc: 15.1% | 14.33% | 15.59% $TTD | The Trade Desk Inc: 18.28% | 34.73% | 17.52% $FICO | Fair Isaac Inc: 6.41% | 5.73% | 7.36% $CPNG | Coupang Inc: 14.14% | 3.51% | 12.08% $RBLX | Roblox Corporation: 17.48% | 4.32% | 15.53% $MIDD | Middleby Corp: 8.8% | 4.82% | 9.57% $BMBL | Bumble Inc: 19.11% | 3.1% | 17.73% $KGC | Kinross Gold Corporation: 7.13% | 5.19% | 8.18% $RIVN | : 18.71% | 8.65% | 12.81% $BYND | Beyond Meat Inc: 15.23% | 27.4% | 19.47% $PFGC | Performance Food Group Company: 6.78% | 5.94% | 6.25% $CPRI | Capri Holdings Limited: 11.64% | 8.27% | 9.11% $U | Unity Software Inc: 14.34% | 14.14% | 15.75% $CGC | Canopy Growth Corporation: 10.72% | 18.84% | 16.1% $WEN | Wendys Company: 5.79% | 7.34% | 6.17% $TRP | TC Energy Corporation: 2.6% | 3.45% | 5.3% $MFC | Manulife Financial Corporation: 4.52% | 4.38% | 5.41% $RDFN | Redfin Corporation: 10.3% | 14.16% | 20.65%
2022-11-10 $NIO | : 16.29% | 7.51% | 12.95% $AZN | : 3.54% | 2.63% | 2.85% $MT | Arcelor Mittal New: 5.09% | 3.78% | 5.97% $WRK | WestRock Company: 5.07% | 3.36% | 8.63% $DUOL | : 15.57% | 2.12% | 18.32% $USFD | US Foods Holding Corporation: 6.11% | 3.75% | 11.01% $RL | Ralph Lauren Corporation: 8.3% | 9.8% | 7.72% $BAM | Brookfield Asset Management Inc: 4.47% | 1.79% | 6.29% $BDX | Becton Dickinson and Company: 4.34% | 4.06% | 4.62% $EDR | Endeavor Group Holdings Inc: 6.48% | 5.07% | 15.66%
2022-11-11 $RGLD | Royal Gold Inc: 4.9% | 2.26% | 6.52% $AQN | Algonquin Power: 2.92% | 0.96% | 11.02%
One of the good things about this coty is relative to a lot of places in the US there aren't too many fatties
An obvious choice would be something like a subaru forrester or impreza as well. Volvos can be found for great prices with awd and their safety record is stellar. Also Lexus and Infinity can be found for awesome prices and then you are getting honda/toyota with added luxury and performance. For example a lexus LS 460 awd with 128k miles is currently 12k in my area which is a High cost of living coty with a very high demand for awd vehicles.
I'll add for the power washer you want higher GPM ( gallon per minute) than ultra high PSI. High PSI will destroy substrates.
Look into soft washing with a 12v pump. Learn the correct chemicals to use, how to handle them, how to dilute them. High pressure can and will destroy substrates; chemicals can as well but pros let chemicals do the bulk of the work. Find a reliable source of sodium hypochlorite (bleach) that's 10-12%. Don't overbuy bleach as it does degrade overtime. Learn to dilute bleach to 1-5%. 5% for heavy growth and typically used on roofs. 1-2% for house washes.
Source: I run an exterior cleaning business as a side gig.
Spend some money on door hangers/business cards/flyers. Go tour a neighborhood looking for dirty homes, knock on door, explain your services and offer to doca test area to show how dirty the home us. Many I come across don't pay attention and don't realize the dirt until it is pointed out.
I have better clients with mid level income homes. Ultra rich are hit and miss, take forever to pay and want to haggle pricing.
Go watch h forever self employed on YT/IG. I have also learned alot from his videos. Also southeast South wash on YT as well. Coty and Justin are good guys and share all their knowledge of the industry.
Hardy can you talk about Coty short
Trying my hand with COTY & NCLH puts
Tickers of Interest
Gamma Max Cross
- COTY 10/21 8P for $0.35 or less
- GIS 10/21 77.5P for $1.20 or less
- CEIX 10/21 60P for $2.65 or less
- LABD 10/21 25.5P for $3.40 or less
- NOC 10/21 492.5P for $12.95 or less
Delta Neutral Cross
- NFLX 10/21 235P for $16.55 or less
- NCLH 10/21 14.5P for $0.55 or less
- MS 10/21 86P for $2.70 or less
- XOP 10/21 131P for $5.10 or less
- MRK 10/21 85C for $1.90 or less
Technical analysis and indicator based trading tend to use past price performance in order to predict important price levels today.
This analysis is based on the current option open interest. With that option open interest, it calculates portfolio-level greeks--notably Delta and Gamma. More importantly, once the portfolio level greeks are established, I can now simulate the change in greeks at different price points. From there, I can find the price levels where portfolio-level gamma is the highest, and the portfolio-level delta is close to 0.
For some tickers, the underlying price reacts strongly off of delta neutral, gamma max, and sometimes both.
It's the reaction off of these price levels in the past that is being used to drive trading signals.
The plays and target entry prices given are calculated using a binomial option pricing model that reflect the expected size and duration of the reaction from gamma max or delta neutral. A lot of these plays are profitable by underlying moves in stock. The best plays benefit from the directional move as well as the increase in IV.
- If the price has moved past the entry price, exercise caution. Someone knows something that I don't know.
- Look to sell half your position on a double, and freeroll the rest to exit at your discretion.
- I tend to risk up to 1% of my total capital on any trades I take. If my conviction is lower, I'll only allocate 0.5% or even 0.25% of my capital to the trade, and dollar cost average in.
- The trades were calculated before market open, and so are based on information up to yesterday. Keep that in mind when deciding to enter well after the fact.
- These plays are mostly puts. Are you a gay bear?
- No. It so happens that the companies have had some recent run-up which implies they are overextended. These trades are primarily some form of mean-reversion either toward or away from an important price level.
- Are you entering all these plays?
- No. There have been a dearth of plays in the WSB morning talks, and so I opened up my bag of tools slightly wider to point out more plays with a probable edge to help lead apes to more gain porn. Go through this curated list of plays, pick the ones you like based on whatever additional analysis you use, and get that gain porn.
I like it when YouTubers get desperate and start do specialize there girlfriends .....calls on coty
Okay, since I often place these types of trades and actively follow ULTA (and the various sectors it falls under), a few thoughts:
- When playing these 1DTE trades, always buy right before the close. Why?
Because if the stock you think is going to tank tomorrow is up today (as is ULTA), the price you paid this morning for that $385p is already down (- 35%), and you're farther away from where you need ULTA at tomorrow. (That being, under $385.)
Granted, I don't know when you bought (let's say this morning), but if you'd waited until near today's close you (theoretically) would have:
a) paid less money for the same number of options at the same strike;
b) spent the same amount of money at the same strike but received more options;
c) spent the same amount of money and bought the same amount of options but at a higher strike.
So best to always buy 1DTE right before the close, because then you're going into tomorrow with no mysteries. (Other than where ULTA opens tomorrow, of course.)
- Now, at what strike price do you buy?
Well, if ULTA disappoints and the stock tanks, the question is how far will it fall?
ULTA is right now trading at $419.35.
So a 10% drop gets ULTA to (and I'm rounding here): $380.
Well, if you're in the $385p, and you bought earlier today, you probably paid around... $3.00?
So you might make a little money if ULTA hits $380, but it had better happen near the open because, if not, you'll be lucky to get out at even.
A 15% drop, to $355?
This is money if you bought at $385. But if you're shooting for a 15% drop, for the same amount of money you spent on the $385p you're going to get a lot more options buying the $370p.
Yes, there's greater risk. (For example, ULTA only drops to $375, in which case you lose all your $370p money and miss out on the money you would have made had you bought the $385p.)
But... if ULTA does drop 15% to $355, you're going to make a lot more money having bought more at the $370p than less at $385p.
And the same goes for a 20% drop, a 25% drop; etc.
So, you need to put some thought into what you expect the percentage drop will be if ULTA disappoints.
- Now what do we know about the sector ULTA falls under; that being, retail beauty?
Well, retail has been hit hard. But niche markets like ULTA are a different retail animal; and especially the women's beauty sector. Because the economy is going to have to go really bad before women stop buying make-up and skin care products.
Is the economy really bad right now? Answer: No.
Moreover, once a woman finds a skin care product and/or make-up they like, they tend to stick with these products. And the same goes for a particular retailer.
ULTA falls under the retail beauty sector. Well, so does COTY, which reported today. So how'd COTY do?
Answer: Better than expected.
So now the question: Is ULTA - a far better run company with a far better earnings history - going to fail where COTY succeed?
Sure, it's possible. And if ULTA does, it will be a surprise and the stock will likely take a hit.
But is it likely that ULTA fails where COTY just succeed? In my opinion, no.
Seeing as you (and others here) bought puts today, though, I hope I'm wrong, ULTA tanks on bad earnings news, and everyone goes into the weekend happy.
Wouldn’t it make sense to go after stable companies that are extremely undervalued with a better prospect? In case the squeeze fails or things go wrong? I mean over all $COTY has that. Is more stable than $BBBY.
Funny we are all chasing companies with weak financials. But not overlooked companies with post pandemic possibilities like $COTY
COTY $7p for 9/2 or 8/26 big orders very bearish
Setting up for $COTY earnings tomorrow.
AVERAGE EARNINGS MOVE | LAST MOVE | IMPLIED MOVE FROM ATM OPTIONS PRICING
Palo Alto Networks Inc $PANW: 9.03% | 3.6% | 8.45%
Zoom Video Communications Inc $ZM: 16.18% | 2.06% | 14.1%
Nordson Corporation $NDSN: 5.98% | 1.79% | 6.87%
DENTSPLY SIRONA Inc $XRAY: 6.55% | 2.35% | 8.11%
Advance Auto Parts $AAP: 7.84% | 3.37% | 8.95%
Toll Brothers Inc $TOL: 6.75% | 9.82% | 9.55%
JM Smucker Company $SJM: 6.0% | 7.45% | 5.41%
KE Holdings Inc $BEKE: 14.4% | 23.66% | 19.04%
Macys Inc $M: 10.6% | 24.79% | 12.1%
Nordstrom Inc $JWN: 12.01% | 20.12% | 14.97%
Intuit Inc $INTU: 4.3% | 11.2% | 5.75%
Autodesk Inc $ADSK: 7.82% | 9.45% | 7.51%
Royal Bank of Canada $RY: 2.29% | 3.74% | 4.6%
NVIDIA Corporation $NVDA: 7.34% | 8.43% | 6.94%
NetApp Inc $NTAP: 7.36% | 4.87% | 7.69%
Splunk Inc $SPLK: 9.21% | 8.16% | 8.5%
Snowflake Inc $SNOW: 7.84% | 7.83% | 12.86%
Salesforce Com Inc $CRM: 5.98% | 15.73% | 7.72%
Toronto Dominion Bank $TD: 2.87% | 2.36% | 6.08%
Burlington Stores Inc $BURL: 9.6% | 10.59% | 12.02%
Ulta Beauty Inc $ULTA: 9.45% | 7.34% | 6.94%
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce $CM: 3.29% | 3.11% | 5.26%
Dollar General Corporation $DG: 7.42% | 9.5% | 5.24%
Coty Inc $COTY: 13.98% | 8.22% | 10.73%
Dell Technologies Inc $DELL: 6.16% | 18.58% | 9.12%
Elastic NV $ESTC: 12.43% | 12.78% | 15.91%
Gap Inc $GPS: 9.21% | 7.76% | 14.56%
Ubiquiti Inc $UI: 12.63% | 16.45% | 12.15%
Im trying to scalp coty, need iv to start moving
I know the squeeze is the play but if you’re already in you might be getting in at the beginning of a turnaround. I am also curious to see if the Kardashians can do that with Coty, as that was the dusty boxes on the bottom shelf of the drugstore back in the 80s.
While we wait as the apparent work you put in on this impresses Kim Kardashian, Tyra Banks, Gisele Bündchen, Jennifer Lopez, François Coty, Estée Lauder enough to fire off a post here, I have a suggestion.
Eighth Grade Homework Powers ...ACTIVATE!
Does It Really Take $1.5M To Build A Beauty Brand? Many opinions from those who know. Not one from a Redditor ... how odd. Zero is not on the table for consideration as an option.
Well at least that explains why you posted here for a 'u go grrl.' But duly chastised by many previous Redditors' "Posting is so research ... so there!" I will return to find all of the high caliber practical advice so cherished by people who find swewch enjuns too hawd.
Remember when Burry claimed a market crash and World War 3 were imminent in 2017?
SPY is up over 100% since that prediction. Also, his #1 holding at the time, COTY, is down over 65% in the past five years.
Surely you would know the deserving COTY if Lucid only won because they paid MT, and you’d hopefully let me know.
I’m just asking you to name the car that got screwed by lucid and is more deserving of the COTY title. I understand your angle, but you don’t have a conclusion other than “lucid paid for it” with no proof.
Motortrend decided there was. They seem to know a thing or two about cars.
The Lucid COTY story comes on the back of one of their journalists driving a lucid from LA to SF (or vice versa) and being impressed by the car.
If you think they got paid for their COTY selection, you’d have to be able to choose a new car last year that you think is more deserving of the nomination.
DeLorean never won COTY on its first production year. Lucid is facing heavy supply problems, hence the low production numbers. Peter Rawlinson has stepped up and has moved to the site as to help bring the numbers up. The funny thing is, it’s not meant to be a high production car as only select few can afford one. They’ll start manufacturing in the Middle East soon.
Because being a bear is Lameo coty
Yah, by Uber execs like SVP of delivery Pierre-Dimitry Gore-coty
Adding Kering, Coty, Capri, and Estee Lauder to this list.
>KIM KARDASHIAN LAUNCHES SKKN BY KIM, A NEW LINE OF HIGH-PERFORMANCE SKINCARE IN PARTNERSHIP WITH COTY $COTY
^*Walter ^Bloomberg ^@DeItaone ^at ^2022-06-01 ^12:00:31 ^EDT-0400
Ive been waiting years for COTY to rip lol
I work in cosmetics, and it’s worth noting that Kylie Jenner cosmetics was purchased by Coty. She has plenty of other people working for her but they are employed by coty. Coty has an entire field sales team that represents all of the brands they own including Kylie.
I wouldn’t go that far. I ordered a lip liner kit and the liner wasn’t included in the package. It took two attempts through Coty to get a new kit. Each attempt was clearly through an email automated system that made me feel frustrated because it wasted so much time. Nothing efficient about their customer service and I won’t be ordering again.
They only just sold it to coty. Thus has been the case since day 1
It’s owned by Coty. Which provides all of the r&d, supply chain, marketing and other support functions.
For single tickers I like Snapchat, Coty and Pyrogenesis
Didn't know COTY CEO was a transgender. Crazy
my energizer and coty calls finna print
Earnings next week.
$DUK $SU $EXC $SPG $MCHP $BNTX $PLTR $PLUG $VTRS $SOFI $ATER $PTON $PROG $CLOV $CLVT $AMC $TREX $XPO $COTY $SONY $OXY $SYY $WELL $ALC $EC $EA $COIN $TTD $RBLX $U $FOX $WMG $DIS $RIVN $CPNG $DOX $BMBL $BAM $MSI $NIC $AFRM $WE $JOBY
2022-05-09 $DUK: Six Flags Entertainment Corporation: before open 4.04% $ZNGA: Six Flags Entertainment Corporation: before open 4.7% $SU: Six Flags Entertainment Corporation: after close 6.15% $SPG: Six Flags Entertainment Corporation: after close 7.04% $TSN: Six Flags Entertainment Corporation: before open 7.39% $OVV: Six Flags Entertainment Corporation: after close 11.15% $MAC: Six Flags Entertainment Corporation: before open 12.44% $PLUG: Six Flags Entertainment Corporation: after close 13.81% $KOS: Six Flags Entertainment Corporation: before open 14.63% $COTY: Six Flags Entertainment Corporation: before open 14.97% $NVAX: Six Flags Entertainment Corporation: after close 16.06% $DDD: Six Flags Entertainment Corporation: after close 17.24% $CARG: Six Flags Entertainment Corporation: after close 18.0% $PRTY: Six Flags Entertainment Corporation: before open 19.61% $RIDE: Six Flags Entertainment Corporation: before open 21.99% $ATER: Six Flags Entertainment Corporation: after close 21.99% $RMO: Six Flags Entertainment Corporation: after close 23.08% $SDC: Six Flags Entertainment Corporation: after close 25.28% $APRN: Six Flags Entertainment Corporation: before open 30.15% 2022-05-10 $NCLH: Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd: before open 7.0% $OXY: Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd: after close 8.98% $ELY: Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd: after close 9.04% $CRON: Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd: before open 9.46% $RKT: Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd: after close 12.35% $INO: Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd: after close 13.91% $AUPH: Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd: before open 17.22% $PROG: Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd: after close 22.73% $PTON: Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd: before open 23.63% $SENS: Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd: after close 27.78% $DBD: Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd: before open 28.86% 2022-05-11 $WEN: Wendys Company: before open 7.05% $DIS: Wendys Company: after close 7.76% $BABA: Wendys Company: before open 8.37% $UUUU: Wendys Company: before open 15.2% $BYND: Wendys Company: after close 17.19% $GOED: Wendys Company: before open 21.9% 2022-05-12 $SIX: Six Flags Entertainment Corporation: before open 11.52% $ACB: Six Flags Entertainment Corporation: after close 15.66% $KMPH: Six Flags Entertainment Corporation: after close 24.65%
Here are some implied moves for earnings next week with 944 companies set report:
(And the explanation on how I get the implied moves and how I use them : https://www.optionmillionaires.com/implied-moves-earnings-explanation/ )
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- Look up COTY
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- Stat regress the resulting moves.
- Look at the most stupidest analyst estimate in history of mankind for next earnings.
- Look at premiums for options.
One caveat, market needs to bounce as it follows SPY
Theres anywhere from 50% - 1200% potential on the weeklies.
Probably fairly priced at this point. The good thing for shareholders is it didn't really draw back during the market correction so Coty shareholders could sell to buy the market. Personally I don't own Coty anymore
Not important, just that they make cloud software. So are your convictions still the same for Coty, or have they changed?
I came across your posts when doing DD on Coty. I came across Coty because they pandered to our fortune 500 company by offering us free samples. The global economy is opened up and a LOT more people are going out -- to the clubs, to weddings, to music festivals, to work functions. Basically all places where they require you to smell and look nice. Are your convictions still the same about COTY? I feel like you are correct, just 1 year too early on calling COTY.
Snap, Coty, Pyr are some picks ive liked
Coty, PYR , Snap
Ill hold long term on some stocks but i don't know about owning one stock for life. Wheres the fun in that? Lol
I do however only hold between 3-5 stocks at all times in my portfolio. Its good to diversify but you don't want to over-diversify
Absolutely. Here they are:
- FOUR (246%)
- CWAN (6%)
- PCT (16%)
- DOCU (92%)
- WULF (1%)
- HGEN (10%)
- INVE (9%)
- COTY (3%)
- INBK (12%)
- SOFI (5%)
NVDIA, AMD, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, United Airlines, Coty... Basically after I put money into my 403b and pay my bills every month, I save the rest. Then, when I've saved more than what my emergency fund should be, I withdraw a chunk and buy stock. I sold a bunch right before this most recent dip (sold EA, Wells Fargo, AMC, Intel, and Activision).
I honestly don't really know what I'm doing, but I've done okay so far. My husband doesn't really care what I spend my money on so this is what I've been doing for fun.
ULTA looks good, I’m also very bullish COTY because so many of their products are inexpensive.
When COTY paid Kylie Jenner the big bucks for her brand they were doing it in part for the proven sales and in part for the intangible value of Kylie Jenner’s name in cosmetics, and it’s ability to drive future revenue.
When the dust settled and COTY lost almost 75% of it’s value it was in part because they grossly overpaid for that goodwill, and thus a write-down of the goodwill occurred. The materialized value of the intangible asset has proved less than projected.
CAN, UAMY, COTY, and SOLO. it's in OP's linked documents
coty calls made up for pfe/bp losses on this trio. thanks kylie.
COST and F are killing it right now! I still regret buying calls on F before earnings, but I did buy 1000 shares after and will now be holding! COTY ended up paying off, now I'm wondering whether I should sell this RBLX call... 2/18 63C up 45% since purchase
thank you COTY for printing
Damn coty i already came
Damn coty i already came
Selling COTY position tomorrow. Probably heading in to PYPL unless something else catches my eye
Told yall retards about coty but ya wouldt listen
Told ya about coty
Watch COTY fly at the open. Crushed EPS, narrowly missed revenue, and raised guidance.
Fuck it calls on COTY whatever that is
COTY beat EPS and raised guidance. Currently flat in PM 🤡
Fucking MM’s stay with the bs tactics.
COTY raised guidance and beat eps. Flat 🤡
COTY baybee might just offset my dumbass CHGG play
What coty do? Earnings today. I buy?
Some of you dont know shit about coty and it shows
$COTY been a popular short over the last couple years and they are going to get wrecked by earnings tommorow
Anyone playing COTY tomorrow?
Does anyone play coty tomorrow?
COTY, PFE, and BP calls bought w FB put tendies. we shall see
almost forgot to buy my positions before close:
+ BP 2/11 34C
+ CRSR 2/18 20C
+ COTY 2/11 9C
+ SPG 2/18 150C / - SPG 2/18 165C
+ KO 2/11 61C
+ TWTR 37C
Went long $COTY calls right at close
Play coty, bitches love beauty
Coty is the play for tomorrom.
Balls deep into coty. Girls love beauty.
These volume spikes on COTY though