1:35 p.m. New York time
I’ve updated my thought experiment on hedged earnings plays with a day-after observation. See Thought Experiment: An IBM earnings play.
10:05 a.m. New York time
I exited my managed shares positions XLE and XLV after each received a sell signal. I had only one buy signal that I could reasonably use to fill a slot: EWM, which I entered for $28.55 a share.
XLE produced a 0.6% loss over two days, or a -115% annual rate. The price change was down 39 cents.
XLV produced a 1.1% loss over four days for a -103% annual rate, a decline of $1.04.
Here’s the lineup:
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By Tim Bovee, Portland, Oregon, August 2, 2019
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