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Liz here with a quick trade update from CJ! Here’s the deal with your BKR puts – and what to do next.
Position: BKR July 15 2022 $30 Put
Current Return: 36% on first half of position, 15% on remaining half
Baker Hughes shares dipped below their 200-day moving average on Thursday and Friday of last week as the energy sector saw continued selling pressure. Shares have avoided an oversold reading from the RSI I watch but are seeing some effect of the market’s “dead cat bounce” buying. The bounce has resulted in BKR shares moving back above their 200-day moving average, but they remain in danger of another round of selling.
Note that Monday’s buying volume has been extremely light, indicating that confidence in the stock remaining above this key trendline is thin. Historically, these light volume bounces tend to reverse aggressively.
A move back below the 200-day moving average will target the $28 and $26 levels with the possibility of that happening over the next two weeks. $28 would represent a near 100% gain on the second half while $26 more than a double on the position.
June 27 2022