Options Trade Update
The Put entry on Chevron CVX, was admittedly, late to the party.
From a trading and strategy perspective, when CVX, announced its ‘buy-back‘ program, that was the appropriate time to go short (not advice, not a recommendation).
With that in mind, the Put option detailed in the above link was closed towards the end of yesterday’s session.
Chevron could still collapse from here and that may ultimately be the outcome.
However, before that happens, as shown below, the more probable event is to come back up for a test of underside resistance.
Chevron CVX, 4-Hour
Note how thrust energy (blue arrow) to the downside is dissipating.
The chart below shows a potential outcome, if (and it’s a big if) CVX, is still in a significant reversal.
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‘There are many ways to make money in the markets … and even more ways to lose it’.
It’s about 20-minutes before the open. Let’s see what happens next.
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