Bullish Trade – DIS $132.75 – Consumer Discretionary
The S&P 500 (SPY) closed last week at a record of $306.14. The Federal Reserve Board’s interest rate cut, relatively strong earnings reports that beat expectations and renewed optimism about trade talks with China helped drive prices higher. SPY’s resistance is $306.19 and support is the old resistance of $302.50.
DIS Trade Idea:
On CNBC’s weekly OptionsAction show Friday, Dan Nathan proposed a Disney (DIS) trade. DIS’s OptionsPlay Technical Score is a neutral 5. Resistance is about $137 and support is about $127.54. Nathan noted that the new Disney+ streaming service will get instant distribution to many Verizon (VZ) subscribers. Disney could breakout higher, especially if the market continues its bullish move.
As a stop loss on this trade, we close trades and take losses when the price of a debit trade falls about 50% from what we paid for it. TIP: Adjust the Target Price and possible closing dates on the Trade Panel below to get a feel for the trade. Subscribers, click on the image or a View DIS Trade link to get to the live panel on OptionsPlay.com.
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