On the Swing Side

Still hearing about Twitter (TWTR)? Get used to it. Remember how long you heard about Facebook (FB) after its IPO? Well, actually, we are still hearing about FB on a consistent basis. I know there will be lots of thoughts floating about on TWTR and I shared some last week, but will reiterate them here that I believe this is just a scalp trade name right now.

Even swing trades will be tough this week, as I expect the stock will gap open each day. Options should start trading this Friday and the stock will become shortable this week for just about all trade. So, I expect after that point, we will start to see a few less gaps, but a little more trending and volatility on expiration Friday. I suspect weekly options will come quickly in this name....289 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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