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11.23.21. On a price/free cash flow rating, the six cheapest Cramer stocks are F (7.4 x FCF), ABBV (9.8), NUE (14), NLOK (15.2), CSCO (16.5), AVGO (17.9). AMZN is -801.5, WYNN -13.4, BA -13.3, WFC -5.5.
11.22.21. Jim Cramer%27s buying more shares of some of his recent losers: MA, MS, PYPL and a couple of his winners, JNJ. LLY and UPS, he has reported on CNBC.
11.14.21. Jim Cramer (Mad Money on CNBC) has 31 stocks in his Investment Club portfolio. He trades in and out of his charitable trust stocks frequently and issues commentary two or three times a day.
Beware, I am not a financial advisor. This is for educational purposes only. It is not advice. I have nothing to sell. I own and/or have options in ABBV, DIS, JNJ, MA, MS, PYPL, WMT.
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11.20.21. Added $SPX correlations below charts. This is a very diversified portfolio.
11.20.21. 14 Cramer SCTR 60+ strong buys: NVDA, AMD, F, COST, MSFT, AVGO, AAPL, LLY, CRM, GOOGL, NUE, EL, AMZN, UNP.
11.20.21. Here are 20 Cramer stocks with PnF percent bullish price objectives: AAPL ($178.94 objective), ABT ($175.22), AEO ($33.33), AMD ($122 met), AMZN ($3,835.90), AVGO ($754.61), COST ($683.05 breakout), CRM ($351.08), EL ($384), F ($19.21 met), FB ($386.90), GOOGL ($3,174.95), HON ($245.20), LLY ($269.15), MA ($428.53), MSFT ($470.93), NVDA ($409.44), UNP ($336.07), UPS ($297.80), WMT ($189.77).
11.20.21. Cramer Price/Free Cash Flow bargains: ABBV, F.
11.20.21. Cramer Price/FVE bargains: ABBV, CSCO, NLOK.
11.20.21. Cramer best discounts from Price/Analysts Mean Buy Targets: ABBV, HON, AMZN, FB, DD, CSCO, WMT, MA, BA, WYNN, AEO, DIS, PYPL.
11.25.21. NVDA $326.74, with a SCTR of 99.5, is the hottest momentum stock in the James Cramer portfolio. It is way above its 10-DMA support of $311. Stocks are listed according to their StockChartsTrendRating (SCTR). The Cramer portfolio has 17 (54.8%) of its stocks with "strong buy" SCTRs that are 60 and above.
11.14.21. NVDA $303.90. RSI is 78.01. Very over bought. Parabolic SAR has turned bearish while MACD, volume and CMF are starting to decline. Correction in progress? NVDA owners may want to consider selling out of the money covered calls. Late buyers may want to consider selling out of the money cash secured puts (CSP) at some point, depending on their trading styles and risk tolerance.
11.23.21. AMD $149.92, down from $161.88 high. Bullish MACD, CMF are weakening. SCTR at 99.4 shows momentum still is strong. Stock still is way above 50-DMA and 250-EMA. SAR is signally start of dip.
11.14.21. AMD $147.89. Overbought with RSI at 72.51. Momentum indicator, SCTR, is as high as it can go at 98.8. Mixed indicators: RSI, MACD, PMO, declining volume, shrinking Slow STO. Resistance $155.65. Support $134.61 (SAR) to $114.52 (50-DMA). Best trade may be Sell AMD 12.17.21 $130 puts for about 13% annualized RoR with about a nice 12% margin of safety (MOS).
11.26.21. F $19.80. Charts are mixed. Note that in a typical post-holiday abbreviated session CMF popped on a decline in volume. Will the S. African variant worsen the auto industry%27s supply chain problems?
11.14.21. F $19.50. The stock is correcting. Support in $13 to $19 area. Owners could sell $20 strike or higher covered calls. Bulls could sell cash secured puts at any of the possible support strikes, depending on their circumstances and expectations.
11.10.21. F $19.36. Bullish objective $17.53.
11.26.21. COST $549.29. Held up really well today, probably because it is doing a better job of managing its supply chain than most competitors.
11.23.21. COST $545.46. This is a bullish chart. COST has been over bought since mid Oct. See the Slow STO.
11.20.21. COST $533.79. PnF bullish breakout, SCTR=93.3. SAR support at $518..34. Note COST highly correlated with $SPX. Costco seems to have supply chain under control.
11.14.21. COST $517.17. Overbought, bullish charts. If you sell cash secured puts (CPSs) at about $51,717 per 100-shares options contract, you want a bullish chart for a bullish trade. But when you have an over bought stock, you want to buy it at a discount of 5% or 10% or what ever seems right to the trader. For a 5% margin of safety (MOS) a puts trader would look at selling the BA 12.17.21 $485 puts for about $4, or an annualized return on risk (ROR) of about 8.6%.
11.10.21. COST $505.51. Obj 683. Support/puts strike $434.
11.26.21. MSFT $331.88. It%27s been dipping for a few days. Depending on more S. African variants news, it might be a good puts trade at about 20% out of the money if you need a place to park some cash and get about a 3% annualized return.
11.15.21 before the open. $336.72. Overbought (RSI is 71.71) and dipping. Many owners are selling out of the money covered calls to generate premium income while minimizing the risk of having MSFT called. Others may be selling covered calls weekly or monthly at the market (ATM) because they are ready to take profits at slightly higher prices. Maybe traders are selling while planning to buy in again at lower levels. Some speculators are both selling covered calls and cash secured puts (CSP) in line with their trading plans and risk tolerance.
11.26.21. AAPL $157.46. Charts still are bullish despite supply chain issues. Dipping but may bounce if the market does on Monday.
11.23.21. Slow Sto is over bought. If prices falls below 50-day moving average, shorter term traders will sell. Cramer frequently says AAPL is an "investment". "Don%27t traded it." Obviously many trade APPL and sell covered calls and cash secured puts on it to generate premium income along with dividend income.
11.20.21. AAPL ($160.55) is strong breakout with $178.94 PnF price objective. Support is $144.
11.14.21. AAPL $149.99. Correcting while still in a long term bullish move. Owners probably are selling out of the money covered calls way out of the money to avoid being called on snap backs. Buyers may be selling ATM to way out of the money cash secured puts (CSP) in hopes of getting discounts on the stock. Some owners are selling both covered calls and CSPs to generate income while they wait for the stock to recover. I am not a financial advisor. I have nothing to sell. I%27m trying to show how retired senior traders can use covered calls and cash secured puts (CSP) to generate income. My mission is to cover current living expenses and preserve capital. I think this is a good way to do that and maybe even beat inflation.
11.10.21. AAPL $147.92. Obj $178.94. SCTR bullish 58.2. Near $147 support.
11.26.21. LLY $260.57. It is a pretty good defensive stock. Charts are mixed. Might be worth a short duration, way out of the money cash secured puts sale, which would be a bullish trade.
11.14.21. LLY at $259.65, is near the top of its $215 to $274 range. For owners, this may a good time to sell way out of the money covered calls. For buyers, $220 or $240 strikes look like promising trades, depending on each trader%27s financial situation and risk tolerance.
11.10.21. LLY $264.65. Obj $319.05. Bullish SCTR. Support/puts strike $220 to $248.
11.26.21. AVGO $547.45. Dipping. 250-EMA support is at about $463?
11.14.21. AVGO $563.22. Bullish charts. RSI is a high and very over bought 74.31. Support and possible puts sale strike could be at around $510 (50-DMA). Selling puts is a bullish trade.
11.15.21 before the open. NUE $112.24, below the 50-DMA and still well above the 200-DMA support levels. Parabolic SAR and Chaikin Money Flow (CMF) indicators have just turned bearish. MACD and PMO still are bullish. This stock is vulnerable to supply chain problems and manipulation by the world%27s politicians. It should benefit from inflation and the new infrastructure bill. It is another great Cramer Portfolio company. Depending on your financial situation and risk tolerance, owners may be selling OTM covered calls to reduce the risk of being called. Buyers looking to buy at discounts may be selling Dec. 17 expiration cash secured puts anywhere from at the money (ATM) strikes to $100 or $95 strikes. Some sell both covered calls and puts, which is considered a bit riskier. I frequently do that. I%27m not giving advice. This is for educational purposes. Again, I take no responsibility for how others trade.
11.14.21. GOOGL $2,973.63, which makes it too rich for most options traders. Long-term trend charts are bullish and analysts are bullish.
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