A month ago we looked at the banking crisis and explored an entry that would show the crisis was truly under control as Washington wanted us to believe. That signal never materialized (you can read it here).
It is also clear that we are not out of the woods just yet.
If you can’t buy em, sell em.
The financial sector is about as fragile as it can get right now and it is much more likely those stocks are going down and not going up. Grabbing some puts is one way to may lemonade out of this mess.
XLF is an ETF that tracks the financial sector and has enough volume to offer some nice options trades. If you look at the July puts, the 28 strike is at about .33 this morning and has potential to go up.
A cheaper option with decent activity creates a nice opportunity.
We’ll keep an eye on this one and see how it plays out.
Keep learning and trade wisely,
Market Wealth Daily
PS-Great job on the trivia question Paul. The movie reference the other day was Stripes with Bill Murray from the beginning of the movie when he is a cab driver.