Market News

September 27, 2012  Thu 10:11 AM CT

Time Warner is just off four-year highs reached last week, and one trader is targeting a floor beneath the stock.

A trader sold 5,950 December 38 puts for the bid price of $0.27, according to optionMONSTER's system. Open interest was 1,637 contracts at the start of the session, so this is a new position.

The put selling is a bet that TWX will remain above $38 through the December expiration, a level that has seen support going back to July. The trader is also showing a willingness to buy shares on a pullback below that level. (See our Education section)

TWX is up 1.9 percent this morning at $45.49. The media giant closed Friday at $45.90, its highest level since September 2008. Shares were below $29 a year ago and broke through resistance at $39 at the start of August.
News Archives
OptionsHouse

TRADING WEEKLY OPTIONS

The fastest money in the market VIEW FULL REPORT

Education & Strategy

Election Sector Rotation

Sector rotation is the process where mutual funds, portfolio managers, and investors in general, shift their investments from one sector of the economy to another.

More education articles »