Did you see this divergence on SPY right at the end of the day on Friday September 30, 2022

Oct 10, 2022

The MACD on the 30 minute chart clearly shows SPY should be higher in price. We waited until Monday October 3rd in the first hour of trading and still got in at under 10c an option. Let me explain.

The 30 minute divergence on the 30th showed us prices should be higher.

Come Monday morning, we started looking for options on SPY. We want low premiums so we want:

  • Out of the money options
  • Trading at less than 10c
  • Expiring as soon as possible (October 5th)

In the first 30 minutes of October 3, SPY was trading at 361. nearby out of the money options in the 362 - 375 range were over 10c. Options too far out of the money like 382 or above have insufficient time to gain headway.

We selected a middle ground and bought the SPY 379 calls expiring October 5th, for under 10c. The 5 minute chart shows the SPY 379 calls expiring October 5th trading up as high as 25c with an entry under 5c during the day on October 3.

Clearly between 5 and 10 times your money.

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The Options Hunter approach focuses on divergences between the MACD and the price action. We don’t employ other indicators such as RSI, Stochastics or Bollinger bands as we keep our approach simple, straightforward, and repeatable 

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