After already doubling this year, one analyst expects that it can do it again. Take a look at the full article here – Boot Barn: Another Doubling Is Possible. Also take a look at the following article which makes the case for continued steady gains in BOOT – Two stocks I’d tuck away forever: Boot Barn Holdings (BOOT), Canadian Solar (CSIQ).
Boot Barn stock has been rallying strongly higher since the start of the year and a rising trend channel has encompassed price action. There were three major tests of the lower bound of said channel since August and buyers have defended each one of them. With the price now firmly above all the commonly looked at moving averages, it appears safe to say that buyers are in control. Technical support for near-term dips is found at $33.19. The area is considered significant as a confluence resides there. It contains a horizontal level, the 20-day moving average, and the 50-day moving average.
If you agree there’s further upside ahead for BOOT, consider this trade which is a bet that the stock will continue to advance over the next five weeks, or at least not decline very much.
Buy To Open BOOT 18OCT19 30 Puts (BOOT191018P30)
Sell To Open BOOT 18OCT19 35 Puts (BOOT191018P35) for a credit of $1.23 (selling a vertical)
This price was $0.02 less than the mid-point of the option spread when BOOT was trading near $36. Unless the stock rallies quickly from here, you should be able to get close to this amount.
Your commission on this trade will only be $2.50 per spread (the rate charged by thinkorswim for Terry’s Tips’ subscribers). Each contract would then yield $120.50 and your broker would charge a $500 maintenance fee, making your investment $379.50 ($500 – $120.50). If BOOT closes at any price above $35 on October 18, both options would expire worthless, and your return on the spread would be 32% (365% annualized).
Changes to Investor’s Business Daily (IBD) Top 50 This Week:
We have found that the Investor’s Business Daily Top 50 List has been a reliable source of stocks that are likely to move higher in the short run. Recent additions to the list might be particularly good choices for this strategy, and deletions might be good indicators for exiting a position that you might already have on that stock.
As with all investments, you should only make option trades with money that you can truly afford to lose.