Monthly Archives: February 2021

Strategy adjustment from conditions at market open

Yesterday I mentioned jumping in on the gamma squeeze play on PLTR, but I ended up passing on that. Last night, the NASDAQ futures went down significantly. PLTR is an IT company that is part of the big ARKK ETF, … Continue reading

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Considering strategies as my over-bearish portfolio struggles

My portfolio went down 8.5% last week. I suppose it could’ve been worse. My heaviest position, long calls in TLT, has been getting hammered as interest rates on the long end continue to rise. Meanwhile, my second largest position in … Continue reading

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TLRY, FSR, and the band plays on

The great gamma squeeze plays continue. Stocks like AMC and GME are still restricted … I saw a decent number of short dated call options contracts flooding AMC last week, so I tried to get in on the action. I … Continue reading

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SLV aftermath and preparing for risk-off

This week was unusually volatile for the precious metals space. In retrospect it seemed an obvious market trap for the Reddit investors as all the sites and stations were pumping the big SLV squeeze. I hit the market first thing … Continue reading


SLV dud

I’ve been nervous about the market lately, so I thought I could take advantage of the attempted gamma squeeze in SLV to get out of all of my precious metals positions, go to SLV for a day or two, then … Continue reading

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