In a previous article, we analyzed Jim Cramer’s bullish stock trading tips for shorting opportunities. Based on the analysis in the article a possible shorting opportunity has been discovered.
On July 5, 2006 Jim Cramer recommended Pepsico Inc. (PEP), the day immediately following his recommendation the price of PEP went higher and 10 market days later is still 4.9% higher than when Jim Cramer made his recommendation, ripe for a short.
Although not as attractive as PEP, Rite Aid (RAD) also shows up on the radar as a possible short investment strategy. Rite Aid shot up after the Cramer stock trading recommendation and has already retreated from its high point, but 10 market days later it’s still up 2.4% from when Jim Cramer recommended it as a buy.
PowerOptions provides a search engine for finding potentially lucrative income producing opportunities, for example finding optimum bear-call credit spreads on PEP and RAD.
[tags]bear call credit spread, stock trading, investment strategy[/tags]