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The automated Quantcha Trade Ideas Service has detected a promising Bear Call Spread trade opportunity for GULFPORT ENERGY CORP (GPOR) for the 21-Apr-2017 expiration period. You can analyze the opportunity in depth over at the Quantcha Options Search Engine.
GPOR was recently trading at $17.09 and has an implied volatility of 37.19% for this period. Based on an analysis of the options available for GPOR expiring on 21-Apr-2017, there is a 34.14% likelihood that the underlying will close within the analyzed range of $15.05-$17.14 at expiration. In this scenario, the average linear return for the trade would be 21.95%.
52 week low: GULFPORT ENERGY CORP recently reached a new 52-week low at $17.07. GPOR had traded in the range $17.23-$34.67 over the past year.
Trade approach: Reaching a new 52-week low is a bearish indicator, so this trade is designed to be profitable if GPOR maintains its current direction and does not revert back to pricing on the bullish side of $17.09 on 21-Apr-2017. If possible, the trade has been padded such that slight movement against the trade would still return a profit.
Upside potential: Using this bearish strategy, the trade would be profitable if GULFPORT ENERGY CORP closes at or below $17.95 on 21-Apr-2017. Based on our risk-neutral analysis, there is a 63.97% likelihood of this return.
Downside risk: As with any options trade, there is a substantial downside risk where you may lose most or all of your investment.
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This is an automated post generated based on a market analysis of delayed data at 3/7/2017 3:26:50 PM ET. The analysis does not include brokerage fees or commissions and is not investment advice.