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StockTwits today are restaurateur Chipotle Mexican Grill, Inc. , blue-chip tech titan International Business Machines Corp. , and memory device maker SanDisk Corporation .
This positive price action has not gone unnoticed by option players, who are scooping up calls at a rate of roughly six times the intraday average.
The volume-weighted average price for the calls is $0.23, making breakeven at the close on Friday, May 16, when the options expire, $80.23 .
Meanwhile, in yesterday's options pits, ZNGA calls stole the spotlight, with 36,000 contracts exchanged versus only 7,600 puts.
The most active non-expiring contract in MSFT's options pits today is the weekly 5/2 37-strike put.
Stocks continue to show a lack of direction in mid-day trading on Thursday, extending the lackluster performance seen earlier in the session.
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StockTwits today are microblogging pioneer Twitter Inc and soft drink heavyweight PepsiCo, Inc. .
It's poised to be another volatile session, with futures on the Dow Jones Industrial Average up more than 80 points in pre-market trading.
It's 9:55 a.m. ET yesterday, and the markets look like a nice shade of green. And then I get this in an email.
As such, options are trading at a slight mark-up to normal intraday volumes, with 33,000 calls and 36,000 puts on the tape.
International Business Machines Corp. will also report first-quarter earnings after the close tomorrow.
Stock markets have been selling off for a couple of weeks, but there has been no apparent fundamental underpinnings to the decline.