Posted on April 18, 2022
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And now for this week’s trade.
We’re playing the long bond today using the iShares 20+ Year Treasury Bond ETF (NYSE:TLT), because the bell is tolling, and throughout the land the first-born of Egypt lies dead in his bed-chamber.
That is, we’ve achieved threshold pain levels in the bond pits, and it’s now time to catch a falling hailstone.
Part of our work at A Jew and His Money involves ‘intermarket analysis’, or studying the relationships that obtain between all three broad classes of investibles – stocks, bonds and commodities.
And it so happens that as we write, the vanguard of the commodities, oil, appears to have peaked and is about to roll lower.
Well, it so happens that oil also travels in direct opposition to the long bond, with highs in one generally marking lows in the other, and vice versa.
All of which bodes well for those who can craft an intelligent options trade that exploits the foregoing, minimizes risk, and offers a delicious repast of meat and wine to those willing to partake.
To that end, here is a chart of oil and the long bond slapped together for the last three years –
The point is: we’re presently at a moment of inflection, where we’ll likely get some gyrating and shaking while the two change direction and begin moving apart.
Now look at TLT for the last six months, paying close attention to the steepness of the latest decline.
Indeed, downside momentum is currently furious.
Here it is –
Technically speaking –
Not seen here, but worthy of mention are the following –
The set-up looks divine.
And our freedom from the chains of Egyptian bondage is all but secured.
So in a spirit of holiday-induced magnanimity the likes of which only the good Lord Himself possesses, we’re offering the following trade FREE to all our readers.
And it goes like this –
A Jew and His Money recommends you consider buying the TLT June 17th 120/124 CALL spread* for $1.97 (4.80/2.83) and selling the TLT June 17th 123/119 PUT spread** for a credit of $1.85 (5.70/3.85). Total debit on the trade is $0.12.
Rationale: it’s a good day when a $0.12 outlay buys you a $3.88 NET return. That’s 3233%.
And it sure beats a bowl of Ramen noodles.
Max loss is $4.12 (difference between the PUT strikes plus the initial debit).
Breakeven comes at $121.62, just 0.68% above the stock’s current price.
And the full Abrahamic span of the Holy Land is attained with a gain of just 2.65%.
We love it.
Hope you will, too.
With kind regards,
Hugh L. O’Haynew