Proctor & Gamble Stock Support in Place

PG is headed towards the $140 level

Apr 21, 2020 at 2:17 PM
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Consumer products staple Procter & Gamble Co (NYSE:PG) is fresh off an upbeat post-earnings reaction from Friday. In addition to the shares coming off a $300 billion market cap near the $121 level, earlier in the week PG broke out of a trendline connecting lower highs since late February. In other words, the blue chip has support in place to keep chugging toward the $140 level, which is conveniently double its 2018 lows.

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There's room for more bullish analyst attention that could vault PG higher. Of the 21 brokerages covering the stock, 13 rate it a "buy" or better. However, 10 gave it such a rating three months ago, indicating this "buy" cycle analysts are in doesn't appear to be running out of steam anytime soon.

In the options pits, there is a large amount of call open interest stacked up at $130 in the May series that can help act as an options-related magnet in the next month or so. Plus, options are relatively cheap right now. PG's Schaeffer's Volatility Index (SVI) of 34% sits lower than all but 30% of readings from the past year, implying that near-term options traders are pricing in low volatility expectations right now.

Our recommended call option has a leverage ratio of 8.1 and will double on a 12.3% rise in the underlying stock.

Subscribers to Schaeffer's Weekend Trader options recommendation service received this PG commentary on Sunday night, along with a detailed options trade recommendation -- including complete entry and exit parameters. Learn more about why Weekend Trader is one of our most popular options trading services.



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