Thursday, December 9th 2021
GameStop Options Imply A Tamer Move Than Usual After Earnings
GameStop earnings move came in below an expected move that was already below historical averages.
GameStop's implied earnings move was $21.01 or 12.1%, below the historical average of $25.78. The actual move in the stock was only -6.5%, indicating a tamer move than usual after earnings.
Tomi Kilgore, MarketWatch's deputy investing and corporate news editor @TomiKilgore, quoted ORATS Matt Amberson in his recent article on GameStop's implied earnings move.
GameStop (GME) had an implied earnings move of $21.01 or about 12.1% vs a historical average move of $25.78. The actual move in the stock was only -6.5% when the observation was made mid-day today.
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