≈ Slices splatting on the ground. ≈
Pizza is everywhere in many shapes and forms. I guess we can say that every culture in every corner of this planet has its own version of this famous delicacy. Some cultures have +100 variations in a single menu. Gross. I’ve seen things you people wouldn’t believe.
Domino’s Pizza had some shaky earnings two weeks ago. It seems that they let a whole pizza fall on the ground with the toppings facing downside, salad and all.
Anyway, as traders we can trade anything. Even slices of pizza splatting on the ground. Not that we are going to eat it. Traders make money trading the gravity pull, the pizza bouncing back and then the final surrender when this highly desirable dish is inevitably lost.
You voted you got it: Domino’s Pizza, Inc. (NYSE: DPZ) is the stock of the week on Tackle’s Instagram. Go to our profile and check Coach Tim’s analysis on the asset. DPZ is also featuring on the last Options Report as one of the bearish picks. If you correctly applied the S.T.E.P. method I bet you are making money on this trade.
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Chart of the Day
Sorry if you are a Domino’s Pizza fan but this chart is something horrible. #SadPizzaiolo
If you look a couple of earnings back you will notice that $DPZ has some gapping disorder during these corporate events. If there is an identifiable pattern, we can trade it, as Coach Tim used to say.
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