Trade Alert – (FXY) #2 April 5, 2013

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Trade Alert – (FXY)

Buy the Currency Shares Japanese Yen Trust (FXY) May, 2013 $102-$105 in-the-money bear put spread at $2.40 or best

Opening Trade


Note: This is in addition to the Currency Shares Japanese Yen Trust (FXY) May, 2013 $103-$106 in-the-money bear put spread at $2.40 or best

expiration date: May 17, 2013

Portfolio weighting: 10%

Number of Contracts = 42 contracts

Looks like we are going into free fall again. Time to double up and snag up the strikes.

So I am going to pay up here in terms of risk and strikes and put back on another 10% position. This is our big money maker for the year. What endurance this currency has! This is a six week few expiring on May 17, so it should work. Other than profit taking on existing shorts, I doubt you’ll see any real buying of the yen in the wake of the BOJ’s momentous move yesterday for quite some time.

The best execution can be had by placing your bid for the entire spread in the middle market and waiting for the market to come to you. The difference between the bid and the offer on these deep in-the-money spread trades can be enormous. Don’t execute the legs individually or you will end up losing much of your profit.
Keep in mind that these are ballpark prices only. Spread pricing can be very volatile on expiration months farther out.

Here are the specific trades you need to execute this position:

Buy 42 May, 2013 (FXY) $105 puts at……………$5.00
Sell short 42 May, 2013 (FXY) $102 puts at..…….$2.70
Net Cost:……………………………………………..$2.30

Profit at expiration: $3.00 – $2.30 = $0.70

(42 X 100 X $0.70) = $2,940 or 2.94% profit for the notional $100,000 portfolio.

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