NEW YORK (AVAFIN) -- During the last trading session, a new 90-day call record for traded contracts was established.
There were 4.0 calls traded for every put contract yielding a 0.25 put/call ratio.
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Unusual volume provides reliable clues that the stock is expected to make a move. Investors
can use the put/call ratio statistics to measure trader sentiment. A high put/call ratio
suggests that the overall investment sentiment is bearish and that investors expect the
underlying stock to decrease in value. Conversely, a low put/call ratio implies that
investor sentiment is bullish based on the large amount of call options.
Walter Energy opened at $64.78 and the stock price rose $1.53 (+2.38%)
to $65.84 during the market session. WLT is trading between the range of
$64.41 - $67.25. Within the last quarter, the shares have gained 5.36% of their value.
Volume is 3M in relation to the three month
average volume of 2M shares. WLT is trading above the 50
day moving average and lower than the 200 day moving average.