10 IT Stocks With Whale Alerts In Today’s Session – Confluent (NASDAQ:CFLT), Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ:AMD)

This whale alert can help traders spot the next big trading opportunities.

Whales are big money entities and we track their transactions here at Benzinga on our option activity scanner.

Traders will look for circumstances where an option’s market estimate deviates significantly from its normal value. High levels of trading activity could push option prices to overstated or understated levels.

The following are some examples of options activity in the information technology sector:












symbol PUT/CALL commercial type feeling Ext. date exercise price total commercial price open interest volume
MSFT CALL SWEEP BULLISH 11/18/22 $250.00 $30,200 12.3K 7.1K
NVDA CALL SWEEP BULLISH 11/18/22 $165.00 $56,400 8.5K 5.6K
AMD CALL ACT NEUTRAL 11/11/22 $67.00 $104,000 10.6K 3.7K
CSCO CALL SWEEP NEUTRAL 01/20/23 $45.00 $89,200 33.0K 2.9K
Eric PLACE ACT BEARY 04/21/23 $7.00 $81,400 1.4K 2.1K
PYPL CALL SWEEP BEARY 11/18/22 $95.00 $32,000 21.5K 2.0K
Q CALL ACT BEARY 03/17/23 $77.50 $96,300 380 1.9K
CFLT CALL ACT BULLISH 11/18/22 $25.00 $36,000 2.8K 895
mu CALL SWEEP BEARY 11/18/22 $62.50 $26,700 8.0K 777
ORCL CALL ACT BEARY 11/18/22 $77.00 $26,800 1.4K 748

explanation

These detailed elaborations were created using the adjacent table.

• With reference to MSFT MSFTwe observe a Phone call possibility sweep With bullish Feeling. It expires in 7 day(s). November 18, 2022. parties traded 121 Contract(s) at a $250.00 hit. This particular call had to be split into 3 different trades in order to be executed. The total cost received from the writing party (or parties) was $30,200with a price of $250.0 per contract. There was 12300 open contracts on this strike before today and today 7134 Contracts were bought and sold.

• To the NVDA NVDAwe notice a Phone call possibility sweep that happens bullishexpires in 7 day(s). November 18, 2022. This event was a broadcast from 120 Contract(s) at a $165.00 hit. This particular call had to be split into 23 different trades in order to be executed. The total cost received from the writing party (or parties) was $56,400with a price of $470.0 per contract. There was 8574 open contracts on this strike before today and today 5656 Contracts were bought and sold.

• To the AMD AMDwe notice a Phone call possibility act that happens neutral, expires today. parties traded 200 Contract(s) at a $67.00 hit. The total cost received from the writing party (or parties) was $104,000with a price of $520.0 per contract. There was 10668 open contracts on this strike before today and today 3742 Contracts were bought and sold.

• With reference to CSCO CSCOwe observe a Phone call possibility sweep With neutral Feeling. It expires in 70 day(s). January 20, 2023. parties traded 442 Contract(s) at a $45.00 hit. This particular call had to be split into 3 different trades in order to be executed. The total cost received from the writing party (or parties) was $89,200with a price of $202.0 per contract. There was 33034 open contracts on this strike before today and today 2979 Contracts were bought and sold.

• With reference to Eric Ericwe observe a place possibility act With bearish Feeling. It expires in 161 day(s). April 21, 2023. parties traded 740 Contract(s) at a $7.00 hit. The total cost received from the writing party (or parties) was $81,400with a price of $110.0 per contract. There was 1437 open contracts on this strike before today and today 2157 Contracts were bought and sold.

• With reference to PYPL PYPLwe observe a Phone call possibility sweep With bearish Feeling. It expires in 7 day(s). November 18, 2022. parties traded 479 Contract(s) at a $95.00 hit. This particular call had to be split into 15 different trades in order to be executed. The total cost received from the writing party (or parties) was $32,000with a price of $67.0 per contract. There was 21578 open contracts on this strike before today and today 2009 Contracts were bought and sold.

• To the Q Qwe notice a Phone call possibility act that happens bearishexpires in 126 day(s). March 17, 2023. This event was a broadcast from 102 Contract(s) at a $77.50 hit. The total cost received from the writing party (or parties) was $96,300with a price of $945.0 per contract. There was 380 open contracts on this strike before today and today 1992 Contracts were bought and sold.

• With reference to CFLT CFLTwe observe a Phone call possibility act With bullish Feeling. It expires in 7 day(s). November 18, 2022. parties traded 400 Contract(s) at a $25.00 hit. The total cost received from the writing party (or parties) was $36,000with a price of $90.0 per contract. There was 2801 open contracts on this strike before today and today 895 Contracts were bought and sold.

• With reference to mu muwe observe a Phone call possibility sweep With bearish Feeling. It expires in 7 day(s). November 18, 2022. parties traded 338 Contract(s) at a $62.50 hit. This particular call had to be split into 13 different trades in order to be executed. The total cost received from the writing party (or parties) was $26,700with a price of $79.0 per contract. There was 8008 open contracts on this strike before today and today 777 Contracts were bought and sold.

• To the ORCL ORCLwe notice a Phone call possibility act that happens bearishexpires in 7 day(s). November 18, 2022. This event was a broadcast from 192 Contract(s) at a $77.00 hit. The total cost received from the writing party (or parties) was $26,800with a price of $140.0 per contract. There was 1448 open contracts on this strike before today and today 748 Contracts were bought and sold.

Option Warning Terminology
Call Contracts: The right to buy shares as specified in the contract.
Put Contracts: The right to sell shares as specified in the contract.
expiry date: When the contract expires. The contract must be implemented by this date if you want to use it.
Premium/option price: The price of the contract.

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