Power One (PWER) with relative weakness and increasing put activity. Shares are down 10.7 percent to $8.10 and today’s options volume of 12,000 puts and 5,600 calls is more than double the recent average daily. The top trade is a 1,337 Mar 7 puts that recently traded at the 10-cent asking price. Looks like an opening buyer. 5,400 now traded. Mar 8 and 9 puts are busy as well. Looks like mixed trading in Mar 9 calls. Implied volatility is 14 percent to 58 and today’s flow seems to reflect concerns about additional short-term weakness in shares of the Carmarillo, CA power conversion maker. No news on the stock.
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