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Buy Call CELH

April 2, 2024
Sell Your CELH July 60 Calls for $21.10 or more

CELH is under pressure again today, and because of that our July 60 Calls have broken through my mental stop. And while it’s possible this sell-off in CELH is short-lived, I have to stick to my stop and sell today.

To execute this trade you need to:
Sell to Close your CELH July 60 Calls.

We will walk away from this trade with a nice profit of approximately 105% on the last piece of our trade.

March 1, 2024
Sell a Third of Existing Position: Sell a Third of your CELH July 60/95 Bull Call Spread for $16.5 or more.

CELH stock exploded higher yesterday and our position is now at an approximate profit of 150% (this profit number is moving wildly). Let’s take advantage of this strong stock move to lock in a nice gain.

To execute this trade you need to:
Sell to Close a Third of your CELH July 60 Calls
Buy to Close a Third of your CELH July 95 Call

Clearly, selling the July 95 call ahead of earnings was a mistake. That being said, I still really like the way this trade is structured, and I think that over the next couple months, the balance of our bull call spread will work very well.

February 27, 2024
Adjust Existing Position: Against CELH July 60 Calls, Sell the July 95 Calls for $2.70 or more.

Ahead of earnings on Thursday, before the market open I want to lower our risk/cost basis on our CELH July 60 calls, by selling a FAR out-of-the-money call ($29 out-of-the-money).

To execute this trade you need to:
Sell to Open the CELH July 95 Calls.

After this sale our position will be a bull call spread that looks like this:
Long CELH July 60 Calls
Short CELH July 95 Calls.

This call sale will drop our cost basis to $7.70, approximately.

Please note, even though we are selling an out-of-the-money call today, there is NO question we want CELH to trade higher.

Finally, selling this call will be a mistake if CELH trades at 95 or above on July expiration. However, that is a situation we can live with as our spread will be worth $35 in that scenario.

February 16, 2024
Sell a Third of Existing Position: Sell a Third of your Celsius (CELH) July 60 Calls for $12.50 or more.

After a bump in the road shortly after we entered our CELH call position, the stock has rebounded nicely and is now trading at a multi-month high.

And while I think the stock looks great, we are going to stick to the system, lock in a profit of approximately 20%, and then go for much greater gains in the weeks and months to come.

To execute this trade you need to:
Sell to Close a Third of your CELH July 60 Calls

January 9, 2024
Buy the Celsius (CELH) July 60 Calls (exp. 7/19) for $11.50 or less.

As I’ve written recently, CELH was near the top of my watch list for a new position as option activity has been very strong, and the stock had re-emerged in the last month. This call buying is continuing today, and is interestingly even targeting a short-term move higher. Also, the stock is breaking out to a new multi-month high, which is encouraging.

Let’s get involved via a July call buy.

To execute this trade you need to:
Buy to Open the CELH July 60 Calls

The most you can lose on this trade is the premium paid, or $1,150 per call purchased.

The risks I see in this trade are mostly market and sector related. Also, the company will report earnings in late February while we are still holding this position. And finally, of note, CELH stock is wild, and seems to move several dollars a day, so there will be some ups and downs.

That being said, with a portfolio with a lot of tech exposure, let’s add a growthy “consumer staple” play that is long rumored to be a takeover candidate.

CELH July 60 Call
Position Strategy
Buy Call
Opened Date
January 9, 2024
July 19, 2024
Net Price
Jacob Mintz is a professional options trader and editor of Cabot Options Trader. Using his proprietary options scans, Jacob creates and manages positions in equities based on unusual option activity and risk/reward.