Trade of the Day: Fiserv (FISV)

Tuesday marked the lowest close so far in 2013 in the NASDAQ 100 as measured by the NASDAQ ETF (NASDAQ:QQQ) on significant volume as well as registering the third highest volume day this year. If I was to compare this market to a used car, anyone going long at these levels likely just drove off the lot with a lemon, and technology is getting trashed.

Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) continues to break down, and high-beta China-related stocks like Limited (NASDAQ:CYOU),  (NASDAQ:SOHU), SINA Corp. (NASDAQ:SINA) and now (NASDAQ:BIDU) continue to get pummeled and underperform their large-cap, blue-chip peers. The former names are getting hammered, giving back all the gains they saw early in the year in just one single trading day in many cases.

And even the cloud stocks are a little gray, including VMware (NYSE:VMW).

I look at all of these charts in more detail, but one name from the bunch has emerged as one of the worst of the worst: Fiserv (NASDAQ:FISV). FISV is a great candidate for a bearish trade.

I’ve recommend that my Parabolic Options subscribers buy the FISV March 80 Puts near $1.60. I think they’ll go significantly higher before March expiration and have given my Parabolic Options traders a profit target that might surprise you.

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