Implied Volatility Surging for CF Industries Holdings (CF) Stock makes it lucrative to Option traders
CF Industries (CF) has been disappointing investors of late given that the shares have recorded a negative year-to-date return. Is it time for the investors to dump the stock from their portfolio?
Fertilizer maker CF Industries (CF) reported adjusted earnings of 5 cents per share for the quarter, versus earnings of 43 cents per share recorded a year ago. Earnings miss the Zacks Consensus Estimate of a profit of 9 cents.
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