Adobe (ADBE) Offering Possible 35.5% Return Over the Next 15 Calendar Days

Adobe's most recent trend suggests a bullish bias. One trading opportunity on Adobe is a Bull Put Spread using a strike $325.00 short put and a strike $320.00 long put offers a potential 35.5% return on risk over the next 15 calendar days. Maximum profit would be generated if the Bull Put Spread were to expire worthless, which would occur if the stock were above $325.00 by expiration. The full premium credit of $1.31 would be kept by the premium seller. The risk of $3.69 would be incurred if the stock dropped below the $320.00 long put strike price.

The 5-day moving average is moving up which suggests that the short-term momentum for Adobe is bullish and the probability of a rise in share price is higher if the stock starts trending.

The 20-day moving average is moving up which suggests that the medium-term momentum for Adobe is bullish.

The RSI indicator is above 80 which suggests that the stock is in overbought territory.

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We are now at the end of 2019, and what a year it has been for the stock market. A year ago, stocks could do no right. They were going through their biggest correction since 2008 amid escalating concerns that a recession was just around the corner. That recession never happened. Instead, throughout 2019, the global economic outlook has only improved.Now, at the end of 2019, stocks can do no wrong. The S&P 500 is up nearly 30% year-to-date and presently sits at record highs.Who called it? I don't mean to brag, but yours truly. In my 10 predictions for the stock market in 2019, my first prediction was that the S&P 500 was going to have its best year this decade. Up nearly 30% year-to-date, the S&P 500 is already having its second best year of the decade, and with just a few more up days, it could end 2019 with its best annual performance since 1997.InvestorPlace – Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsAlso in those 10 predictions for 2019, I nailed Disney's (NYSE:DIS) big breakout year (up more than 30% year-to-date), Tesla's (NASDAQ:TSLA) big breakout year (up nearly 30% year-to-date) and huge outperformances from Shopify (NYSE:SHOP), The Trade Desk (NASDAQ:TTD), Adobe (NASDAQ:ADBE), Roku (NASDAQ:ROKU) and Square (NYSE:SQ), among which the average year-to-date gain is over 150%.Now, it's time to unveil my bold predictions for 2020. Will the market have another breakout year? Or will stocks falter after a big 2019? Which stocks will do particularly well? 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It's also worth noting that investors have entirely forgotten about the inverted yield curve. History says that the big pullback in stocks usually doesn't happen until 12-18 months after an inversion. That timeline puts us squarely in the middle of 2020.Why It Might Not Happen: The global economy will improve in 2020 thanks to easing global trade tensions. As it does, corporate leaders will become more confident. They will pour more money into the economy, which will provide more fuel for growth. Against this favorable backdrop, companies across the globe will report far better-than-expected earnings, management teams will lift their guides and analysts will keep pushing up their forward earnings estimates. Given all those favorable tailwinds, valuation might not matter in 2020. Stocks could keep pushing higher behind robust profit growth, with higher forward estimates being a justification for today's premium valuation. Ride-Hailing Stocks Bounce BackSource: Daniel Dror / Why It Could Happen: Ride-hailing giants Uber (NYSE:UBER) and Lyft (NASDAQ:LYFT) had awful initial public offerings in 2019. Since then, both stocks have been duds on Wall Street for various reasons, ranging from slowing growth, to extended valuations, to legislative and C-suite noise. In 2020, though, those headwinds should reverse course.At both Uber and Lyft, growth has already slowed meaningfully, with recent quarterly trends implying that this deceleration is moderating and that growth rates could stabilize in 2020. International expansion at Uber and new product launches at Lyft will also help stabilize growth. At the same time, both Uber and Lyft are trading at a fraction of their IPO valuations, so expectations are significantly depressed. Legislative and C-suite noise should also ease. 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Fourth, China's EV market will rebound in an even bigger way, because legislation in China remains supportive of EV adoption. Fifth, NIO's sales trends are improving heading into 2020. Sixth, NIO is launching a new car next year, so today's improving sales trends should persist into 2020.Putting all that together, I think NIO stock has a reasonably good chance to more than triple in 2020. * The 10 Worst Dividend Stocks of the Decade Why It Might Not Happen: The rebound thesis in NIO stock is entirely predicated on improving U.S.-China trade relations providing a spark for China's economy and auto sector. If that doesn't happen — and it might not, considering how volatile trade relations have been over the past year — then NIO stock won't rebound, because investor sentiment will remain depressed and sales trends won't accelerate in the way they need to in order to support a multi-bag rally in NIO stock. Beaten-Up IPO Stocks Stage a ComebackSource: Shutterstock Why It Could Happen: Many high-flying IPO stocks hit a brick wall in mid-2019 and have since dropped off a cliff. See Beyond Meat (NASDAQ:BYND), Chewy (NYSE:CHWY), Slack (NYSE:WORK), Pinterest (NYSE:PINS) and Zoom Video (NASDAQ:ZM), among many others. I think most of those stocks will bounce back in 2020.These stocks were inarguably over-hyped following blockbuster IPOs. A few downward catalysts later, and they are all under-hyped. But, these are still great companies, pioneering change across big and valuable industries. Because of this, under-hype won't stick around for long. These beaten up IPO stocks will bounce back in 2020, behind sustained robust growth. 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