CY: implied rank 100, implied 78. The unfortunate thing about Cypress Semiconductor from a premium selling standpoint is its price, which limits the profitability of iron condor/short strangle setups. Where this is the case, the go-to is a short straddle. Preliminarily (looking at off hours quotes here), an August 19th 10 short straddle will bring in $228 in credit with break evens at 7.72 and 12.28, which would fit in nicely with CY price action. However, if you're looking to take the straddle off at 25% max profit (the usual goal for straddles), you're not looking at a tremendously great play here, even though these little "grounders" add up over time ... .
HOG: implied rank 100, implied 63. Preliminarily, an August 19th 42.5/65 short strangle would bring in $168/contract, the drawback being that the underlying only offers monthly expirations ... .
POT: implied rank 70, implied 51. Like CY , you won't be able to get much out of a play if you go short strangle or iron condor, leaving you with a short straddle as the go-to setup. The August 19th 17 short strangle will bring in $227/contract credit with break evens of 14.73 on the lowside, 19.27 on the topside which is not a bad fit for what POT is doing on its chart (essentially, sideways chop between 15 and 20).
The space is not looking particularly attractive here, with the vast majority of them sub-50 in implied rank. The one standout is SLV (coming in at 70), but you won't be able to get much premium out of an SLV play due to fairly low implied (currently 34, which is fairly high for SLV ), although it looks enticing for some kind of directional play ( assumption).