Post-earnings, FIT's IV remains high (70) (it currently doesn't have a 52-week ThinkOrSwim IVR , since it hasn't been around long enough) and the premium is juicy enough 45 DTE or so such that it might make a worthwhile play. This is somewhat unusual for an underlying priced under $50, but what makes premium selling worthwhile here is not the price of the underlying, but the high IV. The drawback is that the underlying isn't the most liquid thing in the world in terms of options, so it may difficult to get a fill for the setup at the midprice.
Nevertheless, I'm going to put on a trade setup in off hours and try to get a fill without chasing price, since I'm not exactly desperate for plays, but like to stay engaged by looking for at least one new, potentially productive setup a day.
Here's the setup:
Jan 15 21/33 short strangle to fill at 1.48
Max Profit: $148/contract
Buying Power Effect: ~$268
Break Evens: 19.52/34.48