With plays, I'm looking at doing either iron condors or short strangles (buying power permitting) for underlyings with an IVR above 70 and high IV (50+). To a certain extent, whether I get into some of these will hinge on liquidity, which I will look at as get closer. Generally speaking, I like to see the bid/ask spread to be .05 or narrower, although I will naturally go higher if the price of the underlying is greater, as long as it isn't ridiculous ... .
TSLA: announces on 11/3 AMC (After Market Close); Current IVR/IV 65/54
KORS: announces on 11/4 BMO (Before Market Open): Current IVR/IV 88/56
FB: announces on 11/4 AMC ; Current IVR/IV 51/34 (Less than ideal, but worth keeping an eye on, since price is currently around $100, which would make it a worthwhile premium selling play)
WFM: announces on 11/4 AMC ; Current IVR/IV 100/57
SWKS: announces on 11/5 AMC ; Current IVR/IV 75/56
NVDA: announces on 11/5 AMC ; Current IVR/IV 76/44
DIS: announces on 11/5 AMC ; Current IVR 40/33 (Like FB , less than ideal, but worth keeping an eye on, since price is currently around $114, which would make it a worthwhile, extremely short-term premium selling play).
WYNN: Current IVR/IV 74/52 (I tried to get a fill on a short strangle on Friday, but didn't; will try again Monday if IVR/IV is still there).
EWZ: Current IVR/IV 49/44 (This has the highest IVR of a non-individual underlying for the moment, with the possible exception of some sub-$20 plays which generally aren't worth playing for premium; I currently have a position on in EWZ that is at the cusp of 50% max profit, so I may consider putting on another play 45 DTE in EWZ just to keep some longer-term background trades on or, in the alternative, use it to add long delta to my portfolio either via a naked short put or a put spread).