Blue Horseshoe Stocks: Reviewing Big Runners

Gevo, Inc. GEVO

We threw GEVO into our extended watchlist on our website at BlueHorseshoeStocks.com yesterday morning, however, the tag did not make it into our email newsletters in time. Occasionally we will include last-minute ideas exclusive to the website, which is which we encourage our readers to check there each morning, even if they’ve already read our emails.

GEVO turned out to be the NASDAQ’s top traded stock of the day, posting an excellent single-session move from 4.42 to an impressive high of 21.00; a 375% rip.

This came on the heels of the EPA decision raising the amount of isobutanol in 16% gasoline blends, up from 12.5% This represents a significant margin of increase for the biofuel producer. With such a quick surge, we’ll also want to watch on the back end when the stock course corrects. There may also be a dip-and-rip opportunity on the horizon that we’ll be looking out for.


Canada Goose Holdings Inc. GOOS

We successfully tracked a host of GOOS weekly options calls on Friday morning, but today we wanted to return to comment on the solid move the stock itself has made since our alert.

From its low of 53.18 on Friday, GOOS has now made a very respectable two-session swing, reaching 63.30 yesterday. That’s a 25% increase, and for or a $50+ stock, a very nice two day performance.


Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. AMD

Speaking of great calls we’ve made on the stock side of things, we’ve been very successful with our coverage of AMD this spring. We initially tagged the stock in our watchlist on April 26th, and included a reminder on the 5th of this month, as the stock has posted a near-continual bull run in that time.

The day of our initial alert saw a low of 10.61 and never looked back, gradually leading to a new high of 17.34 yesterday. That works out to a rise of 64%


Extended Watchlist:
NEW, COTV, MYSZ, AMBO, RSLS

Blue Horseshoe Stocks: Friday Options Recap

Friday Options Recap

We were tracking some calls throughout the week last week, as well as submitting some fresh ideas on Friday, and we want to kick things off this week by going over the excellent opportunities that those provided through Friday’s session,

Canada Goose Holdings Inc. GOOS – We slated a range of GOOS options fresh for Friday’s morning report, with the GOOS Weekly $50-60 Calls, and we were quite pleased with the resulting activity and chances for big profits. Every one of the seven contract in that range saw huge moves to the upside, including both a 9 and a 14-bagger!

$50 Calls – Range: 4.00-11.32 – Max Gain: 183%
$51 Calls – Range: 3.30-8.89 – Max Gain: 169%
$52 Calls – Range:3.13-7.00 – Max Gain: 123%
$53 Calls – Range: 2.96-5.50 – Max Gain: 86%
$54 Calls – Range: 1.50-5.60 – Max Gain: 273%
$55 Calls – Range: .55-5.67 – Max Gain: 931%
$60 Calls – Range: .10-1.55 – Max Gain: 1450%

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Tesla, Inc. TSLA – We had already seen multi-bag moves in the TSLA Weekly 337.50-347.50 Calls that we signaled on Wednesday morning,  but Friday’s bullish move allowed for impressive new highs in all five of our tracked contracts

The following figures represent the three-day swing and total possible gains over that span, from our initial alert on Wednesday morning, through Friday’s session.

$342.50 Calls – Range: 4.90-26.18 – Max Gain: 434%
$345 Calls – Range: 4.00-24.35– Max Gain: 508%
$347.50 Calls – Range: 3.20-22.10 – Max Gain: 590%
$345 Calls – Range: 4.00-19.37 – Max Gain: 384%
$347.50 Calls – Range: 3.20-16.87 – Max Gain: 427%

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Extended Watchlist: AVLR, EGC, RCII, AXL, QTNT, GEVO

Blue Horseshoe Stocks: TSLA, GOOS

Tesla, Inc. TSLA
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When we left off with TSLA on Wednesday after seeing double bag moves in the calls we had tagged the previous day, we stated that we had “reason to believe that we may see some further opportunities in these ideas before the week is out.”.
Those calls were the TSLA Weekly 337.50-347.50 Calls and our assumption that they would provide another wave of gain opportunities proved to be completely accurate. We did in fact get a bigger round of gains which we’ve listed below. These ranges represent a two-day swing from Wednesday’s lows to yesterday’s highs:

$337.50 Calls – Range: 7.50-21.20 – Max Gain: 183%
$340 Calls – Range: 6.07-18.70 – Max Gain: 208%
$342.50 Calls – Range: 4.90-15.98 – Max Gain: 226%
$345 Calls – Range: 4.00-13.78 – Max Gain: 245%
$347.50 Calls – Range: 3.20-11.48 – Max Gain: 259%


Canada Goose Holdings Inc GOOS – Fresh Idea

Despite already being at its annual highs, GOOS is running like scalded dog this morning in the wake of its quarterly earnings report.

We’ve always got our eyes on the earnings calendar to look out for opportunities such as this, to take quick advantage of a rapid rise in volatility. We’re going to slate the GOOS Weekly $50-60 Calls* for observation, which could provide us with a few chances for gains to close out the week.

*Never trade weekly options on a Friday unless you are an expert trader with disposable funds!


Extended Watchlist:
BAK, TXMD, MTNB, CPST

Blue Horseshoe Stocks: HEAR Review & More

Turtle Beach Corp. HEAR – Review

Our primary focus has always been to find near-term trading opportunities first, assigning longer-term calls a secondary priority. However, we’ve had quite a bit of good fortune this year in identifying stocks that have gone on to have considerable extended runs.

HEAR is one such stock, that we first signaled for observation on April 9th, at which time the stock was trading for as little as 2.76. Over the ensuing nine weeks, we have seen an incredible, near-continuous bull run that has resulted in new highs of 23.20 yesterday. That works out to an increase of 740% over a span of a little over two months!

Being in blue skies, there’s no telling what new highs we might see in HEAR; it’s certainly plausible to believe we may see our total observed gain reach a thousand percent at some point in the near future. At the rate things have been going, it’s certainly not an unreasonable thought.


H&R Block, Inc. HRB – Fresh Idea

We also want to provide a quick update on our bearish options idea from yesterday’s premarket report, the HRB Weekly $26-24 Puts. We formulated this range after noticing the stock getting kicked hard despite posting an earnings beat in the post-market on Tuesday.

HRB did gap down a little too far for the $26′s to see much action, but we had respectable chances to profit off of the other two contracts in the range. The $25 Puts ran from .65-1.05 for a gain of 62%, while the $24′s put up a double-bag performance with a 133% rip from .15-.35.


Galectin Therapeutics, Inc. GALT

We tagged GALT on Tuesday morning after noticing a big surge in activity, and its run has continued nicely over the course of the week.

We’ve now observed a solid 37% bullish move from 5.83-8.00, and will be on the lookout for the possibility of more new highs.


Extended Watchlist:
ENPH, CTRV, CODX, FCEL, ETSY, ONTX, MYSZ

Blue Horseshoe Stocks: TSLA Recap & More

Tesla, Inc. TSLA – Options Idea
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TSLA stock was running hard after KeyBanc analysts predicted a 50% rise in Model 3 deliveries, and we entered the mix yesterday morning with a set of options ideas to take advantage of the situation. We certainly hope that our words didn’t fall upon deaf ears, because of the five contracts in the range we slated for potential quick strike trades, all five produced single-session gains of over 100%

Our designated targets were the TSLA Weekly 337.50-347.50 Calls and we were very impressed with the total potential gains made available by all of those contracts:

$337.50 Calls – Range: 8.00-19.00 – Max Gain: 138%
$340 Calls – Range: 6.76-17.10 – Max Gain: 153%
$342.50 Calls – Range: 5.75-15.16 – Max Gain: 164%
$345 Calls – Range: 4.97-13.50 – Max Gain: 172%
$347.50 Calls – Range: 4.20-11.90 – Max Gain: 183%

From what we’ve seen thus far, we have reason to believe that we may see some further opportunities in these ideas before the week is out, so we’ll allow them to keep their slots on our radar screens for the time being.


H&R Block, Inc. HRB – Fresh Idea

As a fresh options trading idea this morning, we want to bring attention to HRB, which despite turning in a beat on earnings yesterday in the post market, is taking a beating here in early trading.

Combined with the fact that the stock was already looking toppy and about to breach into heavily overbought territory, we’re ready to look at a range of puts, to take advantage of what may be a significant course correction to the low side. We’ll be tracking the HRB Weekly $26-24 Puts.


Extended Watchlist:
VTGN, DARE, SYK, OGEN, ESRX, PVTL, KFY, KOOL