Blue Horseshoe Stocks: HMNY Review & More

Helios and Matheson Analytics, Inc. HMNY

We’ve been watching HMNY for awhile now, and tagged the stock in yesterday morning’s premarket report. While it didn’t exactly go to the moon, we were quite pleased with the solid performance it put forth on the day.

It coincided with the company’s announcement that it had obtained licensing rights to a facial recognition technology developed in Israel. The stock traded up from a low of 3.65 to as high as 4.90, which marks a move of 34% and it came on an incredible 285X the 30-day average volume.

That kind of surge in liquidity is sure to produce some interesting results that we will be eager to track as we head through midweek.


Pilgrim Petroleum Corp. PGPM

Despite its ‘Limited Information’ designation on OTC Markets, we began tracking PGPM last Tuesday the 16th, at which time we observed a low of .0059 in the stock.

Since then it has been stepping its way up and yesterday, briefly touched a high of .02, which marked a one-week swing of 239%  We’ll be on the lookout for PGPM to continue its overall trend,, remaining interested as long as it maintains support at or above .01 on any pullbacks.


Chatroom Call – Las Vegas Railway Express XTRN

We’ll always jump at the chance to remind readers that in addition to these premarket reports, we also conduct daily live in-session trader’s chats via Skype*.

Yesterday, thanks to chat participant Steve, the room was alerted on XTRN and subsequently had a chance at gains of up to 300% as the stock ran from .0003-.0012.

XTRN then closed at its high-of-day on monster volume, so we will want to keep an eye on it today for a potential continuation of momentum.

*Do you subscribe to our mailing list? If so, you’re eligible to participate and/or observe our daily trader’s chats! Simply send a contact request to username ‘stocksumo’ and we’ll take care of the rest.


Extended Watchlist:
INO, SDRL, RADA, TLYS, TCS

Blue Horseshoe Stocks: BBRY Recap & More

Cumulus Media, Inc. CMLS

We’re looking at CMLS as a possible momentum play. The stock has been building up quite a head of steam over the past few sessions, trading an inordinately high amount of volume yesterday.

Since hitting its lows toward the end of last month the stock has been in a general uptrend. Every time it has receded, it has rebounded back to set new highs. We’ll place CMLS on watch to see if it can maintain the powerful trend it has established.

CMLS is gapping up in the premarket this morning. On any pullbacks, we’ll want to see CMLS maintain support at a minimum of .50 in order to maintain our immediate interest.



BlackBerry Ltd. BBRY

Normally, when we alert on a big board play without including some type of options idea, as we did with BBRY back on March 31st (and April 12th), it’s because we feel the stock itself is generally undervalued. Where BlackBerry is concerned, we have thus far turned out to be right on the money. We saw a low of 7.47 on the morning of March 31st, and BBRY hasn’t looked back since.

In its largest single session move of the year, the stock hit 11.38 yesterday. That represents an increase of 52% over our observed low, as we’ve pointed out on the chart below. .

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FerroGlobe PLC (GSM) – Along the same lines, we highlighted GSM yesterday, a stock which is priced similarly to BBRY. It managed a slight increase after gapping up, and we’re going to continue watching this one as well.


Extended Watchlist:
PGPM, HMNY, ETRM, RGSE, PLX, BPMX, FRTA(Bottom watch)

Blue Horseshoe Stocks: BRAV Recap & More

Bravada International, Ltd. BRAV

We tagged BRAV in Friday morning’s premarket report after noticing increased volume and price action in the stock on our routine morning scan. It responded with one heck of a strong intraday performance, allowing traders a shot at a double bagger on the day.

BRAV traded up from its early morning low of .00128 to hit a high of .0028 shortly after 12:40pm, which was good for a 118% rip, and it came on 20X the 30-day average volume.


Deere & Co. DE – Friday Recap

We wanted to briefly mention our DE options idea for Friday’s session, the DE Weekly $118-121 Call.
 We normally include the exact gains made by our options calls, but are unable to on this play due to a technical difficulty, so we apologize for that.

That being said, DE ran from 119.00 to 122.24 on the day, and the potential for multi-bag gains in every single one of our highlighted contracts certainly were there for the taking.


FerroGlobe PLC (GSM)

A stock that’s hitting our scanner today is GSM, which recently came down to touch the lowest prices it had seen in eight months, and has been rebounding in anticipation of Q1 Earnings, which were released yesterday and are untraded-upon.

Additionally, the RSI on the GSM chart is about to break the 50-line, while the MACD has just undergone a bullish cross. A return to PPS levels of just three months ago would produce gains of 30% or more from current pricing. We’ll place GSM on watch over the next few sessions and will be interested to see how the activity plays out.


GlycoMimetics, Inc. GLYC – Recap

We were tracking GLYC late last week, and it turned out to be a rousing success. The stock saw a low of 7.21 on Thursday following our premarket alert, and on Friday it hit 14.64, for a two-session swing of 103% which is fantastic for a stock in this price range.


Extended Watchlist:
BIOC, CMCM, OCLR, GNC, MDR, SPHS,

Blue Horseshoe Stocks: GLYC Breaks Out & More

GlycoMimetics, Inc. GLYC

The star of the show from yesterday’s premarket report was definitely GLYC, which we tagged in the extended watchlist after noticing the increasing accumulation and uptrend forming in recent sessions.

That trend was kicked into high gear with more than fifty-six times the three-month average volume pouring into the stock as GLYC traded up from a low of 7.21 and reached 11.58 for an intraday move of  61% The overall range we’ve seen here has been extended this morning in the premarket as well with the stock hitting a high of 12.05; that boosts our observed range to 67%

With GLYC shooting up so rapidly, we’ll want to be on the lookout for a potential dip-and-rip scenario, which we see quite a bit in these sort of situations.


Petroleo Brasiliero S.A. (Petrobras) PBR

It’s been awhile since we formulated an options idea for one of our old favorite targets in PBR, most recently being back in April. We often come back to the PBR well because it provides a lot of opportunities, and we’ve spotted what could be the next opportunity today.

Brazilian markets got crushed yesterday amid yet another government corruption scandal, causing a massive loss in share value for PBR in the blink of an eye. Today, it’s already snapping back and starting to recover in the premarket, so we want to formulate some options ideas to turn to in the event that the trend persists.

For quick-hit daytrading possibilities, we’ll have the PBR Weekly $8.50 and $9 Calls*, and for a longer-term idea we’ll have the PBR 06/30 $9.50 and $10 Calls on watch.
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Another Fresh Idea: Deere & Co. DE Weekly $118-121 Calls*
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*Never attempt to trade weekly options on a Friday unless you are a highly experienced trader- it’s an exceedingly risky proposition.


Extended Watchlist:
ARNA, BRAV, DYN, ROSG, VNCE,

Blue Horseshoe Stocks: SNDX Recap, Options & More

Syndax Pharmaceuticals, Inc. SNDX

Despite the markets getting crushed yesterday we managed to find and tag in our premarket report, what would ultimately be the NASDAQ’s top gainer of the day. SNDX had been gradually coming up off a bottom in the few sessions prior, but yesterday things really kicked into gear.

It traded in a range from 10.76 to 15.335, a fantastic intraday move of 43% which is really impressive for a $10+ stock. That move inside of the first 90 minutes of the session. That was followed by a dip-and-rip pattern from 12.16 and back to 13.62; a 12% rebound into a strong close at 13.58

The stock traded 56x its 30-day average volume yesterday, and held more than half of its daily advance, so we’ll be treating this as a potential momentum play as we head into week’s end, looking out for higher highs and higher lows out of SNDX.


Fresh Options Ideas

Speaking of the markets getting crushed, it appears as if we may see a continuation of that pattern today, so we want to have a few sets of options ideas to fall back on in the event of a continued slide.

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. BABA – BABA had been on an incredible bullish run for the better of part of 2017 thus far as you can plainly see on the chart snapshot we’ve included here. You can also see that the strength index is sharply declining after having recently been indicating the stock was extremely overbought.  We can also see the MACD pinching toward a bearish cross.

That’s why, along with an earnings miss in the premarket and the overall current of the markets as a whole, we’re looking at the BABA Weekly $120-117 Puts for potential quick-strike swing trades.


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SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (SPY)  – Also in the vein of our general bearish view of today’s overall conditions, we want to line up a set of SPY Puts for observation. Our regular readers know that the SPY is one of our favorite market analogs, and has been a wellspring of gains for us on the options front when we correctly gauge investor sentiment.

Today we want to put the SPY Weekly $237-235 Puts on watch, as a sustained tumultuous period for stocks would likely produce some good chances for us there.


Extended Watchlist:
P, GLYC, CYTR, ETRM, XGTI, VSLR