Blue Horseshoe Stocks: MXSG Review & More

Mexus Gold US (MXSG)

Our first order of business this morning is to give a rundown of the recent performance of MXSG, which has made one heck of a run in the time we’ve been tracking it.

We initially placed this gold play on watch last February 5th when it was trading at .0016 , and the stock, quite incredibly has put together a roughly 10-month uptrend.

Some of the biggest strides have come recently, despite gold prices cratering to their lowest values in that same 10 month period of late. That didn’t stop MXSG from running to a new high of .235 yesterday, which marks a mind-numbing 14,587% increase over the low we observed on the very first time we mentioned the stock in February.

That definitely makes MXSG one of our biggest success stories of 2016, and that includes options trading! Congratulations to anyone who has taken part in such an incredible ride!


IFAN Financial, Inc. IFAN

IFAN is another play we’ve been tracking that has also made big moves for us. When we first brought it to the table on October 24th, it broke out for excellent gains on the order of nearly 400% as it ran from .0031-.0154.

Yesterday, the stock went for a double-bagger, trading in a daily range from .0016-.0033 (+106%). It will interesting to see if it can carry some of its generated momentum of the past couple of sessions into further price surges. Another run at the penny mark from this point would factor in potential gains of up to 200%


GoDaddy, Inc. GDDY

GoDaddy is moving in the wake of news that the company would be attempting to boost its web hosting business with the acquisition of Host Europe in a $1.82B deal (>>View PR).

While the stock is at a good place on the chart, and receiving some attention, we’re going to radar some options to monitor over the next several weeks, in the GDDY 01/20 $35-36 Calls.


Extended Watchlist:
CTIC, HTBX, RCON, TXMD, ONCI,

Blue Horseshoe Stocks: BOTY Recap & More

Lingerie Fighting Championships, Inc. BOTY

We placed BOTY on watch on Friday after noticing that the stock had begun to launch off of its bottom, posting unusual activity the session prior. It was a good thing that we tagged it when we did, because Friday brought an even more considerable surge to the updside.

BOTY traded in a range from a low of .0056, cracking through the penny barrier, and reaching as high as .015. That was good for intraday gains of up to 168% and the excellent move came on volume of nearly six times the monthly average.

As the company name suggests, BOTY’s business is an actual women’s MMA league where the combatants wear lingerie instead of athletic wear. Being something so unique and potentially lucrative, it adds to our interest in continuing to track this play.


Solaris Power Cells, Inc. SPCL

SPCL is another one we want to provide an update on this morning. We initially witnessed a fantastic run from .0075 to .02 on this play when we called it back on 11/18, and after a period of consolidation in the following weeks, we observed the beginning of the stock’s next leg up on Friday.

SPCL traded in a daily range from a new low of .0041 and promptly returned to .02. That’s a big-time swing of 387%


Bridgegate Pictures Corp. BBGP

The run that BBGP made between the months of August and November this year was excellent, moving from the .20-range to more than 2.70. A recent dramatic selloff slapped the stock back down to the .20-level and just below, before the current bottom-bounce commenced.

We’re interested in tracking BBGP from this juncture in the event that the momentum we’re seeing gathered off of those lows should continue into this new trading week.


Insulet Corp. PODD – Options Idea

We’ve formulated an options trading idea for PODD, after noticing a few things about the stock. First, it’s in a good place on the chart, having exhibited the beginning sign of a bottom-bounce on Friday, reversing a downtrend that had persisted for over a week.

Next, we caught a Form-4 submission showing a significant buy by the CEO, in the amount of roughly $1.3M at the stock’s lows. Whenever we see directors of a company adding shares at relative lows, it piques our interest.

Accordingly, we are going to radar a set of contracts to watch in sessions to come, namely the PODD 01/20 $35 Calls.


Extended Watchlist:
IFAN, BPMX, CLF, MXSG, ONCI, PFTI

Blue Horseshoe Stocks: AGHI News, Options & More

Tiffany & Co. TIF – Options Recap

Today we’d like to swing back to an idea that we submitted in our report on Tuesday morning, which turned out to be the hottest intraweek runner we’ve had in awhile. We signaled our interest in tracking the TIF Weekly $80-83 Calls, and not only did every set of contracts in that range produce multi-bag gains, a couple of them turned out to be 30-BAGGERS!

To put a 30X run into perspective, a initial $250 position would, at its peak, have risen to a cool $7500 in just a couple days! Also note that we were unable to bring up the chart for the $81 Calls, but those undoubtedly made similar moves as the rest, which performed as follows:

$80 Calls – Range: .86-4.70 – Max Gain: 446%
$80.50 Calls – Range: .70-4.35 – Max Gain: 521%
$81.50 Calls – Range: .34-3.00 – Max Gain: 782%
$82 Calls – Range: .09-2.80 – Max Gain: 3011%
$82.50 Calls – Range: .15-2.40 – Max Gain: 1500%
$83 Calls – Range: .08-2.60 – Max Gain: 3150%

We were mentioning how much we love post-earnings options trading, and this week TIF served as a prime example of the reasoning behind that.
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ULTA Salon, Cosmetics & Fragrance, Inc. ULTA – Fresh Idea

We also have another earnings-related options idea to monitor today. ULTA posted solid figures today sufficient to fuel a premarket push, and we want to be waiting with an idea to correspond with a possible bullish trend continuing through the session. That’ll be the ULTA Weekly $267.50-272.50 Calls, but please remember, trading weekly options on a Friday is only for the most advanced traders!
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Bonus Idea: Big Lots, Inc. BIG Weekly $47.50-52.50 Calls


Agora Holdings, Inc. AGHI

We were outlining AGHI’s search for a bottom in yesterday’s morning report, and in addition to finding some support on the chart as we hoped it would, we’d like to point out a PR published by the company this morning.

It goes into greater detail with respect to the company’s ‘FRAME’ social media management platform, which it plans to offer free to the public for non-commercial use.

TORONTO, ON–(Marketwired – Dec 2, 2016) –  Agora Holdings, Inc. (OTC PINK: AGHI) today issues insight into the various applications of its recently launched FRAME technology, and describes how the platform can simplify and streamline personal branding for individual or business use.
For many social media users — be it corporate brand, small business, celebrity, executives and even presidential candidates — social media has become a method of personal branding. For this reason, it is vitally important to establish and maintain a positive online image.

“The boundary between online and offline branding is disappearing, and FRAME is here to help everyone navigate this new hybrid universe. FRAME is designed to meet the needs of consumers and businesses who use multiple social media websites and platforms on a daily basis by providing a dashboard from which they are all accessible,” says Agora CEO Dan Terziev. (>>VIEW FULL PR)

For more information, visit http://www.geeglemedia.ca


Extended Watchlist:
TM, BOTY, BNSO, NVFY

Blue Horseshoe Stocks: TWTR Options & More

Globus Maritime, Ltd. GLBS

We included GLBS as a part of our extended watchlist yesterday after noticing that the stock had produced a solid session on Tuesday. Our hunch that the run could continue proved to be good, as the stock posted another nice intraday performance.

GLBS traded in a range from a low of 5.122 to a high of 8.769, a move of 71% and it came on more than seven times the monthly average volume. We’ll keep a slot on our watchscreens reserved for GLBS in the event it maintains its upward momentum and strings together a multi-day run.


Agora Holdings, Inc. AGHI

We’ve continued to follow AGHI as it has seen some consolidation over the past few sessions, and the lower it has crept, the more attractive it has begun to look as a bounceplay opportunity.

If you notice on the included chart, the stock has a recent track record of making a serious run-up from current PPS levels. The last time it traded below a dime, that was followed by a huge pop to more than .20. That’s just the kind of rebound we’ll be looking for as the stock searches for support.



Twitter, Inc. TWTR – Options Idea

In conjunction with buyout rumors that have been swirling around Twitter, we happen to like the look of the present chart, and thus we’d like to formulate a corresponding options idea. We’ve had a reasonable amount of success with the TWTR options chain in the past, and current conditions seem favorable enough to signal an extended-term idea today.

We’re going to place the TWTR 01/20 $19 and $20 Calls for the time being, with the added caveat that a buyout actually coming to fruition would very likely necessitate an adjustment to our strike prices.


Extended Watchlist:
RIG, SDRL, REXX, CLRB, TOPS, DRYS

Blue Horseshoe Stocks: Earnings-Related Options & More

American Eagle Outfitters, Inc.  AEO – Options Idea

Earnings-related options ideas are among some of our favorite plays to track, and that’s what we’ve got here with AEO this morning. American Eagle had a mixed earnings release, satisfying on profit expectations while falling short of on both sales and outlook. Granted that the stock was already looking a bit top-heavy, we’re feeling bearish about this play for the short-term.

To coincide with that instinct, we’re going to signal our interest in a range of puts in the AEO options chain. For possible quick-strike trades, we’re going to be looking at the AEO Weekly $19.50-16.50 Puts.

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Splunk, Inc. SPLK – We’ve also got a bullish options idea to bring to the table with SPLK, and this one is earnings-related as well.

The company posted a strong quarterly report yesterday and is surging as a result. In this case we’re going to highlight and track the SPLK Weekly $60.50-62 Calls.



Petrobras Argentina S.A.  PZE

While we’ve mentioned Petrobras countless times in our reports in the form of PBR, this marks the first occasion upon which we’re focusing on its Argentinian counterpart. The stock has been getting absolutely hammered of late, and with an OPEC deal seemingly close at hand, oil has begun to run. That’s why we’re going to be tracking this one over an extended time period from this point forward.

Should the production cut go off without a hitch, it sets PZE (as well as other oil stocks) up to regain a good bit of the ground lost in past weeks, so we’ll want to put this one on bottom-watch in the days and weeks ahead.


Extended Watchlist:
ICBU, GEYI, GLBS, PBR, FOLD(Bottom-Watch)