Gevo, Inc. GEVO
We called attention to GEVO in yesterday morning’s premarket report, citing a high-profile PR in which the company announced an agreement with Alaska Airlines (>>Read PR). What resulted was a stroke of flawless timing, with the stock putting up a record performance on the day, and it put a nice cap on what has been a week of multiple great calls.
The stock started out by gapping up into the 3.50’s, and undergoing the dip we were looking for caused by impatient profit-takers, found its daily low of 3.28 and then it was off to the races! The subsequent high came in at 6.11, an unprecedented 86% intraday rip for GEVO, and it occurred on more than 40X the 3-month average trading volume.
The total increase witnessed as of this morning’s premarket high of 7.43 amounts to 126% and marks the second big-board double-bagger we called this week! (Refer to PTBI for the 1st).
The stock has peeled back into the 6.50-range so we could be in line to see another dip-and-style move from GEVO to close out the week. We’ll want to see it maintain a level of support at or above the new 200DMA of 4.90 on any pullbacks.
Tesla Motors, Inc. TSLA
We tagged TSLA in yesterday’s extended watchlist and the stock made a nice move from 220.25 to 237.48. While it translates to an intraday gain of just 8%, the spike caused some serious action in the options chain, which is where we’ll have our attention focused.
The sets of contracts that we’re going to be monitoring for potential opportunities in coming weeks will fall into the range of the 05/22 $230-240 Calls. Our interest, of course, will be predicated upon the stock maintaining support at or above the 200DMA of 227.28.
Motorola Solutions, Inc. MSI
We also want to make a preliminary mention of MSI, which we noticed flirting with levels very near to its 52-week low this week, and it has begun to exhibit signs of a bounce. It’s going to be a stock that we monitor for potential continued rebound action into next week.
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