EnteroMedics Inc. ETRM
ETRM is the first in a group of plays that we’ve been familiar with in the past, that we’d like to circle back around to this morning.
We never stop looking out for stocks giving a bounce signal off of their 52-week lows, and ETRM raised that flag yesterday. The stock hit a new annual low (.123) as the short week kicked off on Tuesday, and yesterday’s session showed a clear rebound , trading between .14-.15, so we’ll just want to keep our eyes peeled for a mid-to-extended term recovery.
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
GWPH is another stock that we’ve had experiences with in the past, and today we’ve spotted a possible opportunity to take advantage of it once again.
On the flip-side of the coin from the previously mentioned play, GWPH has just hit its highest PPS since last October (104.58) yesterday on an epic single-day surge. That’s quite an impressive jump over its levels the last time we mentioned it in our reports, when it was trading just above $80.
Additionally, looking back over GWPH’s track record, it seems every time the stock makes a major move to the upside, there’s always a commensurate consolidation that follows. For this reason, we’re going to signal a range of extended-term puts in the GWPH options chain to track over the coming days and weeks.
Our four potential targets are going to be the GWPH 10/21 $105-90 Puts.
Rite Aid Corp. RAD
Also among stocks we’ve tracked at various times and for various reasons in the past, is RAD, though it has been quite some time since we last had our eyes on it closely.
Today we’ve been provided with an update on the status of the pending buyout of the company by Walgreens Boots Alliance (WBA) (>>View PR)
We’ll be watching the stock which is presently trading at a low multiple in the 8.30-range, as well as an options idea; the RAD Weekly $7.50 and $8 Calls, with the possibility of rolling up to the $8.50′s if and when the stock breaks its premarket high 8.42.
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