Thursday’s Movers, Fresh Play Friday

Thursday’s Big Runners:

We kept things moving yesterday with regard to our never-ending daily quest for hot options trades. Our premarket report contained five sets of ideas based off of a big day for earnings, and of those, four returned some very nice chances for intraday profit. We’ve got some nice names on the board today, so we feel confident that we can carry this success into the weekend.

Yesterday’s big opportunities came in the form of the TTWO Weekly $139-141 Calls, the WMT Weekly $150-152.50 Calls, the BABA Weekly $90-92 Calls, and the BBWI Weekly $36-37.50 Calls. The moves they recorded were fairly impressive. Here’s how the session shook out:

TTWO Weekly $139-141 Calls
 .75-3.15 (+320%)
$140: .60-2.32 (+287%)
$141: .57-1.66 (+191%)

WMT Weekly $150-152.50 Calls
 .96-1.98 (+106%)
$152.50: .21-.51 (+143%)

BABA Weekly $90-92 Calls
 .25-.58 (+132%)
$91: .18-.37 (+106%)
$92: .14-.27 (+93%)

BBWI Weekly $36-37.50 Calls
 .90-1.80 (+100%)
$37: .45-1.10 (+144%)
$37.50: .35-.80 (+129%)

Fresh Options Ideas:
FL Weekly $32.50-31 Puts
DE Weekly $380-385 Calls
CTLT Weekly $30-35 Calls

SPY 05/19 $419-420 Calls 

*Trading contracts on their day of expiration should only be attempted by experienced options traders! 

Extended Watchlist:

Options Recaps, 5 Fresh Ideas to End the Week

Thursday’s Options Winners:

Our streak of perfection sadly came to an end yesterday, but we’re still very proud of the accuracy we were able to achieve for seven straight days. We still hit on the majority of yesterday’s selections, however, and that’s the real takeaway here. While no one can be perfect all of the time, we strive to come as close as humanly possible, and typically do a very good job at that. We wok hard every day to bring our readers what we feel are some of the choicest opportunities to turn a quick profit on a daily basis.

Yesterday’s movers were the BUD Weekly $63-64 Calls, the SHEL Weekly $59-60 Calls, and the SHOP Weekly $53-55 Calls, and the intraday runs they exhibited were quite good. Here’s the breakdown on their activity for the day:

BUD Weekly $63-64 Calls
2.01-2.79 (+39%)
$64: 1.20-2.27 (+89%)

SHEL Weekly $59-60 Calls
.70-1.23 (+76%)
$59.50: .50-.95 (+90%)
$60: .15-.45 (+200%)

SHOP Weekly $53-55 Calls
$53: 2.31-6.75 (+192%)
$54: 1.11-5.80 (+422%)
$55: 1.21-5.00 (+313%)

Fresh Options Ideas:
SPY 05/05 $406-407.50 Calls*
AAPL Weekly $165-170 Calls*
CI Weekly $247.50-250 Calls*
JCI 05/19 $60-62.50 Calls
CVNA Weekly $9.50-10 Calls*

*Trading contracts on their day of expiration should only be attempted by experienced options traders! 

Extended Watchlist:

Options Rehash & Fresh Ideas, News Update

Options Recaps:

We’ve got a lot to talk about today, but the first thing we want to do is to circle back to where we left off with the options ideas we included in Tuesday morning’s premarket report. We had signaled a pair of ideas in the ONON and CSIQ chains that performed really well, and continued to track some longer-term calls in MDT which posted some new highs for us.

Those targets were the ONON 04/21 $25-27.50 Calls, the CSIQ Weekly $38-39 Calls, and the MDT 04/21 $80-82.50 Calls, and here is the rundown of the excellent activity we observed over the past two sessions, including a thousand percent gainer!

ONON 04/21 $25-27.50 Calls
 .56-4.70 (+739%)
$27.50: .25-2.85 (+1040%)

CSIQ Weekly $38-39 Calls

$38: .66-3.90 (+490%)
$39: .40-3.00 (+650%)

MDT 04/21 $80-82.50 Calls
 1.23-3.00 (+144%)
$82.50: .53-1.63 (+208%)

Fresh Options Ideas:
CHWY Weekly $37.50-36.50 Puts
ACN Weekly $262.50-265 Calls
GIS 04/21 $82.50 Calls

Principal Solar, Inc.(OTCMKTS:PSWW) – News Update:

We also want to revisit PSWW, which was the focus of our special report yesterday morning. (>>Read Yesterday’s Report) Today, the company has put out a new shareholder letter from Chairman and CEO Bryce Toussaint outlining its interests in the Class 6 and Class 8 heavy electric vehicle market, as well as the traditional energy sector.

This is included a renewed commitment by the company to push forward with its primary objectives, as well as moving on from investments and connections that don’t fit its updated vision for the future. We would suggest anyone who caught our report yesterday also take a minute to check out today’s update. (>>Read PR via Accesswire)

You can also learn more about PSWW and its current projects at