Solid Penny Runners
In yesterday morning’s premarket report, we generated an extended watchlist comprised solely of OTC-traded penny stocks. What happened was a really good example of why we don’t cover only the big boards and options plays. We keep our offerings as diverse as we can and simply follow where good opportunities lead.
Several of the stocks we tagged for observation produced very nice intraday moves and potential gains for us, which were as follows:
Ozop Energy Solutions, Inc. OZSC
Intraday Range: .0131-.03
Potential Gain: 129%
Defense Technologies International Corp. DTII
Intraday Range: .0176-.0312
Potential Gain: 77%
Sun Pacific Holding Corp. SNPW
Intraday Range: .0022-.003
Potential Gain: 36%
Hop-On Inc. HPNN
Intraday Range: .0017-.003
Potential Gain: 76%
Alternet Systems, Inc. ALYI (Initially Called on Thursday)
Intraday Range: .0152-.0375
Potential Gain: 147%
Fresh Options Ideas:
HHC 02/19 $80-90 Calls
FUBO 02/12 $33.54-35 Calls
ACI Weekly $17.50 Calls
VOXX Weekly $17.50-22.50 Calls
NXGB, ATVK, AABB, OPTI, ENZC, TSCRF, WNDW,
DryShips, Inc. DRYS
DRYS appeared in Tuesday morning’s extended watchlist, after which time we observed a low of 3.40. Yesterday the stock hit a high of 3.99, marking an overnight move of 17% This morning, it looks like it is gapping up, so we will be monitoring this play today for added gains that could result from the current momentum.
Our first ever mention of DRYS was back on August 22nd, when the stock was trading around 2.20. From that point, yesterday’s high represents a move of 81% As you can see on the chart included, DRYS has been on a steady uptrend since it first hit our radar.
FreeSeas, Inc. FREE
We had FREE on bottom-watch back in July, and it wasn’t too long after that when we saw the stock touch a low of .1652 (08/01). After generally trading sideways for the month of August, FREE began a rise that has lasted all the way through this month, culminating in yesterday’s .59 high, a move of 257% off of its bottom.
This morning it looks like FREE is gapping up into the mid-.60’s range, so it seems further gains are on the menu. Today the company reported details of a deal that will clean a significant amount of debt from its balance sheet:
Athens, Greece,, Sep 26, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE via COMTEX) — FreeSeas Inc. (Nasdaq CM: FREE)(“FreeSeas” or the “Company”), a transporter of dry-bulk cargoes through the ownership and operation of a fleet of six Handysize vessels and one Handymax vessel, announced today that it has entered into an assignment and amendment agreement (the “Assignment”) with Deutsche Bank Nederland N.V.(“Deutsche Bank”), a Magna Group affiliate fund Hanover Holdings I, LLC (“Hanover”), Crede CG III, Ltd (“Crede”) a wholly-owned subsidiary of Crede Capital Group, and various wholly-owned subsidiaries of the Company.Mr. Ion G. Varouxakis, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Company made the following comments: “We are pleased to enter into the Assignment, which will remove, immediately upon appropriate court approval, approximately $30 million of debt from our balance sheet. >>> FULL STORY
FLOW, KNDI, LLEN, ACI, BLDP, CRRS
Cleantech Transit, Inc. CLNO
This is the stuff that penny-traders’ dreams are made of- CLNO has been an absolute powerhouse ever since we first alerted it at .0055. A mind-boggling 4972% (@ yesterday’s high) later, and we are still talking about this stock on nearly a daily basis.
Even for those of you who didn’t catch this one from the very beginning of our coverage are faring extremely well. If you just showed up to the party, from this week’s low of .10, yesterday’s .279 high represented a 179% move.
We want to congratulate anyone who has been able to make gains in any amount off of CLNO. Lately doing so has seemed like shooting fish in a barrel. We are currently in uncharted territory- every uptick we see from here is a new all-time high. As with any stock in blue sky breakout mode, we want to remain open to taking advantage of a continuance of the trend, while at the same time being on a sharp lookout for any course-corrective pullbacks, which are obviously common in such a situation.
Options Trading – SPY Calls
We’ve hit the nail on the head with every selection of SPY Calls we’ve made this week. In every instance there have been opportunities to make significant profits. Take yesterday’s report for instance. We stated that: “We are going to look at moving our strike price to $159-160, and possibly even $161 should yesterday’s trend continue.”
The $160 Calls, in the first hour of trading, went from 1.28-2.00 (+56%), then dipped as low as 1.35 before surging back to 1.82 (+35%), bringing us total intraday gains of up to 91%.
The $161 Calls went from .69-1.17 (+70%), and another move from .68-1.03 (+51%). In total that gave us a chance at gains of up to 121% intraday.
Since we’ve had so much success with SPY Calls this week, and have seen such a significant uptrend, we want to remain on alert. We could see a decrease in buying pressure in the overall markets as we head into a holiday week, which could lead to a reversal in the SPY. We would of course then be turning our focus to the $161 Puts.
VSUL, TWER, RENN, DNDN, ACI, MCP