Multiple Thousand+ Percent Gainers!

Alpine 4 Technologies, Inc. ALPP 

We’ve been tagging ALPP in our extended watchlist for some time, and as we mentioned in last Thursday’s morning report, we have been on the trail of this stock since November 18th, at which time it was trading as low as .0735.

This week, we’ve continued to follow the incredible rise of ALPP, which soared to a new high of 4.79, marking an unreal upswing of 6417% in the time we’ve been talking about the stock. Even if you had only caught our update on Thursday, you still could have owned ALPP for 2.01/share, and been up as much as 138% at the new high.


Artificial Intelligence Technology Solutions, Inc. AITX 

Speaking of thousand-percent gainers, we have been following AITX closely since our report just a couple of weeks ago on the 15th. The very next day it saw shares change hands for as little as .002, and we have now witnessed as it ran to a new high of .045. That represents a ten trading day swing of 2150%

As we were just mentioning yesterday morning, OTC plays like these are currently a large part of our successful calls along with plenty of diverse options ideas. It’s also why we implore our readers to add our Extended Watchlists to their own watchlists each morning, as gems like these get unearthed more often than you’d think!


Fresh Options Ideas: 

We are currently in an extreme earnings dry spell that figures to last until the week of January 18th, when the calendar begins to get busy again. In the meantime, there are still plenty of potential plays out there, and here’s what we dug up today:

BABA Weekly $240-245 Calls
NVAX 01/15 $127-130 Calls


Extended Watchlist:
SEII, HPMM, TTOO, GAXY, AABB, ONCI, XALL, APRE

Blue Horseshoe Stocks: News Update, Options Highlights & More

Aperture Health, Inc. APRE – News Update

Our first order of business this morning is to update our readers on APRE, which we’ve been following for the better part of a month. In that time the stock has provided us with multiple swing trade opportunities and has been stretching the envelope on its latest upswing. From the .0188 swing-low we observed last Wednesday APRE has rapidly gained 219%, running up to a new high of .0599 yesterday.

We’ve pointed out a few key highlights of the current chart on the following snapshot:

We also want to point out some untraded-upon news that hit the wires yesterday post-market:

NEW YORK, May 12, 2016 /PRNewswire/ – Aperture Health, Inc. (OTC Markets.com: APRE) and CSS Alliance LLC (“CSS”), are pleased to announce that the company has branched out and signed a Joint Venture agreement which includes an exclusive worldwide distribution agreement with CSS Korea R&D Co., Ltd for new technologies and products that include solar powered A/C units, and powerless generators, as well as solar powered boilers (>>View Full PR)


Options Highlights

Jack in the Box, Inc. JACK – We had a couple of our active options targets turn up sizable opportunities for profits yesterday beginning with JACK 05/20 $70 and $75 Calls. We caught JACK on the heels of its Q2 earnings release, and various circumstances allowed for us to take advantage of the idea on its first day of mentioning.

The $70 Calls traded in an impressive range from a low of 2.25 on up 6.85 for an intraday gain of 204% The $75 Calls fared even better as they ran from .39 to 1.61, a single-session rip of 313% With performances like those, we’ll continue to track these contracts through to their expiration next week.

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Macy’s Inc. M  – Our signaled range for Macy’s from Wednesday’s report added to its gains yesterday. We had been tracking the M Weekly $36-34 Puts. At the top of the range, the $36 Puts surged from a low of 1.83 up to 5.15, for a two-session swing of 181% Gains increased incrementally into the lower strike prices, culminating in the $34’s which traded up from Wednesday’s low of .50 to a new high of 3.62; a 624% swing.


Cerebain Biotech Corp. CBBT

Just after we were reviewing CBBT’s recent performance in yesterday’s morning report, (We’d added it to our radars last Tuesday) the stock went on to set another new high for us.

The stock traded in a daily range from 1.25-1.75, a respectable 40% intraday rip. From our observed low of .53, the new high represents an overall move of 230%


Extended Watchlist:
QUTR, IMMU, IDRA, XXII, NVDA, MOMO

Blue Horseshoe Stocks: Bottom-Watchlist, Options & More

Fresh Bottom-Watchlist

Our morning scan yielded up a couple of stocks trading at or near their relative bottoms that we want to put on the radar this midweek.

Canadian Solar, Inc. CSIQ

CSIQ began showing some life yesterday after it briefly touched its lowest PPS since last summer and began to rebound into the close. This morning, a Q1 earnings beat is fueling a gap-up into the $17-range. We’ll be on the lookout for quick-strike options trades with the CSIQ Weekly $16.50-18 Calls. Especially if a dip-and-rip occurs at the outset, we could really see some significant intraday swings out of contracts in that range.

Sequenom, Inc. SQNM

SQNM is interesting as a bottom-watcher on a couple of different levels. Not only is it extremely low-priced for a NASDAQ play at just over the exchange minimum PPS of a dollar, but it has also seen an influx of insider buying this week. We’ll have to stay wary as chart indicators suggest the stock may yet need to search out its ultimate bottom, but we’ll be ready for a rebound at any time in coming sessions. It could come quickly in this case, so keep your eyes peeled.


Macy’s Inc. M – Options Idea

We’ve also got our eyes on Macy’s this morning, which has been on a fairly continuous downslide for the better part of three weeks, and is getting kicked hard again in premarket trading this morning.

The company tempered its guidance for the remainder of the year, and missed estimates on sales considerably in this morning’s earning call. We’re going to look to turn the bearish sentiment surrounding the stock at the into a possible boon for ourselves. To do this we’ll look to the M Weekly $36-34 Puts for possible daytrades and/or swing trades into week’s end.


Extended Watchlist:
APRE, ENGA, GEQU, SYNC, ESI, ASM, ACLS(Insider Buying)