Blue Horseshoe Stocks: AZZ Review & More

Options Recap

Thanks to a choppy day for the markets as a whole, both of the bearish options ideas we formulated for yesterday morning’s premarket report provided opportunities that either approached or exceeded the threshold of double-bag status.

Dominos Pizza Inc. DPZ - Dominos was the primary big name earnings reporter yesterday, and we decided to tag the DPZ Weekly $235-227.50 Puts for possible swing trades after disappointing figures. Those contracts moved considerably right out of the starting gate, prior to the company announcing a massive $1B buyback program, roughly 30 minutes into the session.

$235 Calls – Range: 4.02-7.40 – Max Gain: 84%
$232.50 Calls – Range: 3.80-6.00 – Max Gain: 58%
$230 Calls – Range: 2.63-4.81 – Max Gain: 83%
$227.50 Calls – Range: 1.30-3.60 – Max Gain: 177%
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Azz, Inc. AZZ 

With AZZ announcing a delay to its Q2 2020 earnings report, which was scheduled for yesterday premarket, we took the initiative to signal some puts there as well. Our targets were the AZZ Weekly $45-40 Puts and those were on a serious run throughout the day.

$45 Calls – Range: 4.20-9.00 – Max Gain: 114%
$40 Calls – Range: 1.15-4.30 – Max Gain: 274%
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Fresh Options Ideas:
SPY Weekly $289.50-291 Calls
QGEN 11/15 $28-30 Calls 


Extended Watchlist:
OCGN, AOBC, TMDI, EROS, ACRS, TMDI

Blue Horseshoe Stocks: Bearish Options Ideas

Dominos Pizza Inc. DPZ – Options Idea

The main earnings reporter this morning is Dominos, and following missed expectations in addition to curtailed guidance, we’;re interested in formulating a near-term idea with a bearish stance.

We’re going to be looking at the DPZ Weekly $235-227.50 Puts for possible swing trades into the the end of the week.
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Azz, Inc. AZZ 

Speaking of bearish options ideas,  we are interested in tracking some puts in the AZZ chain following the company’s delay of its Q2 2020 earnings report, which were previously scheduled for this morning.

Our targets of interest will be the AZZ Weekly $45-40 Puts.


Extended Watchlist:
CBNT, PTAH, NGM, WKHS, RGLD, PHUN, NIO

Blue Horseshoe Stocks: Chatroom Calls, Fresh Ideas & More

Chatroom Reminder

It had been awhile since we reminded our reader of our daily stock and options traders chats on Skype. They are a free and open forum for any of our readers to participate in, and a great way to get extra ideas that aren’t included in our morning reports.

Often the hottest plays don’t become apparent until just prior to, or just after the open, and those are the ones that you can catch in our chats, along with sharing ideas of your own.

DRUS was a big winner uncovered by DJ, a regular participant in the chats, yesterday just seconds into the session. Following DRUS being mentioned in the room, the stock ran from .0057-.0325, for whopping gains of 470%

As you can see, there were some SPY calls mentioned in the room as well, and those too did very well on the day. Both those, and DRUS appear to want to continue moving today as well.

As stated above, all of our subscribers are free to join in these chats, by simply sending a Skype contact request to username ‘stocksumo‘.

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Fresh Options Idea:
We’ll also look to roll up strike prices and observe the SPY Weekly $272.50-274 Calls


South American Gold Corp. SAGD

What did make it into our premarket newsletters yesterday was SAGD, a stock whose company is about to make a shift into the cannabis space. While it didn’t begin to run just yet, we’re still very interested in the current setup of the chart.

We have posted a video chart going over why we believe SAGD is worthy of continued observation which we encourage you to view by clicking the graphic below:


UpperSolution.com URSL

Another honorable mention from yesterday’s premarket report is URSL, and it too is one we’ll want to continue to keep an eye on based on its setup on the chart.

We identified URSL as a potential bounce play yesterday, and the stock subsequently rebounded from a low of 1.70 to 2.27; a 34% swing. Further recovery could be in order so this one will remain on our radars into the holiday break.


Extended Watchlist:
NFEC, PED, GBR, VNE, AXON, EARS, HUSA, AZZ