Blue Horseshoe Stocks: Options Roundup & More

Twitter, Inc. TWTR

We had a really good idea for the TWTR options chain on Thursday morning with the Weekly $18-19.50 Calls. Not only did they make multi-bag gains on Thursday, but with another bullish session Friday, our total possible profits were extended by a significant margin.

We’ve listed the overall moves below, in addition to the intraday gains that were available on Friday alone.

$18 Calls – Overall Range: 1.00-3.95 – 2-Day Gain: 295% – Friday Intraday: 76%
$18.50 Calls – Overall Range: .64-3.38 – 2-Day Gain: 216% – Friday Intraday: 97%
$19 Calls – Overall Range: .38-2.95 – 2-Day Gain: 334% – Friday Intraday: 144%
$19.50 Calls – Overall Range: .18-2.43  – 2-Max Gain: 539% – Friday Intraday: 277%
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Friday’s fresh options ideas also both worked like a charm, bringing a fitting end to what was an amazing week for our options trading ideas across the board:

Microsoft Corp. MSFT Weekly $82-85 Calls

$82 Calls– Range: 1.74-4.19 – Max Gain: 141%
$83 Calls – Range: .93-3.15 – Max Gain: 239%
$84 Calls – Range: .39-2.11 – Max Gain: 441%
$85 Calls
– Range: 12.-1.30 – Max Gain: 983%
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Apple Inc. AAPL Weekly $157.50-160 Calls

$157.50 Calls – Range: 1.41-6.11 – Max Gain: 333%
$160 Calls – Range: .10-3.65 – Max Gain: 3550%


The Bon-Ton Stores, Inc. BONT

We tagged BONT on Thursday morning, at which time we observed a low of .68 in the stock. After a solid first session, we reiterated the tag in Friday’s report and the stock came out of the starting gate like a bolt. It traded all the way up to 1.15 before tapering back, but not before completing a two-day swing of 69% for us.

The stock’s presently hovering around a dollar, so we’ll be watching as the new trading week kicks off this morning to see if BONT can manage to string together a third session of higher highs and higher lows.


Extended Watchlist:
APVO, CAA, CUR, ENDP, IBN, TRXC, JAKK

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Blue Horseshoe Stocks: WBA Recap & Special Alert

 Walgreens Boots-Alliance Inc. WBA

We made our interest in the WBA options chain very clear yesterday morning, stating that “in addition to exceeding expectations with their quarterly report, the stock was already looking ripe for a bottom bounce.”. As it turned out, our shrewd premarket observation made it possible for our readers to bag some truly epic gains on the day in three out of the four highlighted contracts .

Our designated targets were the WBA Weekly $69-70.50 Calls and the moves they made on the day were astonishing, including an absolutely eye-popping 78-bagger, even as the markets as a whole had the worst down-day in months!

$69 Calls – Range: .01-.79 – Max Gain: 7800%
$69.50 Calls – Range: .06-.59  – Max Gain: 883%.
$70 Calls – Range: .05-.35 – Max Gain: 600%

We’ll continue to keep an eye on these ideas as we head into the end of the week.


Twitter, Inc. TWTR

We’ve also got a frsh options idea for TWTR, after noticing a significant gap-up in the stock here in the premarket. The company Q3 earnings showed it is inching very close to profitability, which could happen as soon as next quarter, and traders are responding. TWTR is presently filling a big gap on the chart, and has the look of a play that could produce a significant dip-and-rip once the session commences.

We’re going to be looking at the TWTR Weekly $18-19.50 Calls.

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Extended Watchlist:
BONT, GDI, NEOS, SPAR, RGSE, CSTM, PERI, AKAO

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Blue Horseshoe Stocks: FPVD Breaks Out & More

Force Protection Video Equipment Corp. FPVD

We were just mentioning how we wanted to stay on FPVD’s trail yesterday morning, after the stock had shown us a nice 64% move on Tuesday.

We identified .036 as a key point of resistance that we wanted to see broken, and not only did that happen, but the stock smashed through and kept on running to an impressive new high.

It traded in a range from .022 on up to a nickel, for an intraday gain of 127% which occurred on roughly 7 times the three-month average volume. From our observed low on Tuesday, it represented a session-over-session swing of 198%

The previous resistance we mentioned at .036 will now be the level FPVD will need to hold support at or above in order to maintain our attention going forward.


Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. WMT – Options Idea

We’ve had some excellent fortune recently with earnings-related options plays in the retail sector, and the opportunity to take advantage of yet another one may be ready to present itself today in the form of WMT.

Increased revenue for the quarter has led the retail giant to increase guidance for the remainder of the year, and the news is causing a notable gap-up here in the premarket. As the activity unfolds, we’ll be looking to possibly take advantage of WMT Weekly $73.50-76 Calls.


Extended Watchlist:
BBGP, BCEI, BONT, BLDP, THLD, SCYX, VRX

Blue Horseshoe Stocks: Review of Friday’s Half-Session & More

Repros Therapeutics, Inc. RPRX

We’re looking at RPRX as a potential momentum-play this morning. After drastically falling off of a precipice at the end of last month, the stock spent several weeks stepping its way down to a new 52-week low. However, in the few sessions since that time RPRX has been making a nice rebound that warrants our putting this play on watch today.

As you can see on the included chart there are a number of bullish signals in effect. There’s also a good bit of real estate between the current PPS and the next area of resistance on the chart, thanks to the stock’s big decline in October. A return to levels prior to that point would mean gains approaching the 100%-mark from here, so we’ll reserve a space on our watchlist for RPRX.


Pleasant Kids, Inc. PLKD  – Options

Since our first mention of this stock back on October 13th, we’ve witnessed one heck of a run from PLKD, with very few setbacks along the way.

We’ve showed the epic move the stock has made using a trendline on the following chart, running from our observed low of .0581 all the way up to the new high registered on Friday. at .279. That’s a mammoth 380% swing, and with the way things have been going for PLKD of late, it would be a mistake for us to let it slip off of our radars at this point.


The Bon-Ton Stores, Inc. BONT

BONT has proved itself to be an immensely successful bottom-call for us over the past week. We re-introduced this past winner on Monday morning, upon which time we would witness the stock trading at a low of 1.25. It proceeded to record four consecutive sessions of higher highs and higher lows throughout last week, just as we’d hoped to see.

BONT’s fantastic recovery carried it to a new high of 2.83 on Friday, which represented an intraweek increase of 126%, congratulations to anyone who made a play on BONT during the short week!


HydroPhi Technologies, Inc. HPTG We’d also like to comment on HPTG, which made an appearance in Friday’s premarket report and ended the short week with a long intraday run from .0027 to .005. It worked out to a 85% spike, and despite being just a half-day, the stock made that move on heavier-than-average volume.


Extended Watchlist:
ARWR, AVXL, CEGX, FROT, LATX,

Blue Horseshoe Stocks: Wrapping Up an Awesome Short Week

Magnum Hunter Resources Corp. MHRC

We really couldn’t have laid things out more plainly on Wednesday morning with respect to MHRC. We mentioned that we’d followed the stock all the way from our initial alert on 11/16 from a low of .021 to Tuesday’s high of .074 for a total increase of 252%

We then made it a point to remind our readers that there were still gaps to the upside to fill on the chart, which created the real possibility for further gains. The first gap we identified was from .08-.15 and sure enough, MHRC rose to meet the challenge, nearly filling that gap in its entirety.

The stock began from a morning low of .065 and reached as high as .146, which worked out to an intraday move of 125% and brought our overall observed range (.021-.146) to a mammoth 595%

We still need to keep a close eye on MHRC moving forward. The stock closed with strength at .137 on heavy volume, retaining its momentum-play status.


AgriEuro Corp. EURI

EURI was another momentum mover that up until Wednesday’s report had already shown us a 400% swing to the upside, and it too made a sizable intraday run leading into the holiday break.

The stock traded in a daily range from 1.15 to 1.69 giving traders a shot at modest yet solid intraday profits of 47%

We may look to cut-and-run from this point, as EURI has just been relegated to Caveat Emptor status by OTC Markets.


The Bon-Ton Stores, Inc. BONT

We’ve had success tracking BONT in the past, and this week has been a case of history repeating. We executed a textbook bottom bounce call on BONT, tagging it on Monday before observing a low of 1.25, and both Tuesday and Wednesday’s sessions produced bigtime advances of the chart.

It led to a high of 2.49 Wednesday, (+99%) leaving us just one percent shy of a perfect double-bagger on the week.



Pfizer, Inc. PFE – Options

Despite the recent uproar of excellent calls on various stocks, we didn’t want to break for the holiday without submitting a quick options-trading idea, and the one we identified was PFE Weekly $31-32.50 Calls, based on the premarket activity we were observing Wednesday morning.

Significant intraday spikes occurred in each set of contracts within that range, including a pair of four-baggers!

$31 Calls – Trading Range: 1.13-1.92  – Max Gain: 70%
$31.50 Calls – Trading Range: .62-1.60  – Max Gain: 158%
$32 Calls – Trading Range: .24-1.20 – Max Gain: 400%
$32.50 Calls – Trading Range: .13-.66 – Max Gain: 408%

If the bullish activity continues along a similar trend during today’s short session, we may look for quick-strike opportunities in a higher strike range. We’ll radar the PFE Weekly $32-33.50 Calls, but just remember that trading ceases at 1PM Eastern today, at which time all weekly options will expire! 


Extended Watchlist:
DBMM, FDBL, HPTG, IFCR, LTNC, EFUT, KBIO, AEZS