Blue Horseshoe Stocks: MYO, HOS Reviews & More

Myomo, Inc. MYO

In terms of intraday gainers, MYO stole the show on Friday after appearing in our premarket report. Considering the fact that it was a ten dollar stock to begin with, the single-session rip we got from this play was fantastic.

From a low of 10.10 in the morning, MYO cruised its way to a high of 18.20 on over three times the monthly average volume. That worked out to an 80% move, and the stock closed with strength.

We’re going to be looking to MYO again as we kick off a new trading week today, as the stock has already bested Friday’s highs in premarket trading this morning. There may be a dip-and-rip formation, or a straight continuation of momentum, but either way we’ll want to see higher highs and higher lows established in order to confirm MYO as a multi-day runner and remain interested.


Hornbeck Offshore Services, Inc. HOS

Coming in as an honorable mention, also from Friday’s report, was HOS. The stock traded up from 2.26 and ran as high as 2.93. That logs as a intraday rise of 30%, and it traded six times its 30-day average volume.

Like the above-mentioned play, HOS had a pretty solid close, and is showing signs of potentially sustaining the trend it established leading into the end of last week.


Smart & Final Stores, Inc. SFS

Many grocery stocks took a hit at the end of last week amid the huge Amazon-Whole Foods deal, and there could definitely be rebound opportunities forthcoming as a result.

One such stock that caught our eye is SFS, which was hammered down to new 52-week lows on Friday. Purely from a technical standpoint we’d be interested in this for potential bottom plays in the stock and the options chain as well. We’ll signal the SFS 08/18 $10 Calls for observation over an extended term.


Extended Watchlist:
RIGL, RWLK, WKHS, BVXV, BSTG, MSDI, ORIG

Blue Horseshoe Stocks: KATE Recap & More

Kate Spade & Co. KATE – Recap

We closed out yesterday morning’s premarket report with a fresh options idea on KATE just following the company’s earnings report. While revenues were down, a healthy beat on profits led us to cast our lot in with the bulls.

We targeted KATE Weekly $20 and $21 Calls and were not disappointed with the outcome, with both sets of contracts providing ample opportunities for intraday gains.

The $20 Calls stopped just short of recording a double-bag move, running from 1.41 to 2.70, for a 91% rip. The $21s did manage that feat and then some, with a 131% pop from .65 to 1.50.


Fresh Options Ideas

VanEck Vectors Coal ETF (KOL) -  We want to put an extended watch on the coal industry just hours after breaking news of the signing of “Resolution 38″, which nullifies a recently enacted law barring coal miners from dumping project waste material in streams.

It’s a cost-cutting move that could benefit domestic coal producers in the long run, and could create some chances for us in the process. We want to add the KOL 03/17 $13 Calls, and  04/21 $14 Calls to our watchlist in the weeks and months ahead.

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Unilever PLC (UL) – Shares of UL spiked this morning on the heels of Unilever rejecting a $140B+ takeover bid. We’re looking to potentially take advantage of the resulting hype with an idea for possible daytrades.

We’re going to be keeping an eye on the UL Weekly $42.50-47.50 Calls for the chance at some quick-strike gain opportunities.


Extended Watchlist:
FNHI, KNSC, IDGC, VNUE, ARSN, BSTG