Blue Horseshoe Stocks: Fresh Options Ideas

The Greenbrier Companies, Inc. GBX

The first thing that jumped out to us on this morning’s routine market scan was GBX. The only company on the earnings calendar with a market cap of more than a billion dollars, it’s also boasting an attractive bottom setup on the chart.

We’re going to tag the GBX 04/18 $30-35 Calls for observation, which gives us a couple of weeks to see more a rebound from the stock, which just began to rise off of in recent;y established 52-lows.
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FRESH OPTIONS IDEAS
SPDR S&P500 ETF (SPY) Weekly $287-288 Calls 
Constellation Brands, Inc. STZ Weekly $187.50 Calls


InspireMD, Inc. NSPR

We also will be placing another recently struggling stock in NSPR on bottom watch this morning. With it just having registered new 52-week lows yesterday, it would appear there may be slightly further to fall before a rebound is imminent, if we look at the indicators, but we’ll start tracking it now.

The stock was trading at twice this amount barely over a month ago, so the potential for rapidly recovery is also there.



Extended Watchlist:
TROV, CNET, DCAR, CRBP, KIQ

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Blue Horseshoe Stocks: Retail Earnings Plays

Retail Earnings Ideas

Two of the biggest names jumping out to us off of the earnings calendar this morning are a couple of giants in the retail space, Target and Kohls. We want to formulate some options ideas to correspond with good reports from both companies.

Target Corp. TGT - In the case of Target, the company exceeded expectations on the street for both sales and earnings, while guidance for the remainder of 2019 was promising. That’s just the type pof release we  are always looking out for, and we are going to be tracking the TGT Weekly $75-77 Calls on the heels of this report.
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Kohl’s Corp. KSS - The story is much the same for Kohls. Beats on profits, sales, and earnings sent shares flying in the premarket, so we want to be ready with an idea here as well. We’ll monitor the KSS Weekly $68.50-70.50 Calls as we head into midweek.
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SPDR S&P500 ETF (SPY) – Recap

Fresh for yesterday morning, we signaled some daily calls in the SPY, the SPY 03/04 $280.50-282 Calls, and despite a couple of those being too far out of the money to experience significant moves, we did see a nice performance from the $280.50 Calls. Those ran from ,28 up to .50, good for an intraday pop of 82%


Extended Watchlist:
LB, CIEN, RTTR, IDEX, CTRP, DCAR,

Blue Horseshoe Stocks: SPY Recap & More

SPDR S&P 500 ETF (SPY) – Recap

Our primary focus in Friday morning’s premarket report was the SPY, for which we had signaled and tracked a range of calls the previous day. Our initial targets were the SPY Weekly $270-272 Calls. and Friday we expanded that range to include the SPY Weekly $272.50-274 Calls.

After another bullish session for the SPY on Friday, we’ve got updates to the highs and overall possible gains on our original contracts, as well as the maximum intraday profits that could have been seized with our rolled up strike prices. All in all, we ended up with two incredible sets of one and two-day runners without a single dud in the bunch!

$270 Calls – Range: .85-5.32 – Max Gain: 526%
$270.50 Calls – Range: .70-4.69 – Max Gain: 570%
$271 Calls – Range: .52-4.33 – Max Gain: 733%
$271.50 Calls – Range: .39-3.80 – Max Gain: 874%
$272 Calls – Range: .30-3.31 – Max Gain: 1003%

$272.50 Calls – Range: .60-2.84 – Max Gain: 373%
$273 Calls – Range: .55-2.36 – Max Gain: 329%
$273.50 Calls – Range: .43-1.89 – Max Gain: 339%
$274 Calls – Range: .17-1.42 – Max Gain: 735%


DropCar Inc. DCAR

Catching our eye as a potential bottom-bounceplay this morning is DCAR, which, prior to today, has already begun to come up off of recently registered lows on Friday. As you can see on the included chart, our favorite indicators are clearly pointing up, with a MACD cross underway and a rapidly strengthening RSI.

This morning, a new catalyst has entered into the mix, with the company reporting a new agreement with Jaguar/Land Rover Manhattan. The dealership will use DropCar’s Enterprise Vehicle Assistance & Logistics technology platform to automate the pickup and delivery of customer vehicles for service and maintenance.

Despite gapping up moderately in the premarket, is still a fair bit of unrealized upside potential, so we’ll add DCAR to our radars and keep a close watch over it in coming sessions.


Extended Watchlist:
RAD, DPW, NAK, HZM, HD, BPMX, NBL, PGTI, NXPI, CVRS(FDA Approval)