Interesting RETC Development & More

Dewmar International BMC, Inc. DEWM 

We have been seeing a lot of OTC runners cropping up recently, with another hot play coming off of our extended watchlist yet again in yesterday’s report.

The stock traded nearly a billion and a half shares as it ran from a daily low of .0012 up as high as .0035. That represented an intraday rip of 192% and with that kind of spike in volume and volatility, we’ll certainly want to maintain a close watch over this breakout play.
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12 Retech Corp. RETC – New Update 

As we were mentioning yesterday morning, RETC is another big OTC runner that we’ve seen make moves of over 500% since 04/21.

Yesterday, per the following post on his Twitter page, George Sharp was awarded custodianship of the company. He has a reputation for exposing fraud and working with legitimate companies, and thus it may have intriguing ramifications for the direction and status of RETC moving forward.

The stock is gapping up to new highs this morning as well, so things continue to be quite interesting with RETC, and should remain so in the days and weeks ahead.


T-Mobile US, Inc. TMUS – Options Recap

The standout options idea from yesterday morning’s premarket report was our target in the T-Mobile chain, the TMUS Weekly $129-131 Calls. 

Following its report of strong Q1 earnings and guidance, not to mention a heavy influx of new subscribers, the stock tested new highs, and provided the following considerable gain opportunities on the day:

TMUS Weekly $129-131 Calls 
$129 : 2.91-5.86 (+101%)
$130 : 1.92-5.32 (+177%)
$131 : 1.64-3.90 (+137%)
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Fresh Options Ideas:
PYPL Weekly $255-260 Calls
BUD Weekly $73-74 Calls
LIN 05/21 $290-300 Calls 


Extended Watchlist:
RNVA, BLDV, DSCR, FBCD, PJET, MSRT, ELRA, ALF, MITO, IFBD, AMS

Clean Sweep on Options Plays & More

Solid Options Gainers: 

Our premarket report yesterday morning, like most days, included a bank of fresh earnings-related options ideas for our readers’ consideration. Yesterday’s new plays were the PFE Weekly $39.50-40 Calls, the CVS Weekly $78-79 Calls, and the COP Weekly $52.50-53.50 Calls. As our regular followers are perfectly aware, we get the most out of post-earnings report targets because of the increased volatility that typically follows earnings figures. 

Unsurprisingly, we hit on each and every target we we established, and those ideas posted the following moves and total possible intraday profits for traders:

PFE Weekly $39.50-40 Calls
$39.50 : .32-.75 (+134%)
$40 : .12-.44 (+267%)
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CVS Weekly $78-79 Calls
$78 : 1.28-3.30 (+158%)
$78.50 : 1.02-2.86 (+180%)
$79 : .65-2.36 (+263%)
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COP Weekly $52.50-53.50 Calls
$52.50 : .60-1.12 (+87%)
$53 : .44-.87 (+97%)
$53.50 : .32-.67 (+109%)


Fresh Options Ideas:
MTCH Weekly $144-148 Calls
ATVI Weekly $92.50-94 Calls
TMUS Weekly $129-131 Calls 


OTC Review: 

We’ve also got a couple of brief updates on some OTC Runners we’ve been tracking. The links provided point to our initial alerts on the following plays, along with the total increases they made subsequent to those points.

Good Vibrations Shoes, Inc. GVSI:
First Alert: 04/20
Subsequent Range: .0036-.0459
Total Possible Gain: 1175%
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12 Retech Corp. RETC:
First Alert: 04/27
Subsequent Range: .0015-.0096
Total Possible Gain: 540%


Extended Watchlist:
AVVH, BPSR, VINS, WSGF, BRYYF, FERN, CCAJ, DEWM, SANP, WTII

Blue Horseshoe Stocks: BABA Review & More

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd BABA – Options Review

We saw the contracts we highlighted yesterday morning in the BABA chain make solid multi-bag moves. The BABA Weekly $162.50-170 Calls were our targets, and each one took off for the following moves starting at around 10AM.

$244.50 Calls – Range: 2.58-5.65 – Max Gain: 119%
$245 Calls – Range: 1.26-3.50 – Max Gain: 171%
$245.50 Calls – Range: .52-1.79 – Max Gain: 244%
$246 Calls – Range: .18-.74 – Max Gain: 311%

We also want to continue to keep our eye on these plays to close out the week*, as further increases are a possibility. While BABA’s PPS tapered back into the close, we’re seeing yet another gap up in the premarket this morning.


Wal-Mart Stores, Inc  WMT

Despite seeing a pullback following its earnings report yesterday, WMT rebounded off of support and managed to close near its high of day and is up slightly in early trading this morning.

There may be an opportunity in the WMT Weekly $79.50 & $80 Calls* so we’ll have those on our radars as we wrap up another trading week.

*We don’t include mentions of weekly options contracts on a Friday without explicitly warning our readers every single time. Trading weekly options at the end of the week is an exceedingly risky proposition that should never be attempted by beginning or novice traders!


Extended Watchlist:
DCTH, MNGA, SPWH, CTIC, CBAY, TOPS, THC,
DEWM (Cannabis News)