Blue Horseshoe Stocks: Bottom-Plays & More

DISH Network Corp DISH

There’s a possible bottom-bounce opportunity brewing with DISH, with the stock posting its first bullish session after a string of five consecutive days of getting beaten to a pulp.

We want to signal a range of September calls that would stand to make considerable moves if the stock can mount an extended recovery. We like the volatility that DISH provides, and will be looking for it to test the 200DMA (61.38) while  tracking the DISH 09/08 $60-62.50 Calls over the days and weeks ahead.  .


Snap, Inc. SNAP

This is another stock that’s gotten beaten up recently, but instead of a handful of sessions, SNAP has been under consolidation for more than two months. In fact, the vast majority of the time since its IPO has been spent on the backslide.   It only recently began to record higher lows off of its newly established all-time low, and indicators on the chart suggest that a more convincing rebound could be in the cards.

We’ll want to pay close attention to the company’s post-market earnings call this afternoon, which could be a turning point in the early history of this relatively new stock.


Post-Earnings Gappers

We’re seeing premarket gap-ups for all three of the following stocks. We’re going to issue some options ideas for each chain to watch for day trades and or swing trades into tomorrow, depending on the activity we observe.  

Macy’s, Inc. M – Weekly $22-24 Calls
Perrigo Co. plc PRGO – Weekly $73-75 Calls
Canada Goose Holdings, Inc. GOOS – Weekly $19-20.50 Calls


Extended Watchlist:
DPW, XXII, HDSN, RADA, IDXG

Blue Horseshoe Stocks: HUGE Day on Friday & More

Recapping Our HUGE Day on Friday

We had winners cropping up all across the board on Friday, with our options idea, as well as a couple stocks from our watchlist all having really solid sessions to close out the week, the month, and the 2nd Quarter.

Nike, inc. NKE – We signaled our interest in a range of Nike calls, and were not disappointed in the results. Our targets were the 07/07 $55.50-57 Calls and they all posted considerable gains on the day.

$55.50 Calls – Range: 1.89-4.01 – Max Gain: 112%
$56 Calls – Range: .98-3.33 – Max Gain: 240%
$56.50 Calls – Range: .77-2.95 – Max Gain: 283%
$57 Calls – Range: .51-2.52 – Max Gain: 394%

NKE wasn’t the first set of options ideas we crushed last week. We also tagged contracts in the DRI and CBI chains that subsequently went on multi-bag runs. As always, we strive to deliver a varied range of ideas for traders, and options are a huge part of that.
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Digital Power Corp. DPW - After tagging it in our watchlist in Friday’s premarket report, DPW had a very respectable intraday swing right out the gate that morning. The stock ran from a low of .65 and reached as high as 1.05, which represents a 62% pop.

The stock couldn’t sustain more than half of that gain into the close, however it is trading up slightly in the premarket today. We’ll want to continue to monitor this play, watching for the building of higher base levels of support over the course of this short and divided holiday week.
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ShiftPixy, Inc. PIXY – Speaking of solid runners from Friday’s report that are showing signs of bullish premarket activity today, we’ve also got PIXY, a stock that IPO’d on Friday. A close contact in our vast network of traders gave us the heads up on the commencement of trading in PIXY, and we took the opportunity to pass it along to our readers by including it in our watchlist.

We weren’t sorry that we did, as its first day of trading was very positive. From its opening price of 6.30, PIXY traded up to 7.74, for a respectable intraday rise of 23%, nearly all of which it held into the close. This morning, the stock is gapping up in the premarket, having already hit a new high of 8.48 and extended our observed range to 35%

We’re quite anxious to see how this new stock will progress from here, even if the timing of tomorrow’s holiday isn’t ideal. If PIXY continues to be a huge hit with the investment community, just remember, you heard it here first!


The Players Network PNTV

Given the fact that it streaked to new all time highs to close out the week on Friday, we want to swing back around to pat ourselves on the back heartily for PNTV.

We originally brought this stock to our readers back in October of last year, after which time the stock was trading for as little as .012. Flash forward to Friday of last week, and the stock has rocketed all the way to .127 marking an incredible increase of 958%

However, even if you’re newer to our reports and only caught our most recent alert on PNTV on June 13th, you still had the opportunity for profits of up to 34% as the range in that time span ran from .0951 to the new high of.127. With the stock firmly blue sky territory, there’s no telling where this ride will end up!

Additionally, Nevada’s recreational marijuana sales kicked off over the weekend, so that ramps up the intrigue with this play, considering the fact that the company was recently grated two licenses to supply recreational consumers in that state.


Extended Watchlist:
CARA, EYES, SPEX, NSPR, RATE, OPXA,

Blue Horseshoe Stocks: SPEX, Options Recaps & More

Spherix Corp. SPEX

After initially signaling our interest in SPEX on June 20th, we’ve seen quite a run out of the stock as its gone from a low of .9505, and streaked to new highs this week.

SPEX gained some good ground on Wednesday, and yesterday morning we urged readers to look out for a momentum continuation- that’s precisely what came to pass. From daily low of 2.83 the stock streaked to 4.75. That went down as an intraday push of 68% and a total increase since we’ve been tracking this play amounting to a whopping 400% in barely a week’s time.

Volume remained strong, with SPEX trading more than 40X the monthly average volume on the day. We’ll want to see it continue to build higher base levels of support and hopefully continue to push the upper envelope.


CHF Solutions, Inc. CHFS

Also tagged in yesterday’s premarket report was CHFS, and it too made a pretty good move on the day. Volume was just dribbling in over the course of the morning, but shortly after lunch hour, the stock sprung into action.

From a low of .70 it reached as high as 1.08, which represents a 54% intraday pop. Our observed increase has been extended this morning as well, with premarket trading carrying CHFS even higher. Given the fact that this move was catalyzed by an FDA approval notice, we wouldn’t be surprised at all to see this blossom into a multi-day runner.


Chicago Bridge & Iron Co. CBI – Options Update

On Wednesday morning, we highlight a range of contracts in the CBI chain that we were interested in tracking, the CBI Weekly $20-22 Calls. As happens more often than not when we set our sights on an options play, every single contract has been good for sizable gains since our alert.

$20 Calls – Range: .75-1.90 – Max Gain: 153%
$20.50 Calls – Range: .38-1.30 – Max Gain: 242%
$21 Calls – Range: .25-1.22 – Max Gain: 388%
$21.50 Calls – Range: .20-.80 – Max Gain: 300%
$22 Calls – Range: .11-.55 – Max Gain: 400%

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Fresh Options Idea: Nike, inc. NKE 07/07 $55.50-57 Calls


Extended Watchlist:
PIXY, SKLN, DPW, FSC HAIN, ITKG. OMER