Blue Horseshoe Stocks: RXMD Update & More

Progressive Care, Inc. RXMD

We’re coming back to RXMD once again to review this unstoppable momentum play that has appeared in five of our last six reports. After our initial mention of this play on February 22nd, we witnessed a low of .0663 and it hasn’t looked back since.

Continuing its impressive trajectory into blue skies, with every uptick the stock attains a new five year high. Yesterday it reached .265, which represents an observed increase of 301% in a matter of roughly three weeks! As measured from Monday of last week at its low of .1171, it managed a one week swing of 126%


DPW Holdings. Inc. DPW

We want to tag DPW this morning as a potential bottom bouncer, after noticing an interesting chart setup.

As we’ve pointed out on the following snapshot, the stock has come down to what we feel is a pretty solid area of support, and looks like it may try to make a run at its 50DMA. It also saw a pretty good surge in volume yesterday, so we’ll place it on watch today.


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Fresh Options Idea:

DSW, Inc. DSW Weekly $17.50 & $20 Calls


Extended Watchlist:
RKDA, AIPT, INPX, ATUS,

Blue Horseshoe Stocks: Friday’s Big Winners & More

Abercrombie & Fitch Co. ANF – Options Recap

We initially placed a pair of options ideas for ANF on watch in our premarket report Thursday, highlighting the ANF Weekly $10 & $11 Calls.

We saw multi-bag moves in those contracts that day, and Friday morning, we noted yet another premarket gap-up from the stock, mentioning that we would continue to track for more gains.

. The $10 Calls traded up to a new high of 2.41, and from our observed low of .60 on Thursday, extended  the total move we saw to 302%  The $11 Calls ran to a new high of 1.38, which from our witnessed low of .11 represented a monster two-day swing from Thursday’s low of 1154%


DSW, Inc. DSW – Options Recap

We went very options-heavy in our reports throughout last week, and another idea that bore fruit on Friday was one we formulated on Tuesday morning, with the DSW 09/15 $17.50 & $20 Calls.

In this case, the $17.50‘s were as low as 1.15 after our signal, and closed at 2.72 on Friday, marking a four-session swing of 137% The $20′s ran from .30 to as much as .80, for a 167% move.

There’s still plenty of time before expiration on these contracts, so we won’t rule out seeing further positive activity in the days and weeks ahead.


Amazon, Inc. AMZN

To keep this options train chugging down the tracks, we’re going to highlight a range of contracts in the AMZN chain.

AMZN stock itself has been under consolidation and is presently sitting around an area of previous support. A lot of eyes are on the company as well as its first day as the official owner of Whole Foods brought sweeping price cuts at the high-dollar supermarkets.

We’re going to look to the AMZN 10/06 $965-980 Calls for an extended term idea, which could yield significant gains once a reversal occurs on the chart.



Tandem Diabetes Care, Inc. TNDM

We also want to place TNDM on watch for the reasons outlined in the annotated chart below. The stock cracked its 50DMA last week after recently having fallen to new lows, so we want to put in on the radar for a potential recovery play.


Extended Watchlist:
ASPS, KITE, JUNO, DCTH, EYES, FRSX, ALQA

Blue Horseshoe Stocks: Fresh Options Ideas & More

DSW Inc. DSW

In terms of things we routinely look for in stocks that we set our sights upon, DSW seems to currently have a lot to offer. It’s a stock that has just registered a new annual low, while rapidly approaching heavily oversold territory according to indicators on the chart.

The company also happens to have released its quarterly earnings this morning, the results of which exceeded expectations as DSW recorded its first same-store sales increases since 2015.

With all these things going for it, it seems only logical for us to formulate an options idea to put on our radars and monitor over the next few weeks. We’re going to have our eye on the DSW 09/15 $17.50 & $20 Calls.


Zion Oil & Gas, Inc. ZN

We’ve spotted a nice chart setup on ZN as well on our routine morning scan today. We’ve pointed that out on the chart below.

The stock had a really nice run back in June that carried it from the 1.40 area up to $7, and after consolidating off of those highs during the past several weeks, it seems to have found support and begun its next up-cycle.

Hypothetically, a return to the highs it saw earlier in the summer, would mean more than a double-bagger from current pricing.


Extended Watchlist:
ARCI, F, CLF, MTBC, FALC, WATT