PVH Corp. PVH
PVH has demanded our repeat attention for nearly an entire trading week now. We were just updating our readers yesterday morning with the fantastic gains we’ve seen from our options idea, the PVH 09/20 $75-85 Calls, since last Tuesday.
We’ve had to return each morning to update readers on the new highs these plays have been registering each day. Today will be no different, with significant extensions to our total observed ranges being logged with yesterday’s session. Please note, these are the lows following our alert last Tuesday, to yesterday’s subsequent highs.
$75 Calls – Range: 5.10-14.25 – Max Gain: 179%
$80 Calls – Range: 2.00-9.60 – Max Gain: 380%
$85 Calls – Range: .55-5.07 – Max Gain: 789%
With nearly two weeks remaining until expiration, we can’t rule out even more increases coming to these plays. They’ll remain on our radar for the time being.
Weatherford International plc WFTIQ
Also catching our eye today, thanks to our longtime reader Mark, is a news release by an OTC company which has just scored a huge contract with PBR (Petrobras), a stock that we have an extensive history covering. It is Brazil’s state run oil conglomerate, and the deal represents the biggest score for WFTIQ to date.
We’ll include a clip of, and link to, the PR below, and what we’re looking at for the stock is the potential for some rapid near-term gains as a response to the big news.
BAAR, Switzerland, Sept. 10, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Weatherford International plc (OTC-PINK: WFTIQ) (the “Company” or “Weatherford”), announced the signing of an $87 million contract for fishing and intervention services with Petrolio Brasileiro S.A., which is more commonly known as Brazilian-based multinational corporation Petrobras. The four-year agreement represents the largest fishing contract ever signed by Weatherford. It also constitutes the largest single global award for this scope in the recent past. (>>View Full PR)
FuelCell Energy, Inc. FCEL
FCEL is a play we’ve also been familiar with in the past, and we tagged in yesterday morning’s premarket watchlist after the company’s big Q3 revenue beat on Friday.
It was a solid choice, with the stock making a nice move on day for us. FCEL traded in a range from .48-.64, marking a move of 33% We’ll be interested to see if it can build off of that momentum and continue to rise up off of its recent relative lows.
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