Blue Horseshoe Stocks: BLNK, Bottom-Play & More

Blink Charging Co. BLNK

We signaled our interest in BLNK in yesterday morning’s premarket report via the Extended Watchlist, and we’re happy to report on what was a very productive first day of observation.

From a low of 4.34, BLNK made a highly respectable intraday run to 6.34, marking an intraday push of 46% Prior to Monday’s session, wherein the stock picked up in a big way, it had been trading sideways for quite some time. We will be interested in monitoring this play for the possibility of a more sustained uptrend in the days ahead.


Gogo. Inc. GOGO

We want to also bring some attention to the massive selloff which has occurred over the past three trading days. After trading for nearly $10/share, a disappointing earnings release and subsequent Moody’s downgrade has precipitated close to a 50% drop, leaving GOGO trading at just above $5.

We’re going to want to put this one on intensive bottom-watch, as we prepare for possible course correction leading to a bounce play opportunity.


Fresh Options Idea:
Trip Advisor, Inc. TRIP Weekly $45.50 & $46 Calls


Extended Watchlist:
UURAF, TRXC, PLUG, LC, MNKD, GRPN, ICHR, TWLO

Blue Horseshoe Stocks: JCP Options Recap & More

JC Penney Co. Inc. JCP – Options Update

On Friday morning, we offered up a fresh options trading idea for JCP to track in the wake of an earnings beat for the retailer. The specific targets we selected were the JCP 08/19 $9.50-10.50 Calls and after the excellent intraday move from JCP itself (9.70-10.72) each of those sets of contracts yielded the chance at some big-time single-session gains.

The total possible profits for on the day for each were as follows:

$9.50 Calls – Range:  .44-1.16 – Max Gain: 164%
$10 Calls – Range: .16-.79 – Max Gain: 394%
$10.50 Calls – Range: 1.23-2.61 – Max Gain: 640%

With the expiration on these contracts set for Friday, we’ll have the remainder of the week to continue observing these plays if the activity in JCP stock allows.


El Capitan Precious Metals, Inc. ECPN

We also want to provide an update on the performance of another idea we submitted to our readers last week,. We tagged ECPN for observation in Wednesday morning’s premarket report, and the stock spent the next three sessions trending up.

The low we witnessed on Wednesday came in at .1222 and that eventually gave rise to a new high of .1989 on Friday afternoon, marking a solid three-day swing of 63%  It also managed to close quite near its high-of-day, so we’ll be interested to continue following its progress as we kick off a new trading week.

It’s also worth it to mention that at present, ECPN is receiving a rare 100% ‘Buy’ Rating across the board for short, medium, and long term over at BARCHART.COM.


Extended Watchlist:
EPSC, INMG, ORIG, GOGO, TNXP

Blue Horseshoe Stocks: EYES, BIOC Recaps, RSHCQ & More

Biocept, Inc. BIOC

BIOC continued to roll for the third straight day yesterday since we tagged the play in Monday’s extended watchlist. We witnessed a trading ramnge from 3.90-4.91, which marked an intraday move of 26% on nearly 12x its monthly average volume.

Calculated from the low of 1.71 which we observed on Monday, yesterday’s high represented an overall increase of 187% in a span of just three sessions.


Second Sight Medical Products, Inc.  EYES

We added EYES into the mix in Tuesday’s report, and it too continued to trend up yesterday. The stock traded in a daily range from 11.25 to 14.75, a healthy 31% intraday run.

From our observed low of 9.55 on Tuesday, yesterday’s high was equal to a 54% session-over-session move.


RadioShack Corp. RSHCQ

We want to update our readers on RadioShack today, which despite its ongoing bankruptcy proceedings, has been a winning selection for us this year. We first jumped on it in our report published on the morning of February 9th, whereupon we witnessed a low of .1251 and on Tuesday, the stock hit .37, which comes out to a twelve-session increase of 196%

Yesterday we received word of the approval from a U.S. Bankruptcy Court judge to auction off roughly 2,000 RadioShack stores, with an initial bid of $200M having been entered by the Standard General hedge fund.

Lawyers for RadioShack claim that the company has received bids on the leases of more than 200 of the 1,100 locations slated for immediate shutdown, including interest from a unit of GameStop Corp. >> View Article

We’ll be interested to monitoring RSHCQ as events continue to unfold in coming weeks.


Yesterday’s Extended Watchlist Movers 

We also had a number of plays from yesterday’s extended watchlist make notable moves:

Legend Oil & Gas, Ltd. LOGL enjoyed an early pop, running straight out of the gate from a low of .0038 to as high as .0049; good enough for a quick intraday scalp of up to 29%

BenefitFocus, Inc. BNFT produced a substantial spike for a stock trading in its price range, rising steadily from its low 32.15 to hit 37.94, a gain of 18%

SFX Entertainment, Inc. SFXE also recorded a modest intraday increase of 14% as it traded in a range from 4.36 to 4.95. It’s worth mentioning that while the CEO of SFXE is attempting to take the company private, the board has come under investigation regarding the equitability of the proposed terms of that deal. Anyone considering SFXE should make themselves fully aware of that situation as it unfolds. >>> GO TO PR


Extended Watchlist:
ELX, PVA, ATOS, FRO, NXTD, GOGO(Signed deal with Delta)

Blue Horseshoe Stocks: DGLY, GOGO, JRJC & Extended Watchlist

Digital Ally, Inc. DGLY

DGLY came off of yesterday’s extended watchlist to perform admirably. The stock has been trading quite actively after some recent news that the company had been receiving inquiries from law enforcement agencies about its FirstVU HD Officer-Worn Video System, following recent events in Ferguson, Missouri. DGLY’s system seems like it would be a great way to achieve maximum accountability for street-level police officers.

We saw DGLY trading at 5.75 yesterday morning, and it would go on to hit 8.00 on more than 7x its monthly average volume, so cheers to anyone who was able to take advantage of that 39% intraday move.



China Finance Online Companies, Inc. JRJC

JRJC was another play off of yesterday’s extended watchlist to have a pretty good session. The stock came out of the gate trading at a low of 9.26 and gradually pushed its way up to a high of 11.88 over the course of the morning and into the early afternoon. That was good for possible gains of up to 28% on over 10x its 1-month average volume.


Gogo, Inc. GOGO

GOGO is a stock we were mentioning back in the spring, which made a small move, but then went into a months-long consolidation that culminated in recent lows in the $14-range.

After posting higher highs and higher lows over the past six sessions, GOGO cracked its 50DMA yesterday, so we thought it’d be good to watch this stock more intently as it trends off of its bottom.

While there’s nothing certain about it, we’ve heard some buyout rumors floating around about GOGO, which adds an extra element of interest to this play.


Extended Watchlist:
DRNE, DRL, TOPS, PSMI, MSN

Blue Horseshoe Stocks: GRCU, SPEX, Options & Extended Watchlist

Green Cures & Botanical Distribution Inc. GRCU

We made sure to tag this long-time favorite yesterday on its first day trading as GRCU (Formerly TTDZ), and the stock made a couple of nice swings for us.

It played out a dip and rip scenario, trading up to .039 first thing in the morning before coming back to bounce off of the ,029 -level and making a subsequent 21% move to .035. It dipped back to .029 once again before running back to .0325, tacking on an extra 12% to possible gains for the day.

Moving forward, we’d like to see GRCU hold support above yesterday’s swing-low of .029, and attempt to break through resistance at .039.

Green Cures’ product line is Green Magic, which is sold at allbotanical.com; They also have a product called Hemjoba, a phytocannabinoid (compound found in cannabis) topical pain relieving lotion.

With some key changes in management coming as well, we won’t want to let GRCU slip off of our radars in the foreseeable future.


Spherix, Inc. SPEX

After including SPEX in our Extended Watchlist yesterday, we were especially pleased with the monster session it put forth. After opening at 1.69, it traded all the way up to 3.20; a solid 89% move on huge volume.  If we’ve said it once we’ve said it a hundred times. Plays like these are exactly why it’s so important to monitor our Extended Watchlist plays as intensively as those that we feature. Hidden gems like this are turning up all the time.

SPEX has already traded in a range from 3.35-4.25 in pre-market trading this morning, so we’ll be open to the possibility of a nice bounceplay wif and when eventual profit-taking begins to pull this one back. Those just showing up to this party will want to be on the lookout for that reversal, and be ready to snipe some quick gains on a possible dip-and-rip.


Options Calls Continue To Pay Dividends on Record Bull Run

All of the big-board momentum plays that we’ve been tracking options in since last week continued to yield us prime opportunities yesterday. Multiple times, we’ve reminded readers of the high potential in PCLN, FB, TSLA, GOGO, DDD, and of course, AAPL.

If people were in-sync with our line of thinking heading into yesterday’s session, it’s highly likely that they came away with some serious profit trading options calls in any of these plays.

The bullish trend in the overall market hasn’t yet exhibited any clear signs of slowing down, even as it pushes to new all-time highs.


Extended Watchlist:
IGC, CYTR, FCEL, DRWI