Blue Horseshoe Stocks: TNDM Recap & More

Tandem Diabetes Corp. TNDM

First up this morning, we want to recap the performance of TNDM, since slating it for observation on April 11th. The following day, the stock found support at 6.62, and hasn’t looked back since.

Yesterday, after what has been a bullish period that has already persisted for weeks on end, the stock hit a new high of 11.30. That works out to an upswing of 71% in just a shade over a month, and the highest PPS the stock has seen for more than eight months. We’re not that far off from seeing TNDM test the highs from its huge run back in August of last year.

Stein Mart, Inc. SMRT

We also would like to backtrack to a call we made even earlier in the year that has made some excellent long term progress. We signaled interest in SMRT back on March 16th, and in these past two months the stock has done little else but continue to bull its way upward.

From the 1.33 low we witnessed shortly after that alert, SMRT has gone on  to reach a high of 3.35. That works out to a gain of 152%

The Home Depot, Inc. HD – Options Idea

HD was already looking a bit top-heavy, and that’s before the company released a an exceedingly disappointing quarterly report.

We’re going to want to track a range of bearish options ideas to correspond with the present situation- the HD Weekly $187.50-182.50 Puts.

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Blue Horseshoe Stocks: SPY Recap & More

SPDR S&P 500 ETF (SPY) – Recap

Our primary focus in Friday morning’s premarket report was the SPY, for which we had signaled and tracked a range of calls the previous day. Our initial targets were the SPY Weekly $270-272 Calls. and Friday we expanded that range to include the SPY Weekly $272.50-274 Calls.

After another bullish session for the SPY on Friday, we’ve got updates to the highs and overall possible gains on our original contracts, as well as the maximum intraday profits that could have been seized with our rolled up strike prices. All in all, we ended up with two incredible sets of one and two-day runners without a single dud in the bunch!

$270 Calls – Range: .85-5.32 – Max Gain: 526%
$270.50 Calls – Range: .70-4.69 – Max Gain: 570%
$271 Calls – Range: .52-4.33 – Max Gain: 733%
$271.50 Calls – Range: .39-3.80 – Max Gain: 874%
$272 Calls – Range: .30-3.31 – Max Gain: 1003%

$272.50 Calls – Range: .60-2.84 – Max Gain: 373%
$273 Calls – Range: .55-2.36 – Max Gain: 329%
$273.50 Calls – Range: .43-1.89 – Max Gain: 339%
$274 Calls – Range: .17-1.42 – Max Gain: 735%

DropCar Inc. DCAR

Catching our eye as a potential bottom-bounceplay this morning is DCAR, which, prior to today, has already begun to come up off of recently registered lows on Friday. As you can see on the included chart, our favorite indicators are clearly pointing up, with a MACD cross underway and a rapidly strengthening RSI.

This morning, a new catalyst has entered into the mix, with the company reporting a new agreement with Jaguar/Land Rover Manhattan. The dealership will use DropCar’s Enterprise Vehicle Assistance & Logistics technology platform to automate the pickup and delivery of customer vehicles for service and maintenance.

Despite gapping up moderately in the premarket, is still a fair bit of unrealized upside potential, so we’ll add DCAR to our radars and keep a close watch over it in coming sessions.

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Blue Horseshoe Stocks: VAPE Recap, Options & More

Yesterday’s Winning Plays

Vape Holdings, Inc. VAPE – This stock has been appearing in our reports sporadically for several months, and yesterday we re-mentioned it just in the nick of time to allow ourselves to catch intraday gains of up to 98% as it surged from .0045 to .0089. It marked a single-session gain of 98% and was by far the most impressive play of the day.


CTI BioPharma Corp. CTIC – We’ve been hot on the trail of CTIC since releasing our morning report last Wednesday, and yesterday the stock continued to push its upper limits as it has done each day since. On the morning of our initial alert we observed a low of .45 in CTIC, and as of yesterday’s high of .71 had seen a solid increase of 60% in a span of just four sessions.


Arcis Resources Corp. ARCS – Despite falling to new daily lows over the course of the afternoon, ARCS did provide an opportunity for quick-witted traders right at the outset of the session. The stock rapidly ran from .0026-.0057, representing a shot at up to 119% in gains before the bottom fell out. The stock closed at its low of .002, so we may want to scan for the possibility of an upcoming bottom-bounce.


Added Note: Seeing healthy activity out of VAPE and ARCS, both cannabis-related stocks, reminds us of another play in the space that has made some big moves for us in the past and has just started to come up off of a bottom. That’s why we’ll also be watching GreenGro Technologfies, Inc. GRNH in sessions to come.

 New Options Ideas

We want to signal a set of options ideas for each of the following retailers in the wake of earnings beats this morning. We’ll be tracking these calls for potential intraday/intraweek trade opportunities:

Macy’s, Inc. M – Macy’s earnings and guidance are engendering investor confidence in the firm’s ability to streamline its business in 2016, and adapt to the changing marketplace. The resultant chart activity has us interested in tracking M Weekly $41.50-45 Calls.

The Home Depot, Inc. HD – In this case, our target range is going to be the HD Weekly $125-129 Calls.   Home Depot issued its report citing record earnings, and restated its plans to move forward with an $11B share repurchase program to be transacted by the end of fiscal 2017.

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Blue Horseshoe Stocks: Reviewing Friday’s Big Winners & More

Friday’s Big Winners

We enjoyed a spectacular session on Friday, with quite a few of the stocks we flagged in our premarket report posting impressive intraday gains.

Cabo Verde Capital, Inc. CAPV

Chief among the big movers we were tracking was CAPV, which made an epic run from subpenny territory well into pennyland on more than 25-times its average monthly volume.

The stock broke out from an early low of .006 to touch .028, a hearty 324% swing. CAPV also managed to maintain more than 50% of its daily advance, and coupled with the level of volume we’ve witnessed, we’ll need to keep a spot on our radar screens reserved for this play for the possibility of a momentum carryover.


Cardinal Resources, Inc. CDNL

Speaking of momentum movers, we began tracking CDNL closely starting with our morning report on Tuesday, after which time we observed a low of .0057. Subsequent to that, the stock has pressed higher in each of the ensuing four sessions leading up to a massive new high on Friday.

From a daily low of .015 it surged to a high of .0245, marking a 63% intraday rip, and an overall swing of 330% above our observed low on Tuesday. CDNL also closed with strength at .023 and thus will remain on our watchlist for the time being.


Brownie’s Marine Group, Inc. BWMG

Additionally, we included BWMG on Friday’s Extended Watchlist, and were rewarded with a heck of a daily swing from this subpenny stock.

It traded in a range from .0034, and ran into the close to end the session at its high-of-day of .0075. That presented traders with the chance to bag up to 120% profit.

Home Depot, Inc. HD – Options Recap

Now, we’ll take an opportunity to review Friday’s action in a couple of options ideas that we identified on Wednesday as being high-potential, provided HD could continue its bullish push. The Weekly $127 and $128 Calls were our proposed targets, and the nice move HD itself made on Friday facilitated some huge chances for gain in our targeted contracts.

The $127 Calls ran from .65-2.88 for a nice 343% jump, which actually paled in comparison to the $128′s. Those exploded from .08 to 1.99- good for a mind-numbing 2387% single-session run!

We’ve actually had higher one-day percentage gains from a few other options ideas we’ve formulated this year, but this will certainly go down in the books as one of the biggest.

TerraForm Power, Inc. TERP

We also took notice of TERP after it had a big late-day run on Friday, followed by some after-hours Form-4 filings. We’re going to signal this one as a potential extended-term recovery play. We’ll need to see it continue to establish higher levels of support off of the new 52-week lows it registered on Thursday.

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Blue Horseshoe Stocks: Recapping Tuesday’s Epic Session & More

Premier Biomedical, Inc. BIEI

First up this morning is a review of the eye-popping performance of BIEI so far this week. We included it in Monday’s premarket report and the stock ran 180% intraday from .003-.0084 during that session. After a strong close which we felt qualified it a prime momentum-play candidate, we reiterated our interest yesterday morning. BIEI rewarded us yet again!

From the previous day’s closing price of .0077, we witnessed the stock explode to a daily high of .0329, an excellent intraday move of 327% From Monday’s low of .003, the high represents a swing of 997% That puts BIEI just shy of ten-bagger status in a period of only two sessions!

Big cheers go out to any of our readers who were able to take advantage of this play.



We’ve prepared a video chart this morning to go over the stellar performance of not only BIEI, but also a couple of other stocks that have recently appeared in our reports that had some nice moves of their own. Lithium Exploration group Inc. LEXG (.096-.19, +98%) and Pleasant Kids, Inc. PLKD (.12-.185, +54%) had both already provided us with huge opportunities heading into yesterday, and both added to those performances in a big way. View this quick video for the full breakdown:

Options Recap

We formulated some options ideas to include in yesterday’s report, and as has become a regular occurrence for us in the options-trading arena, they all went absolutely haywire!

Walmart-Stores Inc. WMT and The Home Depot, Inc HD,were both running on earnings in the premarket and as a result, we called out our interest in WMT Weekly $58-60 Calls and HD Weekly $123-126 Calls. It wouldn’t have mattered which strike prices were chosen by traders, big profits were possible in every single case:

WMT Weeklies
$58 Calls – Trading Range: 1.43-2.90 – Max Gain: 113%
$58.50 Calls – Trading Range: 1.06-2.41 – Max Gain: 127%
$59 Calls – Trading Range: .70-1.96 – Max Gain: 180%
$59.50 Calls – Trading Range: .45-1.50 – Max Gain: 233%
$60 Calls – Trading Range: .25-1.08 – Max Gain: 332%

HD Weeklies
$123 Calls – Trading Range: 1.20-3.36  – Max Gain: 180%
$124 Calls – Trading Range: .82-2.56  – Max Gain: 212%
$125 Calls – Trading Range: .46-1.78 – Max Gain: 287%
$126 Calls – Trading Range: .25-1.05 – Max Gain: 320%

It wasn’t our first spot-on set of options calls that led to chances for epic profits, and you can rest assured that it won’t be our last. For now, both of these options chains could provide us with even further opportunities, although we may need to look at rolling our strike prices up to stay close to the money. Especially in the case of HD, the $127 and possibly $128 Calls may see heavy action; the stock is gapping up again this morning as sector rival Lowes beat on earnings today as well.

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