Blue Horseshoe Stocks: NBEV Bottom Bounce & More

New Age Beverages Corp. NBEV

We tagged NBEV as a possible bottom-bouncer in our premarket report yesterday morning, and stock has definitely risen to the occasion with the beginnings of what could be a significant rebound.

The stock had been trending down for the better part of the last six months, having started the summer trading at more than $6/share. It seemed a good time to call a bottom, and so far our idea is looking good.

While it’s off to a slow start, rising just 17% from 2.20 to 2.58 yesterday on its highest volume in over four months, we feel good about the chances of a more sustained move, especially with the stock hitting a new high of 3.42 in the premarket today. From yesterday’s low that’s already a swing of 55% We’ll be sure to keep an eye peeled for further movement from this bottom bouncer.


Delta Air Lines, Inc. DAL 

We’re no strangers to trading DAL options. It has traditionally been one of those companies we can count on to provide good post-earnings opportunities after a beat, and today the company exceeded expectations across the board in their Q4 report.

We’re are going to signal a range of contracts which will be expiring tomorrow to try to garner some rapid-strike chances. Our targets are going to be the DAL Weekly $57-58 Calls.


Extended Watchlist:
CNET, DPW, DST, FNJN, IBIO, RMGN, WPCS

Blue Horseshoe Stocks: PTOP Keeps Rolling & More

Peer to Peer Network PTOP

PTOP has been the main point of focus on the stock side of things for us this week, keeping us coming back to update the fantastic gains it has made. The stock has been setting new highs by leaps and bounds. Just yesterday morning we were pointing out the 7025% gain we’d seen since our initial alert on the stock on November 8th after which time it would trade for as low as .0004, before running all the way to .0285.

Yesterday that incredible range was stretched even further, as PTOP broke out to yet another new high, trading in a daily range from .027 to .067 (+148%). It brought the stock to its highest PPS in the last five years, and our own observed six-week surge to a monumental total of 16,650%


AT&T, Inc. T Options Update

We highlighted and began tracking a range of options for AT&T back on November 9th, and wanted to circle back this morning to update the progress on those as T stock has continually trended upward ever since.

Our targets were the T 01/19 $34-36 Calls, and the ranges we’ve seen on those contracts have been rather impressive. The following figures represent the lows shortly after our first alert o the new highs achieved this week.   .

$34 Calls – Range: .91-5.30 – Max Gain: 482%
$35 Calls – Range: .53-4.30 – Max Gain: 711%
$36 Calls – Range: 37-3.30 – Max Gain: 792%

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Fresh Idea:  Nike. Inc. NKE - After a post-market earnings letdown yesterday, combined with an already toppy chart, we may look for the possibility of gains in the NKE Weekly $64-62.50 Puts* to close out the week.

* Never trade weekly options on a Friday unless you’re an expert trader with disposable funds. It’s very risky!


Extended Watchlist:
GLBS, PRTY, IBIO, PETZ, MNKD, MYSZ, WRPT

Blue Horseshoe Stocks: Recaps, Fresh Ideas & More

Chipotle Mexican Grill, Inc. CMG 

Our extreme success on the options front continues. We cited the CMG chart setup as the reason for wanting to have our eye on the CMG Weekly $297.50-305 Calls yesterday morning, and were very pleased with the intraday performance we witnessed. It also didn’t hurt that the founder stepped down to make room for a new CEO, which went over well with the investment community.

Regardless of which strike price was chosen, there were some serious multi-bag single-session gains there for the taking:

$297.50 Calls – Range: 1.50-8.10 – Max Gain: 440%
$300 Calls – Range: 1.15-6.50 – Max Gain: 465%
$302.50 Calls – Range: .77-5.00 – Max Gain: 549%
$305 Calls – Range: .54-3.83 – Max Gain: 609%

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Fresh Idea:

The Kroger Co. KR – We want to signal some options to watch for Kroger as well after the company tidily topped 3Q forecasts with this morning’s earnings report. We’re going to be looking to the KR Weekly 25.50-27.50 Calls to try to take advantage of the conditions. We’re also anxious to listen in on the conference call slated for later this morning.



Crypto Recaps

Whatever you refer to it as, virtual currency, digital currency, or cryptocurrency, the rise of Bitcoin has fueled a hugely popular market sector, and caused many small companies to shift focus to attempt to capitalize on what has become pure hysteria.  Bitcoin breached $11,300 yesterday, and as a result, some of the BTC-related plays we’ve tagged have enjoyed really nice moves on the chart.

Integrated Ventures, Inc. INTV – Having recently lauched its bitcoin mining efforts, INTV is a stock that we slated for observation in our watchlist yesterday morning. The stock responded with a solid run from .551 to .97, marking an intraday pop of 76% on more than ten times its monthly average volume.

Peer to Peer Network PTOP - This one appeared in our watchlist earlier this month on the 7th. We came early to the party on this one, but with Bitcoin setting its new all-time high once again yesterday, it woke up in a big way. That included a serious intraday move of 1780% as PTOP traded from a low of .0005-.0094. It represented the stock’s highest price in three years, and a new all time record high volume, with over 400 million shares changing hands on the day.


Extended Watchlist:
RAD, MYSZ, RYB, MIK, ADMP, BOSC, IBIO, SNAP

Blue Horseshoe Stocks: Momentum Plays & More

 Possible Momentum Plays

We’re looking at a pair of stocks this morning that have broken out, and that we’d like to monitor on the chance that they produce sustained uptrends.

Leading Brands, Inc. LBIX - This was a fairly illiquid stock until just recently, when it broke out of a mundane pattern of low volatility and began a run into blue skies which lasted from Tuesday through Friday. We’ll stay wary of the possibility for course corrections, but a dip-and-rip scenario could definitely come into play here in coming sessions. The volatility has ramped up in a huge way, which is what we always look out for as swing traders.
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22nd Century Group Inc. XXII – In the case of XXII, the stock has traded in a fairly predictable pattern over the past few months, during which time it has formed a solid upward channel. The company also recently closed a $54M direct offering at 2.65/share. We’ll look for this one to continue to build, keeping an eye on it as we kick off a new trading week.


Walt Disney Co. DIS – Options Ideas

We also want to signal a couple of options ideas for Disney, which has a pretty nice bottom setup on the chart, trading near its lowest per-share pricing since December.

For a near-term idea, we’re going to be looking at the DIS Weekly $96-98 Calls and the DIS 11/24 $98-99 Calls in the event of an extended recovery, which seems due at any time now.


Extended Watchlist:
ABEO, CARA, CLSN, NETE, TRXC, RT, IBIO

Blue Horseshoe Stocks: Big Day for TEUM & More

Pareteum, Inc. TEUM

After tagging TEUM in yesterday morning’s extended watchlist, the stock went on to become the top story of the day for us. From the opening bell until shortly prior to lunch hour, the stock make a pretty impressive move from a low of .78 to a high of 1.73. That went down as an intraday push of 122% and it occurred on an incredible 200X the monthly average volume.

TEUM held more than half of its daily advance into the close, and with that kind of price action and liquidity, we’re defeintely going to want to continue to keep a watch over this play. The activity was catalyzed, at least in part, to the company’s declaration that it expects to beat Wall Street’s estimates in its upcoming release of quarterly financials.


Opexa Therapeutics, Inc. OPXA

It was a week ago today, just as we were returning from the 4th of July break, that we were commenting on the activity of OPXA, which we had tracked over some pretty nice gains at the beginning of the holiday week.

After a couple of sessions consolidating off of those highs, OPXA geared up for another round this week, rebounding off of support at .633, and re-launching itself to a new high of 1.09 yesterday.  That’s a 72% swing on the rebound, which gives OPXA just the kind of volatility we’re always on the lookout for. It will remain on our radars for the time being.


CableClix (USA), Inc. CCLX

We’re going to put CCLX on watch as a news play this morning, after the company announced the launch of its online TV service aimed at ‘cord-cutters’. It’s a trendy space with a good story, and the stock itself qualifies as a potential bottom play. We’ll certainly want to keep a watch over CCLX moving forward.

CableClix (USA), Inc. (OTCPK:CCLX) is pioneering online TV evolution by designing the first ‘lean-back experience’ for online viewing. Lean-back – continuous delivery of TV broadcast, common for cable TV but not yet for online viewing – gives audiences more viewing time, delivered as uninterrupted play of highly personalized content.

Lean-back play solves the problem of audiences losing hours of viewing time just browsing through menus deciding what to watch next. CableClix’s research – with audiences as well as executives from major online platforms, studios and multi-channel networks – revealed a consistent issue across the video content landscape: usability. (>>View Full PR)


Extended Watchlist:
TROV, DCTH, TOPS, IBIO, NTP, NRG, KTOV,
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