Blue Horseshoe Stocks: Closing Out a Strong Week

Kandi Technologies Group Inc. KNDI – Recap

On Wednesday morning, we were looking at a pair of contracts in the KNDI options chain. We did see multi-bag gains out of those as mentioned in yesterday’s morning report, but perhaps just as big of a story is the move that KNDI stock itself managed in the two sessions since that alert.

From a low of 7.16 Wednesday morning, to yesterday’s high of 9.21, KNDI has managed to rattle off a 29% session-over-session increase. That’s a heck of a two-day swing for a $7+ stock, and will keep our interest as we close out the week.

This move was catalyzed by the US approval of two of the Chinese company’s electric vehicles.  The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration gave the domestic go-ahead to KNDI’s Model EX3 and Model K22 electric cars.


Dominos Pizza, Inc. DPZ – Recap

We went bearish with some Dominos Puts yesterday, following a particularly bad quarterly release by the company in yesterday’s premarket earnings dump. Earning and revs were big misses, with same store sales making only a marginal jump.

We signaled our interest in tracking the DPZ Weekly $270-260 Puts and both of those sets of contracts recorded solid intraday moves to the upside, of which traders could have taken advantage. The $270 Puts ran from 12.02 to 20.50, marking a 71% rip, while the $260 surged even more, trading in a range from 4.99-12.84 for an intraday gain of 177%


Fresh Ideas:
TTD Weekly $170-175 Calls
ROKU Weekly $53-56 Calls


Extended Watchlist:
ZSAN, FCEL, SENS, OLED, CATM, CMRX, CGIX, XSPA, AITX

Blue Horseshoe Stocks: Wednesday’s Runners, Fresh Ideas

Reviewing Yesterday’s Runners

To start off the week yesterday morning we formulated a trio of fresh options idea to track, and we can gladly announce that all three produced the opportunity to net multibag gains. Our options ideas have been as good in 2019 as any time in our eight year history, and we ain to keep that trend going!

Take a look at yesterday’s fresh ideas, and the bullish activity they recorded:

KNDI Weekly $6-7 Calls

$6 Calls – Range: 1.35-2.90 – Max Gain: 115%
$7 Calls – Range: .72-2.10 – Max Gain: 192%
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GDXJ Weekly $34-34.50 Calls

$34 Calls – Range: .52-1.02 – Max Gain: 96%
$34.50 Calls – Range: .26-.58 – Max Gain: 123%
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GRMN Weekly $74.50-76.50 Calls

$74.50 Calls – Range:
2.90-8.06 – Max Gain: 178%
$75 Calls – Range: 1.52-8.35 – Max Gain: 449%
(There are no $75.50 Calls)
$76 Calls – Range: .71-6.80 – Max Gain: 858%
$76.50 Calls – Range: .72-6.12 – Max Gain: 750%
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Fresh Options Ideas – In addition to continuing to keep an eye on the previously mentioned plays, we will also add to the pool with another couple of ideas today. In these cases we are going to go bearish.

Domino’s whiffed on earnings and revenue in its premarket release today, while same-store sales increased only slightly. Meanwhile, the high profile injury to Duke basketball player Zion Williamson last night caused by a Nike shoe malfunction, has the potential to have a deleterious effect on Nike’s stock in the near term.

Domino’s Pizza Inc. DPZ Weekly $270-260 Puts
Nike, Inc. NKE 03/15 $84-83.50 Puts


Extended Watchlist:
ESNC, CVRS, ATNM, HTGM, BOXL, GEVO, KL, GOGO

Blue Horseshoe Stocks: Bottom-Bouncers & More

Riot Blockchain, Inc. RIOT

Things move pretty fast around here, but we do our best to keep up with tracking on all of the stocks we mention in our daily reports. In certain cases, we see slow buildup, and in others we see a quick rocket to new highs, but in the case of RIOT, we actually got both.

After we highlighted our interest in RIOT roughly two months ago on December 19th, it had been on a rather steady climb, until Friday when the lid blew off the top. Our observed low subsequent to our mention of the stock was 1.29, and Friday’s new high came in at 4.24. That’s a gain of 229% in a span of just eight weeks!


Bristow Group, Inc. BRS

We also wanted to quickly highlight a bottom-bouncer with some real potential to the upside. We ran across BRS this morning, noticing that it had just produced some activity off of a relative bottom.

There is a gap to fill on thwe chart and room to run for some potentially solid gains, so we’ll be keeping an eye peeled for that as we kick off a fresh trading week.


Fresh Options Ideas:
KNDI Weekly $6-7 Calls
GDXJ Weekly $34-34.50 Calls
GRMN Weekly $74.50-76.50 Calls


Extended Watchlist:
MXMG, IPCI, NSPR, DBVT, ACIU, ADIL, VNTR, IDEX, SPN

Blue Horseshoe Stocks: Options Recap, Fresh Idea & More

SPDR S&P500 ETF (SPY)

On Friday we were just mentioning how SPY options has been a go-to trade for us. We talked about the most recent occurrence, when we signaled some SPY Calls earlier this month that produce multi-bag gain opportunities.

We said we would be tracking the SPY Weekly $263.50-265 Calls on Friday and it should come as no shock that we once again struck it big with our favorite ETF. Each of the four contracts contained within our specified range logged huge gains on the day.

Here are the intraday moves made, and the total possible gains that were available to anyone who was following our idea:

$263.50 Calls – Range: 1.09-3.94 – Max Gain: 261%
$264 Calls – Range: .47-2.96 – Max Gain: 530%
$264.50 Calls – Range: .51-2.46 – Max Gain: 382%
$265 Calls – Range: .33-2.00 – Max Gain: 506%



Logitech International, Inc. LOGI

We’ve also taken notice of LOGI on the heels of its Q3 earnings report, wherein the company has reported record sales for the quarter, not to mention raising guidance for the full year. As a result it presently appears to be the most attractive stock on the earnings calendar.

We are going to signal a range of calls in the LOGI chain to observe in the days and weeks aheadthe LOGI 02/15 $34-35 Calls.


Extended Watchlist:
TVON, TTNP, AVGR, EDU, KNDI, ATIS,

Blue Horseshoe Stocks: SPY Calls & More

SPDR S&P500 ETF (SPY)

We are wrapping up a very solid week, which even included a twenty-bagger (NFLX $300 Calls, +2069%). This morning, with the markets appearing to be geared toward  bullish finish to the week, we will entertain a range of SPY Calls, for the possibility of some good daytrades to really end things on a high note going into the upcoming long weekend.

The SPY is our go-to target when not a lot else is jumping off of the scanner, and we’ve played it successfully on more occasions to count. The most recent being a couple of sets of ideas we made just prior to the New Year, which resulted in gains ranging from 300-600%

Today, we are going to be tracking the SPY Weekly $263.50-265 Calls.*
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Bonus Ideas:
JBHT 02/15 $100 & $105 Calls
CGC Weekly $43-44.50 Calls*
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*Please do not attempt to trade weekly options on a Friday unless you an advanced level trader with disposable funds.


Extended Watchlist:
BPTH, MTNB, KNDI, HSGX, CRBP, CCCL

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