Blue Horseshoe Stocks: QIHU Update & More

Qihoo 360 Technology Co. Ltd. QIHU – Options
  On Tuesday, we floated a few options-trading ideas for QIHU, which had been trading up off of its recently registered annual lows in anticipation of the company Q4 earnings call. Despite positive figures the stock trailed off, however it reversed itself yesterday, lending strength to our short-term options targets.

We outlined our interest in the QIHU Weekly $48-49 Calls, and both sets of contracts enjoyed highly notable gains as QIHU traded in a range from 45.17-47.22. As a result, the $48’s increased from a daily low of .35 to as much as .75, marking a move of 114%

The $49’s fared quite well also, rising from a low of .25 to a subsequent high of .42, for total possible intraday gains equaling 68%

While our longer-term idea of the 03/27 $50 Calls were still too far from the money to begin a move of their own, we’re going to continue monitoring those over the next few weeks as the stock may not yet be done trending up. One particularly apt outlook report on QIHU comes from UBS analysts, who recently upgraded their price target for the stock to $85/share.

Added Note:

This week has been a good one with regard to stocks being discussed in our trader’s *chatroom, and serves as a good example of why we invite our readers to participate.

First, Propanc Health Group Corp. PPCH, which ran an incredible 483% after one of our members brought it forth on Tuesday, we saw some of that momentum carried into yesterday. Starting out the day at .0237, the stock spiked to a subsequent high of .042 for an intraday gain of 77% before consolidating into the close.

Also a topic of conversation in our *chatroom yesterday was Hear AtLast Holdings, Inc. HRAL, and it too caused quite a stir on its chart. From an early low of .0014 (9:34AM EDT, two minutes after we tagged it in the room), HRAL rocketed its way to a high of .0055; a 293% intraday rip!

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