Blue Horseshoe Stocks: LEXG Update & More

Lithium Exploration Group, Inc. LEXG

LEXG has definitely turned out to be a real superstar of the past couple of sessions, after we tagged the stock in our premarket report on Friday. That morning, we witnessed shares changing hands for as little as .1125, followed by a momentous 140% intraday run to .27 before tapering off slightly.

We did do a follow-up with that information in yesterday’s report, and instead of falling by the wayside after a single strong session, LEXG duplicated the performance as its momentum spilled over into the new week.

From an early low of .19, the stock steadily pressed upward throughout the course of the day, closing at its high mark of .35. That goes down as a positive intraday move of 84%, and from our observed low on Friday it registers as an incredible two-day swing of 211%

We will, of course, wish to keep LEXG on our track list with the kind of momentum we’ve witnessed to this point.

Reve Technologies, Inc. (fka Bassline Produtions) BSSP

BSSP appeared on our extended watchlist a week ago today, and since that time, volume and accumulation have been consistent. The stock has been making some nice swings in the .001-.002 range; it’s going to be one we’ll definitely keep an eye on as it has become a flipper’s paradise.  We’ll be on the lookout for it to continue to make higher highs and higher lows off of its recently recorded bottom in the sessions to come.

Tapinator, inc. TAPM

We’re going to place TAPM on watch today as well, with a number of chart indicators suggesting that a continued breakout could be in the cards. As you can see on the snapshot below, the stock just cracked its 50DMA and has established its ability to make big gains in the past. It’s coming off of its fourth consecutive session of higher highs and higher lows.

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Blue Horseshoe Stocks: NGEY Report, Friday’s Winners & More

New Global Energy, Inc. NGEY

Our first order of business this morning before we break down the awesome session we had on Friday, is to place a stock that has recently come to our attention on extended-term watch. NGEY is a play that interests us on multiple levels, not least of which being the potential of the sustainable businesses that the company currently has in operation.

So before we take a look at the technical side of the stock, we want to focus on a couple of the exciting projects that the company has in the works.

Agriculture – Moringa Farming

Many of our readers may already be familiar with Moringa oleifera, also known as the horseradish tree, which has been used for many purposes around the world for thousands of years. Recently it has gained renewed attention as a potential ‘superfood’, and a uniquely viable crop. The plant stands out for a number of reasons; firstly, every single part of the Moringa can be used or processed into something useful. From the roots and bark, down to the leaves and seeds, the moringa is generous in providing a wide range of marketable products.

In addition to the dozens of acres of Moringa trees that NGEY has already planted on its farms in California, the company has dozens more acres of property in Costa Rica which are also slated to be used for Moringa cultivation. When all is said and done, the company expects upwards of $15M or more in annual revenue from its Moringa farms alone. As we said, every tree provides several by-products, including extremely valuable Moringa seed oil.

It also provides a key ingredient in the company’s proprietary fish feed formula that it uses in its other primary business:

Aquaculture -Tilapia Farming

Aqua Farming Tech is NGEY‘s aquaculture division, and the methodology they’ve developed for sustainable, energy efficient, high-yield aquaculture is inspiring. We’d highly suggest going to top view the video message from CEO Perry West. It details the operations of Aqua Farming Tech’s fish farm in Coachella Valley, CA (pictured above), and really got us excited about the potential of this aspect of NGEY‘s business.

They recently initiated the spawning season for this year’s crop of Tilapia, which they expect to be a record-setting number. Unlike traditional fish farms, whose yield is in the range of around 1500 fish per acre, NGEY‘s refined methods have allowed for the production of up to 30,000 fish per acre. Again, we urge you to visit to view that informative video.


We’ve prepared a video of our own to go over some of the highlights of the NGEY chart:


Links to Recent News:

New Global Energy, Inc. Hosts Leading Aquaculture Experts at Coachella Valley Farm -11/02

New Global Energy, Inc. Anticipates Record Year for Tilapia at California Farm -10/19

New Global Energy, Inc. Expands Moringa Production at California Farm -10/05


For More Info on NGEY, Visit

Friday’s Winning Picks

We had an absolute bang-up session on Friday, with many of the plays we signaled in our premarket report turning in highly respectable performances. We were able to identify winners from both the stocks and options arenas:

Weight Watchers International. Inc. WTW – We highlighted a range of contracts in the WTW chain that stood to make some tidy gains, and as we’ve done many times in recent weeks and months, every single set in our observed range (11/20 $18-20 Calls) offered up the chance at huge single-session profits!

$18 Calls – Daily Range: 2.60-5.40 – Max Gain: 108%
$19 Calls – Daily Range: 1.60-4.54 – Max Gain: 184%
$20 Calls – Daily Range:  1.20-3.70 – Max Gain: 208%

WTW is gapping up even further in the premarket today to the tune of $26, so in addition to further advances for these contracts (which still have plenty of time until expiration), we’ll also look to roll up our strike prices to correspond with the current PPS. We’ll look to the $23-26 Calls for what could be the heaviest action.

Any way you look at it, WTW, a stock that we caught at a low of 10.76 just a few weeks ago, has been a great play for us this fall! It should continue to provide us with quality daytrading opportunities.  


Lithium Exploration Group, Inc. LEXG – Speaking of great calls, we tagged LEXG for observation in our premarket report on Friday, and sincerely hope that folks caught on. The stock started out from a morning low of .1125, and went on a massive run into the afternoon, spiking to a high of .27! That registered as an intraday pop of 140% Cheers to anyone who reaped the rewards of that timely alert!


Viropro, Inc. VPRO – VPRO was another mention from Friday that not only made a respectable move, but is building a nice little chart for itself. We have a number of indicators which suggest VPRO could be due for further increases, as we point out on the chart below. Cracking through previous resistance at .008 would sound the blue sky breakout alarm!

Marathon Group Corp. PDPR

PDPR is another successful subpenny play that we enjoyed toward the end of last week. We placed it on watch in Thursday morning’s report, and witnessed a low of .0018, and Friday it streaked to a high of .0045, marking a two-day swing of 150%

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Blue Horseshoe Stocks: Options Roundup & More

Options Recap

Facebook, Inc. FB – FB was cruising in the premarket yesterday in the wake of an earnings beat, and we signaled a range of contracts where we supposed the heaviest action would fall (FB Weekly $106-111 Calls). It would not have mattered which set of contracts traders chose to strike, because they all provided chances at hefty gains.

In every case, there was a big initial spike, followed by a dip-and-rip which added an additional intraday swing. The breakdown of those moves is as follows:

$106 Calls – 1st Swing: 2.77-4.70 (70%) – 2nd Swing: 2.37-3.60 (52%)
$107 Calls – 1st Swing: 1.60-3.70 (131%) – 2nd Swing: 1.60-2.70 (69%)
$108 Calls – 1st Swing: 1.40 – 2.89 (106%) – 2nd Swing: 1.00-1.80 (80%)
$109 Calls – 1st Swing: .88-2.07 (135%) – 2nd Swing: .58-1.12 (93%)
$110 Calls – 1st Swing: .49-1.42 (190%) – 2nd Swing: .30-.62 (106%)
$111 Calls – 1st Swing: .33-92 (179%) – 2nd Swing: .14-.33 (136%)


Expedia, Inc. EXPE -The buzz over EXPE’s buyout of HomeAway, Inc. AWAY was enough to get it moving in yesterday’s premarket. Our corresponding options idea for this one was to track  EXPE Weekly $138-142 Calls and like FB, there was no losing pick within our specified range of contracts. Cheers to anyone that got in on the fun, as double-bag gains were possible across the board!

$138 Calls – Daily Range: 1.10-2.90 – Max Gain: 164%
$139 Calls – Daily Range: .65-2.18 – Max Gain: 235%
$140 Calls – Daily Range:  .55-1.65 – Max Gain: 200%
$141 Calls – Daily Range:  .46-1.13 – Max Gain: 146%
$142 Calls – Daily Range: .21-.70 – Max Gain: 233%

Weight Watchers International, Inc. WTW

Our regular readers will certainly recall our successful coverage of WTW as Oprah’s involvement was announced a few weeks back; we had monstrous success with our options selections, and even saw an amazing move from the stock itself. Our observed low on WTW was 10.76, and this morning we’ve seen it change hands for as much as 20.80.

With this impressive early morning gap-up, we’re going to want to jump back into the mix with another options idea. We’ll be monitoring the Weekly $18-20 Calls for potential daytrade opportunities on the dip-and-rip which is likely to occur.

Endeavor IP, Inc. ENIP

On the stock side of things, we included ENIP in our premarket extended watchlist yesterday and this super-subpenny play didn’t disappoint, offering up the chance at single-session double-bag profits!

From an early low of .0004, the stock surged toward the end of the session, reaching as high as .0009. That registered as an 125% intraday swing, and it came on more than three times the monthly average volume.

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