Blue Horseshoe Stocks: GIGL Review, Other Updates


Giggles N’ Hugs, Inc. GIGL

We’ve been hot on GIGL’s trail since tagging it in Friday’s premarket report, after catching it come off of a bottom. As of the end of that session, we’d witnessed a move of more than 350% from our observed low of .0053, to a high of .024, which occurred on record volume.

Yesterday we reminded our members to continue to keep tabs on the stock, and heeding that suggestion would have extended gain opportunities significantly with the daily performance that followed. GIGL managed to achieve a new high, trading up 140% intraday from .02 to .048. That new high mark represented a two-session swing of 806%

With the stock closing strongly at .035, we will of course be continuing to monitor its activity as we progress through the week.


Accelera Innovations, Inc. ACNV

We also tagged ACNV in yesterday’s morning report, and were pleased with the magnitude of the possible gains that were available there. The stock traded in a range from .008 and managed to hit .015.

That was the second subpenny play in as many days to crack the penny barrier on our watch (GIGL being the other), and it was good for intraday gains of up to 88% A strong close on healthy volume warrants further tracking in this instance as well.


Eli Lilly & Co. LLY – Options Update

On the 16th of last month, we formulated an extended-term options idea for LLY, and this morning, we’d like to take a second to update our readers on the level of gains that call has attained in recent weeks.

Our specific target contracts were the LLY 01/20 $75 Calls and the move we have observed in those has been quite good. A run from a low of .75 to as much as 2.50, which works out to total possible gains of up to 233%


Mountain High Acquisitions Corp. MYHI

We’ve got one last update this morning for MYHI. Last Wednesday, we tagged this stock, along with a varied group of several legal and medical marijuana plays, and just wanted to circle back to go over the fact that it has followed our expectations to the letter.

After the huge initial move we witnessed from .09-.239 (+166%) that first day, we followed up with an added caution, explicitly stating that “we expect a consolidation that should lead to a dip-and-rip pattern”.

That is exactly what has come to pass, as MYHI consolidated back to a low of .0909, before launching back to .175 yesterday. The move afforded us a chance to realize further gains to the tune of 93% on the rebound.

Along with MYHI, we’ll continue to watch several cannabis stocks, which comprise the vast majority of today’s extended watchlist.


Extended Watchlist:
OWCP, ENDO, LXRP, EDXC, CANL, PHOT, AMFE, HIRU

Blue Horseshoe Stocks: LLY Options Recap & More

Eli Lilly and Co. LLY – Options Update

In our premarket report on Friday morning, we finished off with a set of fresh options ideas for the LLY chain, and were met with nice gain opportunities on the day on all accounts.

In addition to a daytrading idea with the LLY Weekly $72 and $72.50 Calls, which worked out in spades, we also got some really good initial movement out of the longer term target we put forth, the 01/20 $75 Calls.

Weekly $72 Calls – Range: .20-1.25  – Max Gain: 475%
Weekly $72.50 Calls – Range: .15-.80  – Max Gain: 433%
1/20 $75 Calls - Range: .77-1.39  – Max Gain: 81%

We offer congratulations to anyone who benefited from the short-term ideas, and we’ll be sure to stay on the trail of those 01/20 $75 Calls in the weeks ahead.


Globalstar, Inc. GSAT

We caught a glimpse of GSAT on our scanner this morning and feel it’s worthy of mentioning, based on a number of factors. Last week, the moves that the stock had been making off of its recent relative lows in the low .70-range began to increase.

On Thursday, the stock bullishly breached its 50DMA, culminating in a huge spike in volume on Friday. Roughly six times the monthly average trading volume accompanied a break of the dollar mark. We’re going to put this on watch as a possible momentum play.


AmpliPhi BioSciences, Inc. APHB

Speaking of bottom-bouncers, APHB cropped on our scan as well, and it has a look of high potential as it’s coming up off of its recently established annual lows.

In addition, there’s a gap to fill on the chart to the upside, and with the stock already trading up in the premarket, that’s a real possibility here. With such a ripe chart, we’ll be very interested to follow APHB’s activity out of the gate this morning.


Extended Watchlist:
NHMD, ECPN, EVOK, APTO, ANY(Bottom Play)

Blue Horseshoe Stocks: Shipping Watchlist & More

Shipping Sector Watchlist

Earlier this fall, we found an incredible amount of success within the shipping sector, as an industry-wide wave of bullish activity carried many related stocks to record moves.

That rush tuckered out a few weeks back, but we want to circle back around this morning to cast a light on several of these stocks that we think could be gearing up for a recovery. Each of the following had been in a drastic downturn leading into yesterday’s session, and each of them began to show some major signs of life in coming off their bottoms.

We’ll want to keep all of them in mind in coming sessions, and watch for signs that a more sustained uptrend could take effect.

Dry Ships, Inc. DRYS

Sino-Global Shipping America, Ltd. SINO

Diana Containerships, Inc. DCIX

Diana Shipping, Inc. DSX

Seanergy Maritime Holdings Corp. SHIP

Euroseas Ltd. ESEA

Global Ship Lease, Inc. GSL


Catalyst Biosciences, Inc. CBIO

We stipulated yesterday that if CBIO held above .80 on any early pullbacks, that we’d be interested in tracking its activity through the session, and it did just that.

The intraday machinations of the stock actually provided two separate opportunties for swing trades. First, the initial run out of the gate that took it from 1.12-1.42 (+27%) and a subsequent dip-and-rip pattern from .855 back to 1.12 later on in the day (+31%).

With volatility sufficient to provide over 50% in cumulative gains on the day, and the fact that it maintained support above our designated level, we’ll keep CBIO on our radar for the time being.


Eli Lilly and Co. LLY

On strong 2017 guidance released this week, LLY beat Wall Street’s forecast outlook estimates for the first time in 3 years. As a result, the stock started to climb, and has begun to fill a large gap on the chart to the upside.

What we want to do here is highlight both a short term and extended term options trading idea to correspond with the present situation. For swing trades this week, we’ll look at the LLY Weekly $72 and $72.50 Calls, and to take advantage of the possibility of an extended uptrend, the LLY 01/20 $75 Calls.


Extended Watchlist:
LSCG, TRUU, ERFB, TTCM, AIRW, NDEV, AXPW