A Selection of July Calls & More

Winning Options Review: 

We were pleased to start off the short trading week with a bang yesterday, getting right back on track with a couple of options trading ideas that netted some good intraday gain opportunities for anyone who was paying attention. The markets ripped all day long, so it was definitely a good time to go bullish on the SPY.

We did so with the SPY 06/21 $369-371 Calls, and we also stuck in an idea for the one earnings play that stood out to us on the day, the LEN Weekly $64-66 Calls. In both cases, the potential profits reach multibag territory. Those moves were as follows:

SPY 06/21 $369-371 Calls
$369:
 3.76-7.43 (+98%)
$370: 2.88-6.52 (+126%)
$371: 2.59-5.50 (+112%)
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LEN Weekly $64-66 Calls

$64: 1.90-4.03 (+112%)
$65: 1.88-4.00 (+113%)
$66: 1.05-3.23 (+208%)


Fresh Options Ideas:

We’re in the midst of an earnings drought that is going to persist for at least a few more weeks, but we’re still trucking right along, working with what we’ve got. Today’s earnings play that stands out in the premarket is from the Winnebago chain, while we’ve also noticed some insider buying near the bottom on NLOK.

WGO 07/15 $45-50 Calls
NLOK 07/15 $24-25 Calls
FL 07/15 $31-32 Calls


Revlon, Inc. REV – Recap: 

We’ve also got an update on Revlon, which we tagged for observation on Friday morning. The stock has followed that alert up with two nice sessions in a row now. Our observed range for that period is 2.73-6.95 (+155%) This morning’s premarket high of 8.39 marks an overall increase of 207% over just a few trading days!


Extended Watchlist: 
EVSV, INTK, INQD, MMTLP, ECOX, LTCN, SIRC, KBLB, XELA, QTNT, USWS

Kicking Off a Potential-Filled Trading Week

Hydrofarm Holdings Group, Inc. HYFM – Options Update:

As a result of the relatively dry period for earnings (which will finally clear up starting next week) we’ve been formulating a lot of longer-term ideas on stocks with good technical setups. A couple of Monday’s ago, on the morning of September 27th, we signaled the HYFM 11/19 $35-40 Calls.

The stock itself saw its lows shortly thereafter, and for the past week, has been making incremental gains which have begun to produce the sort of activity that we were hoping to see.

Here are the ranges and percentage increases we’ve observed so far. With over a month still remaining prior to expiration, we wouldn’t be surprised to have to return to this one later to report further gains:

HYFM 11/19 $35-40 Calls
$35: 4.21-5.92 (+41%)
$40: 1.90-3.30 (+74%)
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Fresh Options Ideas: 
TAL Weekly $4.50-5.00 Calls
GM Weekly $58-59 Calls


Priority Aviation, Inc. PJET – Recap: 

Another play we signaled interest in toward the end of last month was PJET, which appeared in our report on the morning of September 30th, and the ensuing volatility did not disappoint.

This stock underwent a distinct dip-and-rip following our mention, going as low as .0125, before running back to .0235, for an upswing of 88% A break past .0244 this week, would put PJET into blue skies, so we’ll reserve a slot on our watchlists for it in upcoming sessions.


Extended Watchlist:
NHMD, MMTLP, IFXY, CGAC, MJWL, CFGX, SPZI, AAPT, PTGX, FLXN, TRVI, EZFL, ADMS