Blue Horseshoe Stocks: NDEV Recap, Pot Stocks Rock & More

Novus Acquisition & Development Corp. NDEV

We were just mentioning yesterday morning how we had first begun tracking NDEV on December 12th, and had subsequently witnessed a huge 250% move to the upside from our observed low of .30 to a high of 1.05.

Some people might have figured that the party was over after such a significant rise, but NDEV had other plans. The stock kicked off the short week yesterday on an impressive note, managing the biggest single-session swing we’ve seen yet, running from its morning low of .731 to a new high of 1.51. That was a super intraday push of 107% and the new high marked an overall jump from our .30 low amounting to 403%


Momentous Entertainment Group, Inc. MMEG

Speaking of continued movers, a week ago today was when we caught on with MMEG, and it has been nothing but bullish activity since then.

We initially observed a low of .0017 before the stock shot to .0055, a move of 224%. But it too kicked off the short week on a high note, with an intraday spike of 55% as dipped-and-ripped from a morning low of .0044 to a new high of .0068. It also extended our total observed gain on the play in less than a week to an even 300%


Ecolocap Solutions, Inc. ECOS

New to our reports yesterday was ECOS, which produced two noteworthy intraday moves during the session. It first ran from .003 to a high of .0048 (+60%) before pulling back to bounce off a low of
.0025 and return to .0037, adding another 48% to its cumulative gain totals on the day.

A stock with this kind of volatility is definitely worthy of continued observation.


Provectus Biopharmaceuticals, Inc. PVCT

We also want to provide a quick update on PVCT which we tagged in yesterday’s extended watchlist. The stock made a modest but solid 28% move from .018-.023, and we’ll want to continue to keep an eye peeled for signs of a continued uptrend.


Cannabis Stocks Rocking Again

Last but most certainly not least, we want to share an image of yesterday’s top traded OTC stocks, nearly all of which are in the cannabis space, which we’ve been drawing heavy attention to over the past several months. We released a reminder video to that effect over the weekend and published it in yesterday’s report, and were obviously met by a huge sector-wide surge.

Moving forward here are a few specific cannabis related stocks to continue to keep a close eye on: AGTK, FTPM, MJTK, MYDX, PMCB, GRNH, AMMJ, CNBX


Oceanic Research & Recovery, Inc. ORRV – Chatroom Call

We spotted ORRV in our chatroom yesterday, signaling it to our members at .0002 x .0003, and it went on to close at the high of day of .0008. That was good for a single session gain of 167%, and since ORRV closed at its high on abnormally high volume, we want to place it on momentum watch in the event of a possible continuation today.


Blue Horseshoe Stocks: Kicking Off the Short Week

Imprimis Pharmaceuticals, Inc. IMMY

We began tracking IMMY as it was coming off of recent relative lows on Thursday morning, and at the time the stock saw a low of 2.12 before continuing the bottom-bounce that initially drew our attention.

That trend continued on Friday, as we suggested it might in our premarket report, with IMMY adding a solid session wherein the stock pushed its way from a low of 2.50 to a new high of 3.05. It went down in the books as an intraday increase of 22%, and a two-day swing of 44% over our observed low from Thursday.


Momentous Entertainment Group, Inc. MMEG

Wednesday morning’s premarket report was when we caught on with MMEG, and after making a nice two-day swing of 123% from a low of .0017 to .0038 on Wednesday and Thursday, the stock continued to push upward on Friday and secured multi-day runner status.

From a low of .0032 the ran to .0055, which works out to a daily rip of 72% and a three-day overall move of 224% over the low we saw on Wednesday.


Yippy, Inc. YIPI

We tagged YIPI in Friday’s extended watchlist, catching the stock just in time to witness a solid run from .60-1.09, which marked an intraday rise of 82%

The excellent single-session move came on volume of more than 17X the monthly average, so we’re definitely going to want to keep an eye on it as we kick off this holiday-shortened week.


Novus Acquisition & Development Corp. NDEV

After first alerting NDEV on December 12th, we’ve borne witness to a really nice run that has essentially lasted the entire time since then.

We observed a low of .30 in the stock on that first day, and it didn’t fall below that mark once in these ten ensuing sessions. What it has done, is gradually raise the bar, until it cracked through the dollar barrier to set a new high of 1.05 on Friday. That qualifies as a two-week swing amounting to 250%


Petrobras Argentina PZE

To wrap up this lengthy review of all the recent winners we’ve been tracking, we want to make a quick mention of PZE, which we slated as a bottom-watch play at the end of last month.

We urged readers to monitor the stock closely in the days that followed, feeling strongly that a rebound was in order, and the month of December has really validated that notion convincingly. From the low we witnessed the day after our alert at 4.66, PZE has made its way to a new high of 6.77, a solid 45% swing.


Bonus Video – Cannabis Sector Update

Take a few minutes and have a look at this video update of the state of the cannabis sector, including closer views of a few of the specific plays we’ve been following in the space, and what they’ve been up to in recent weeks:

VIDEO: Cannabis Sector Review(Featuring Stock Sumo)


Extended Watchlist:
ECOS, PVCT, INVT, IMNP, MEMP, PLX

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

Blue Horseshoe Stocks: QFOR, NDEV Updates & More


Quadrant 4 Systems Corp. QFOR

Yesterday marked the first time we ever mentioned QFOR in any of our premarket reports, and in a stroke of fantastic timing, the stock made one heck of a debut for us.

We were interested because we noticed that after taking a huge beating from nearly .20 at the beginning of the month, the stock finally started to show some signs of life, trending off of its lows on Monday.

That momentum helped facilitate yesterday’s run from a low of .04175 to .0712, which worked out to a healthy intraday pop of 80% on more than twice the monthly average volume. We want to continue to monitor this as a recovery play, as the regaining of even a portion of the ground that it lost in recent weeks would represent significant gains from the present juncture.


Cellectar Biosciences, Inc. CLRB

Speaking of bottom plays, there’s another one hitting our scanners this morning in CLRB. This stock found new 6-month lows yesterday, and from a technical standpoint, this is what can only be referred to as an incredibly ripe chart.

We’ve included a snapshot below, and as you can see, it currently boasts many of the  characteristics that we constantly watch for, and often benefit from. Trading at recent relative lows, with an RSI indicating oversold, the MACD converging toward an impending bullish cross, and a sizable gap to the upside.

It’s for these reasons that CLRB must be afforded a spot on our watch-screens as we cruise through midweek.


Novus Acquisition & Development Corp. NDEV

After tagging NDEV in Monday’s morning report and witnessing a nice initial move from .30-.442 (+47%), we followed up yesterday and cautioned that a continuation of momentum made it necessary to stay on its trail, and we’re glad we did.

The stock produced a second straight solid session for us, running from its morning low of .43 to a new high of .559, a intraday pop of 30% and a two-day increase amounting to 86% High volume to the tune of more than five times its monthly average, and another strong close will keep NDEV’s slot on our radar safe for the time being.


Extended Watchlist:
ACAU, DTEA, ECTE, EXAD, PGUS, PLX(Bottom-Bouncer)

Blue Horseshoe Stocks: Monday’s Movers, Bottom-Play & More

Yesterday’s Movers

B2Digital, Inc. BTDG -  One of the stocks that we were looking at from yesterday morning‘s extended watchlist was BTDG. This super-subpenny play made its move right from the opening bell, and by the time the first hour of trading had elapsed, the stock had recorded a double-bag move to the upside.

BTDG traded in a range from its low of .0004, and hit .0008- a perfectly symmetrical 100% rip. The stock closed at its dily mid-point of .0006, and with the kind of volatile price action we’ve observed, we’ll be certain to keep an eye peeled in sessions to come.

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Novus Acquisition & Development Corp. NDEV – The other notable mention from yesterday’s report was NDEV. We noticed this one had just perked up after a sustained period of lethargic trading the day prior, and the trend continued.

The stock traded in a solid range from .30-.442, an intraday push of 47%, and perhaps most notably, closed with strength at .43 after having traded roughly two-and-a-half times its 30-day average volume. That’s sufficient to warrant further observation, thus NDEV will remain an item of interest for us.



DAVIDs TEA, Inc. DTEA

We’re going to add DTEA to the radar this morning. After a substantial gap-down and continued backslide on Friday, the stock gave a hint of a bottom-bounce to kick off the week yesterday along with a major influx of volume.

As you can see on the included snapshot, the stock is egregiously oversold and could be preparing for a more significant rebound, so we’ll want to be on the lookout for that.


Extended Watchlist:
RNVO, AKAO, QFOR, FDFT, REFG, PMPG