ConocoPhillips COP – Options Idea
We’re running a little light this morning as we pick up for a new trading week, with no interesting earnings plays to fall back on. However, in our morning scan, we’ve picked up on an interesting play with energy giant ConocoPhillips.
The stock has been in a bullish pattern for most of the month so far, and this morning, we’re seeing a lot of oil plays bucking the trend of the overall markets, which appear to be bearish at the moment. We’re going to place a range of weekly options on watch this morning to coincide with the activity that’s currently unfolding.
Our targets of interest are going to be the COP Weekly $61-62.50 Calls.
BP, CRR, FTR, SPN, JAGX, XEC, PBR
A couple of stock calls we brought up in December have gotten off to a great start to 2019. We wanted to kick off this morning’s report by updating readers on the excellent upswings we’ve witnessed.
Cronos Group, Inc. CRON
We were just talking about CRON yesterday morning, and it gave such a solid intraday performance, that we need to come back and update on it already. Our initial alert, of course, came on December 7th, after which time the stock was trading for as little as 9.56. Yesterday the stock streaked to a new high of 25.10, representing a move of 163% in just over 7 weeks.
General Electric Co. GE
It was just a week later on December 13 that we called GE to watch for a bottom, which came in shortly thereafter at 6.77-10.77. The stock recently hit 10.77, which marked a 6-week increase of 59% The RSI just cracked into the power zone, and a run at the 200DMA (currently 11.53) is not out of the question in the days or weeks ahead.
Sysco Corp. SYY
Our fresh options ideas from yesterday morning was to track the SYY Weekly $65-66 Calls, and all of those contracts provided very nice intraday chances for profits. We have been knocking our options plays out of the park for weeks now, and this was just the next link in the chain on what has become a top-notch performance for options plays in the whole of 2019 thus far.
EL Weekly $145-150 Calls
OHGI, LODE, CNC, PBR, BCCI
Roku, Inc. ROKU
We signaled a range of ROKU calls yesterday morning after having tracked the stock itself to some nice gains in recent weeks. Despite a late pullback, ROKU produced an intraday run sufficient to propel four out of our five sets of highlighted contracts to some really nice single session moves.
With the exception of the 45.50’s which were too far out of the money, all of the targets yielded multi-bag gain opportunities on the day.
$43.50 Calls – Range: .34-.88 – Max Gain: 159%
$44 Calls – Range: .20-.70 – Max Gain: 250%
$44.50 Calls – Range: .23-.50 – Max Gain: 117%
$45 Calls – Range: .16-.48 – Max Gain: 200%
Petroleo Brasileiro SA (Petrobras) PBR – Update
Just a quick update on the PBR Weekly $14.50-15.50 Calls that we signaled and rode to some nice gains earlier this week. We wanted to remind readers that those are still in play, and with PBR gapping up in the premarket once again, we’d expect to see new highs on our tracked contracts which have already produced multi-bag upswings this week.
Constellation Brands Inc. STZ
We are quite familiar with Constellation, with the beverage giant being headquartered in the same city as our home offices. STZ was building some decent momentum off of recent lows, until this morning’s earnings release, where some lackluster figures and guidance for 2019 are getting the stock crushed in the premarket. It’s testing new annual lows, which has us sniffing for a bargain.
We are taking a longer view on this company and signal a couple of sets of extended-term calls for what we expect to be a rebound from current conditions in the weeks and months ahead. We’re going to place the STZ 02/01 $150-157.50 Calls and the 04/18 $160-170 Calls on watch.
USAT, ACST, KNDI, MYSZ, FCEL,