Blue Horseshoe Stocks: Multiple Mid-Week Winners & More

Multiple Mid-Week Winners

Yesterday’s premarket report was chock-full of prime opportunities to strike it big with some fantastic intraday gains. Here they are in descending order of magnitude:

Diana Containerships, Inc. DCIX – Like DRYS, which we were tracking on such a monumental run that it got halted, DCIX is another play in the shipping sector, which has been the post-election hot ticket. After we tagged it in yesterday’s report, DCIX managed a hearty run from 8.27 to as high as 26.17, an intraday burst amounting to 216%
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Sino-Global Shipping America, Ltd. SINO – Tally up yet another shipper that we caught just in time to benefit from the rush on the sector. SINO was another inclusion in our Monday watchlist, and it too has produced a multi-bag surge. The stock traded in a range from 3.45 to 7.86 yesterday, allowing for up to 128% in single-session profits. From our observed low of 1.44 on Monday, it marked a three-day uptrend of 446%
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Bulova Technologies Group, Inc. BTGI – We also had a pair of subpenny plays put up solid numbers on the day yesterday. We tagged BTGI on Tuesday, observed a modest run on massive volume, and reiterated as much in yesterday’s report. The trend continued, as the stock ran from  .0036-.0059 (+64%) on over 5X its 30-day average volume. From our observed low of .00275 on Tuesday, it went down as an overall two-day swing of 115%
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SpectraScience, Inc. SCIE – Rounding out our list of nice gainers from yesterday is SCIE. The stock traded in a comparatively subdued, yet quite notable range from .0019-.003. That was good for gains of up to 58%


Added Notes:

Options Reminder – We also want to remind our readers of our successful hunch that Bank of America would be a good short yesterday. We saw modest gains in our target contracts, BAC Weekly $20.50-19.50 Puts, and will continue to track the added gains that are sure to be caused from another gap-down here in the premarket, and possible continued backslide today. We’ll provide an update on the activity and our total possible gains in tomorrow’s premarket report.

Shipping Watchlist – Granted the excellent activity in the shipping sector that we’ve been mentioning, we thought it would be a good idea to include a handful of other plays in the space to watch in addition the ones we’ve already mentioned this week: RLOG, GSL, CHNR, NMM, OSG, NAO.


Extended Watchlist:
PGAS, NUGN, SFOR, ABCE, MXSG,

Blue Horseshoe Stocks: DRYS Historic Run & More

Dry Ships, Inc. DRYS – Update

We thought DRYS was a prime play on Monday morning when we included the stock in our watchlist, and even after seeing an incredible gain of 215% that first day and reiterating our interest yesterday morning, nothing could have prepared us for the epic run-up that has followed.

The chances of ever catching a stock in the $13-range and watching it surge to over $100 in a matter of two sessions are razor thin to say the least, but the fantastic performance of DRYS (and indeed, the shipping sector as a whole) this week has delivered it right to our doorstep.

Yesterday the stock extended its gains by trading in a range from 45.47 to 102.00, marking an intraday boost of 124% and an overall two-session jump amounting to 650% over Monday’s low of 13.60! Here we are for a third straight day, watching the stock gear up with strength in the premarket, indicating that even more gains could be on the immediate horizon.

We’ll also be in line to catch the eventual dip-and-rip that’s likely to occur when this historic run finally does peter out, and based on the volatility we’ve witnessed thus far, it stands to be quite significant when it does come to pass.


Subpenny Movers

Staying true to our modus operandi, which dictates that we spread our focus between big boards and penny stocks alike, we had a number of subpenny interests yesterday as well, and those also saw some nice moves.

Anchorage International Holdings Corp. AHCP –  This play started out as a subpenny in the morning, and finished it out in Pennyland, cracking the penny barrier as it ran from .006-.015 on the day. That works out to a single-session move of 150% on just over eight times the monthly average volume.

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Bulova Technologies Group, Inc. BTGI – A modest yet notable swing was recorded by BTGI, as the stock ran from .00275 to .0038. That went down as a 38% pop, and came on absolutely massive volume, to the tune of more than 28X the monthly average.

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ViaDerma, Inc. VDRM – Chatroom Call

Rounding out our subpenny package yesterday was a call that we made available in our daily traders chat. VDRM was as low as .0031 after we caught the news that it was getting into the marijuana space, and it ended up rallying all day to close at its high of .0073 (+135%).

We are always keeping our eyes and ears open for anything that could turn into the next big runner and we relay that information to our loyal followers anytime anything special comes across our trading desk after our premarket newsletters are published. To participate in these free daily chats, all you need to do is send a Skype contact request to username ‘stocksumo’. That’s it! We welcome any of our readers to join us!


Fresh Options Ideas 

TGT had an earnings beat this morning, and BAC is down in the premarket after topping out yesterday on the heels of a vigorous run-up. We’ll go bullish on the former, and and bearish in the latter, in an attempt to leverage the current activity in our favor.

TGT Weekly $75-79 Calls

BAC Weekly $20.50-19.50 Puts 


Extended Watchlist:
SCIE, STNG, DCIX, BAS, SB, SINO

Blue Horseshoe Stocks: Potential Rebound Plays & More

ChromaDex Corp CDXC – Update

After watching it take a disproportionately large nosedive on Monday, we highlighted CDXC in yesterday morning’s premarket report as a recovery-watch play.

Our idea remains intact heading into today’s session, with the stock making a solid 22% bounce for us right out of the gate yesterday from the open at 2.90 up to an early morning swing high of 3.55. We did witness some consolidation into the close, but the stock did register both higher highs and higher lows off of its recent bottom, so we’ll certainly be on the lookout for a continuation of that trend as we cruise through this midweek.


The JG Wentworth Co. JGWE

Speaking of bottom-bouncers, we’re interested in reserving a spot on our radars for JGWE. JG Wentworth recently failed to comply with NYSE listing requirements, and has thus been delisted and relegated to the OTCQX.

The beating the stock has taken pounded it down to a new all-time low on Monday, and yesterday we observed something of a bounce signal. We’ll put this play on watch for the possibility of further rebound action, as the stock is a egregiously oversold at the moment. Regaining even half of the ground it has lost since May ould mean gains of over 100% from current PPS levels.


Towerstream Corp. TWER

We also want to place TWER on watch this morning as we are seeing a nominal gap-up in the premarket. The stock is trading just above a multiple-bottom support level, and so we’re going to be tracking this one for its bounceplay potential as well.

The stock has a recent track record for volatile swings that we find very attractive. Early last week it ran hard from .14 to .31. In theory, a similar swing could net us multi-bag gains from here, so we’ll be sure to keep a closer eye on TWER from this point forward.


Extended Watchlist:
CSNG, SCIE, UCPA, AGTK, GRZG, TTHG