Blue Horseshoe Stocks: SYMC Bottom-Play & More

Turtle Beach Corp. HEAR

We were very pleased with HEAR on Friday, mentioning the incredible 400% move the stock had made since our initial alert on April 9th, from a low of 2.76 to 13.88.

As it happened, the stock wasn’t done impressing us yet. HEAR made an excellent run on Friday from a daily low of 10.60 to its new high of 18.62. That’s an intraday move of 76%, and an enormous 575% increase over our observed low from last month.

Symantec, Inc. SYMC

We are always on the lookout for potential bottom plays, and Symantec is going to go on our watchlist as such a candidate as we kick off a new trading week.

A sweeping round of analyst downgrades from Piper Jaffray and others, effected a massive selloff in SYMC, and we’re already seeing a start to a rebound this morning with the stock gapping up roughly 5% in the premarket.

We’re going to keep an eye on SYMC Weekly $19.50-21.50 Calls as well, in the event that the stock continues to rebound.

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CLNO, BRD, LSG & Extended Watchlist

Yesterday, despite an overall drop in all major US markets, we still managed to bring our readers a chance to get ahead. That’s right, amid the most down day that stocks have seen so far this year, 4 out of 5 of yesterday’s mentions closed in the green, while three of those provided us with opportunities to profit.

Cleantech Transit, Inc. CLNO

CLNO continues to yield gains, session after session. Yesterday, after opening up at .133, the stock managed to run as high as .165 ( a gain of 24% intraday), before settling back slightly to close at .16.

Lakeshore Gold Corp. LSG

Brigus Gold Corp. BRD

These two gold plays appeared on yesterday morning extended watchlist after coming off of recent lows, and each went on to produce some modest yet solid gains for the day.

LSG traded in a range from .20-.25, good for an intraday gain of 25%

BRD traded as low as .455, and touched a subsequent high of .503, for a gain of up to 11%

The SPY’s LOD yesterday 155.73, and the HOD was 158.43. We are looking for that to push even higher today, on the heels of numbers released yesterday concerning US durable goods orders having increased 3.6 percent in the month of May. We’d like to see the SPY continue to make higher lows and higher highs. For the remainder of the week, so long as trends continue in their current direction, we are looking at in-the-money calls with strike prices in between $156-158.

As the market goes, so goes Apple. AAPL saw a low of 398.05 yesterday. In the event that we continue to see overall upward trending, we are looking at the $400 & 405 Calls.

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