Blue Horseshoe Stocks: SFEG Review & More

Santa Fe Gold Corp. SFEG

SFEG, a stock we’ve been continuously tracking since Friday morning, has provided us with ample opportunities to profit in each session since then. The first day, a move from .0115-.0165 was good for gains of up to 43%  To open up the week on Tuesday, it amazingly ran from .0194 all the way up to .044, an added move of 127%

Then in yesterday morning’s premarket report, we relayed to our readers that a dip-and-rip scenario could be in the cards granted the rapidity with which the stock shot up in the prior session. That’s exactly what came to pass, as SFEG peeled back slightly to an even .04 in the morning before gathering a head of steam that would carry it up to a new high of .065!

It went down in the books as an intraday gain of 62% and from our observed low of .0115 on Friday, it marked an incredible three-session swing of 465% Big cheers go out to anyone who took advantage of this momentum-mover! Stipulating that the stock must hold support at or above yesterday’s swing low of .04 to hold our attention, we’ll be on the lookout for further opportunities from this point forward.


Gold Resource Corp. GORO

Speaking of momentum, we’re going to circle back around to GORO this morning for an update on its recent progress. We flagged this play for observation just under two weeks ago and subsequently witnessed it trading as low as 3.19 , and in the last four sessions, the stock has done a good job of both recording higher lows and higher highs, as well as logging a higher trading volume each day.

From a low of 3.41 a week ago today, GORO hit a high of 4.69 yesterday afternoon, which marks a solid upswing of 38%  Over the aforementioned observed low, it represented a total move of 47% in a matter of six sessions. We’ll be following this play for as long as it continues to exhibit signs of bullishness, building a higher base level of support in sessions to come.


Marinus Pharmaceuticals, Inc. MRNS

We also want to quickly draw some attention to MRNS, which gave a strong bottom-bounce signal yesterday in addition to having a simply monstrous gap on the chart to fill to the upside, and positive signals abounding. The RSI has just escaped heavily-oversold territory, while the MACD has just crossed in a bullish manner.

We’ll definitely want to keep this stock on our radars as we head into the end of this short week, and possibly into next week as well, since the filling of the gap you see below would mean gains of over 100% from the current PPS.


Extended Watchlist:
IWAL, NUVM, PTCT, HAIN, BMRN, COSI(Bottom Watch)

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Blue Horseshoe Stocks: LOTE Recap & More

Lot78, Inc. LOTE

Yesterday, as we were congratulating those of our members who had caught our tag of LOTE in last Thursday morning’s premarket report, which ran 70% from .0037- .0063 on Friday,  we mentioned that our continued interest in the stock was predicated on it maintaining support above .0046. Not only did it manage to do so, but what followed was a monstrous session that carried it from subpenny territory, on into Pennyland! It was a truly excellent way to kick off the short trading week.

From a daily low of .0052, LOTE roared its way to an afternoon high of .0152. a move of exactly a penny, which provided the chance at intraday gains of up to 192%  From our observed low of .0037 from the prior session, that represents a two-day swing of 311% The move came in conjunction with the stock’s third-highest trading volume of 2016, and the close came just two ticks below the HOD, at .015.

We’ll certainly have LOTE, which now qualifies as a momentum-play, near the top of our watchlist as we progress through this holiday-shortened week. On any pullbacks, we’ll want to see the stock maintain support above a penny.


BIND Therapeutics, Inc. BIND

Another solid pick from yesterday’s report came in the form of BIND, a company that had filed for Chapter-11 this spring.

We caught this one on the heels of its acceptance of Pfizer’s $20M stalking horse bid, in which the pharma giant intends to acquire most of the bankrupt company’s assets barring the submission of any higher bids when the assets go to auction later this month.

As for the opportunity that was present following our inclusion of the play in yesterday’s morning report, BIND traded in a daily range from .57-.79, a respectable single-session rip of 39%  We’ll continue to track this play in the event it can hold support above yesterday’s swing low.


Santa Fe Gold Corp. SFEG

On Friday morning, we marked SFEG for tracking, and what has followed is two big sessions of solid gain opportunities. Before breaking for the holiday weekend, the stock traded in a range from .0115-.0165 for an initial gain of 43%

Then yesterday, things really took off in a northerly direction as the stock traded up from .0194 to an impressive new high of .044. That came out to a single-session jump of 127% and a two-day swing amounting to 283%

With the stock firmly in blue sky breakout territory, we’ll want to continue to keep an eye peeled to monitor its activity going forward. Considering the kind of volatility we’ve witnessed thus far, a dip-and-rip scenario could be waiting to play out on the chart.
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Added Note: Speaking of gold plays, the markets experienced a selloff yesterday, and appear to be in line for another possible downturn today. As such, we’ll look to these gold-related stocks as a corresponding idea.

AngloGold Ashanti Ltd. AU and Royal Gold, Inc. RGLD


Extended Watchlist:
GCHK, TALK, SOUP, DCTH,

Blue Horseshoe Stocks: The Week in Review & More

SPDR S&P 500 ETF (SPY) – Options Recap

Our idea in weekly SPY calls has repeatedly produced this week, continuing the trend from Wednesday with a really nice session yesterday. Each of the three contracts in the our highlighted range of SPY Weekly $204-206 Calls pushed the upper limits and soared to new highs as markets rallied for the third straight day.

On the table below, we’ve included both yesterday’s daily gains, as well as the total increase off of our observed lows from Wednesday (1.45, .87 and .47 respectively):

$204 Calls – Range: 2.59-5.46 – Intraday Gain: 111% – Overall Move: 277%
$205 Calls – Range: 1.68-4.51 – Intraday Gain: 168% – Overall Move: 418%
$206 Calls – Range: .83-3.58 – Intraday Gain: 331% – Overall Move: 662%


Mobileye N.V. (MBLY) - Update

We also had a fresh idea in yesterday’s report, namely the MBLY Weekly $44.50-46.50 Calls. While we didn’t see a full sweep of our observed range in terms of big potential profits, three out of the five sets of contracts recorded sizable intra-session pops, including a monstrous octuple-bagger in the 46′s!

$45 Calls – Range: 1.80-2.50 – Max Gain: 144%
$46 Calls – Range: .31-3.00 – Max Gain: 868%
$46.50 Calls – Range: .70-1.50 – Max Gain: 44%


Netflix, Inc. NFLX – Fresh Options Idea

We’ll go ahead and close out what has been a fruitful trading week for options with one final idea. We’re going to zero in on NFLX Weekly $93.50-95.50 Calls.  We’ll need to see NFLX hold above its premarket low of 93.49 on any pullbacks for our interest in these contracts to remain in force, and if this week’s market-wide recovery trend perpetuates, it shouldn’t have much trouble doing so.

*As usual, we’ll warn our less-seasoned readers that messing with weekly options contracts on a Friday is an inherently risky proposition for expert traders only!


Five Star Quality Care, Inc. FVE

We also want to provide a quick update on a stock we tagged for observation in yesterday’s watchlist. While the intraday gains amounted to a modest 14%, we’re going to be keeping an eye peeled for further activity as we head into the long holiday weekend.

If the stock can maintain support above the current 50DMA of 2.13 on any forthcoming consolidations, it will continue to hold our interest.


Bottom Watchlist:

The following will be on our radars as possible bottom-plays: Sipp Industries, Inc. SIPC  &  Guided Therapeutics, Inc. GTHP


Extended Watchlist:
TPIV, SFEG, AAU, WING, GFI