Blue Horseshoe Stocks: Wrapping Another Great Week

Options Review
It has been another characteristically good week for the options ideas we’ve been tracking, including a pair of twenty-baggers on Wednesday. To follow up on that, we presented some fresh targets in yesterdays report, and we got some good results from those as well.

Here were top movers and the total potential gains they produced on the day:

Anheuser Busch InBev BUD Weekly $99-101 Calls 

$99 Calls – Range: .56-3.40 – Max Gain: 507%
$100 Calls – Range: .40-2.67 – Max Gain: 568%
$101 Calls – Range: .26-1.55 – Max Gain: 496%

3M Corp. MMM Weekly $185-190 Calls 

$85 Calls – Range: 1.10-2.15 – Max Gain: 95%
$87.50 Calls – Range: .40-.92 – Max Gain: 130%
$90 Calls – Range: .14-.28 – Max Gain: 100%

Fresh Ideas:
Twitter, Inc. TWTR Weekly $38.50-41 Calls*
Starbucks, Inc. SBUX Weekly $95.50-96.50 Calls*
SPDR S&P500 (ETF) SPY Weekly $300-301 Calls*

* Do not attempt to trade options with a weekly expiration on Friday unless you are an advanced level trader with access to disposable funds.

Other Updates 

Fuel Cell Energy Inc. FCEL – We wanted to mention the bottom bounce candidate we tagged in yesterday’s watchlist. It was looking ripe for another rebound and we ultimately saw the beginnings of that.

The stock traded up from a daily low of .365, and reached a high of .4926. That works out to an intraday move of 35% and a good start for a play that we’re going to continue to track.


Tautachrome, Inc. TTCM – Has made repeat appearances in our reports recently, because of the solid intraday volatility it has been bringing to the table and yesterday was no exception.

The stock had another nice bounce back with a range of .0161-.0245, representing a daily move of 52%

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Blue Horseshoe Stocks: BIOC, EYES & More

Biocept, Inc. BIOC

We watched as BIOC set new highs for the second day in a row yesterday. After gapping up in the premarket, the stock came down slightly to bounce off of support at 2.62 before running as high as 3.60 later in the afternoon. That 37% intraday move came on over 31x the 3-month average volume, and the high represented an overall rise of 110% over our observed low of 1.71 on Monday.

Calculated from the premarket high so far this morning (4.20), that figure is extended to a 145% increase overall since Monday.

Second Sight Medical Products, Inc.  EYES

EYES performed nicely for us after appearing in yesterday’s extended watchlist. It saw its low of 9.55 shortly after 10AM, and built steadily throughout the session, reaching its daily high at 11.64. That was good for tidy gains of up to 21% on the day on extreme heavy volume, and like the previously mentioned play, the stock is gapping up in premarket trading today.

It’s possible that we’ll see similar action as the session kicks off this morning with yesterday’s momentum driving the gap-up, followed by another potential dip-and-rip scenario.

Other Notables From Yesterday’s Report

Chegg, Inc. CHGG was another mention from yesterday’s watchlist that ended up faring well with an early low of 7.44 followed by a steady uptrend throughout the day. The run topped out at 8.71 just prior to the close, marking a respectable 17% increase.

Matching that intraday gain with a 17% move of its own was Cytori Therapeutics, Inc. CYTX, trading in a range from .70-.82. on 10x the 3-month average volume.

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WGBS, SSH, SFXE, SMSI, AVXL, BNFT, LOGL(Big Aquisition News)

Blue Horseshoe Stocks: RSH Updates & More

RadioShack Corp. RSH

RSH found new highs early in the session after we tagged it in yesterday morning’s extended watchlist. Word got around that RSH was reportedly offered a $500M bankruptcy loan, and it sent the stock quickly from a low of .43 to .55 which registers as a 28% intraday rip.

That marks the second time in the past several months that we caught RSH coming off of a new 52-week low and were afforded a rapid gain opportunity as a result. The last time was back in August when we tracked the play from its then annual low of .55 all the way up to the 1.60-area.

As of the end of 2014, the company was only short roughly $40M of the $100M in cash/credit needed to avoid having its long-term finance nixed, so this loan could certainly alter circumstances. We’ll be paying close attention for updates on whether the terms will be accepted by RSH.

Top Shelf Brands Holdings, Inc. DKTS

We wanted to do a quick update on DKTS this morning; the company came with some late morning news yesterday regarding the updated status of its recently announced teaming with Big Tent Media. Apparently Big Tent has already found a suitable partnership for DKTS with regard to the public release of its upcoming beverage line; Konvict Records, which was co-founded by well-known R&B singer Akon.

The marketing power of celebrity endorsement has been demonstrated time and time again, particularly in the premium spirits industry. Countless celebrities have successfully launched branded beverages, and DKTS hopes to capture the same sort of recognition for its brands. It’s a story to which we are definitely interested in staying closely tuned.

You can follow the link below to the corresponding PR, but first we’ve prepared a followup video on the DKTS Chart, click below to check it out:

HOUSTON, Jan. 13, 2015 /PRNewswire/ – Alonzo Pierce, CEO of Top Shelf Brands Holdings, Inc. (a Nevada Corporation) (DKTS), is pleased to announce that Big Tent Group, has secured a partnership for Top Shelf Brands with Groovlyne/Konlive Distribution/Konvict Records that will create a competitive edge for Top Shelf Brands in the alcohol beverage industry. >>>VIEW PR

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