Another Excellent Trading Week on the Books

Another Positive Options Performance: 

On Wednesday morning, we initiated coverage on a set of SPY Calls, the SPY 10/08 $430-431 Calls which provided instant results, as we were mentioning yesterday. In fact, those fared so well that rolled up to include the SPY 10/08 $436-438 Calls on our watchlist as well.

With yet another bullish session posted by the S&P, we saw impressive new highs in our previously tracked plays as well as some solid single session runs recorded by the updates strikes as well. The moves and total possible gains on all of those contract sets breaks down as follows:

SPY 10/08 $430-431 Calls
 2.24-11.17 (+399%)
$431: 1.82-10.77 (+492%)

SPY 10/08 $436-438 Calls
$436: 3.53-6.15 (+74%)
$437: 2.60-5.35 (+106%)
$437.50: 2.44-4.88 (+100%)
$438: 2.32-4.50 (+94%)

Our other two freshly formulated options plays from yesterday’s report were in the LEVI and HELE chains, and we got some positive activity on the day from those plays as well:

LEVI 10/15 $25-26 Calls
$25: .90-2.01 (+123%)
$26: .50-1.20 (+140%)

HELE 10/15 $220-230 Call
$220: 13.54-17.50 (+29%)
$230: 5.10-8.50 (+67%)

Fresh Options Idea:
TPTX 11/19 $45-50 Calls

American Leisure Holdings, Inc. AMLH  – Recap: 

To wrap things up during what has been an immensely successful trading week for both options and stocks, we have an update on AMLH. We flagged this play for observation for the first time on Sept. 22nd, and since then it has exhibited a multibag run. From our observed low of .0026, yesterday’s new high of .0074 works out to an increase of 185%

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PEP Options Review, SPY Calls & More

PepsiCo, Inc. PEP – Options Recap:

We had a quick-strike idea based off of PEP earnings in yesterday morning’s premarket report. It was basically the only game in town on the earnings front, as we continue to trudge along through an extremely dry period. As we’ve mentioned in previous newsletters recently, this earnings drought will persist until the week of the 18th.

Our sole set of earnings play targets were the PEP Weekly $149-152.50 Calls, and those produced some very respectable intraday gain opportunities on the day for ourselves and our readers. Multibag runs were recorded by all three contract sets.

PEP Weekly $149-152.50 Calls
 1.84-3.51 (+91%)
$150: 1.19-2.73 (+129%)
$152.50: .28-1.04 (+271%)

Fresh Options Ideas:
SPY 10/08 $430-431 Calls

VizConnect, Inc. VIZC – Recap:

We’re also going to take a minute to relay the move made by VIZC, a subpenny stock that we flagged a couple of times last month beginning on the morning of the 10th.

The stock traded for as little as .0031 subsequent to our alert. During yesterday’s session it recorded a new high of .0072. That works out to an increase of 132% over our observed low.

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Options Ideas, Fresh News on MDGS & More

Designer Brands, Inc. DBI – Options Update:

Last Tuesday morning, we signaled interest in tracking some longer-term options in the DBI chain, and began to monitor the DBI 10/15 $10-15 Calls.

It’s been a good week, with some respectable gains coming to those contracts so far. We still have more than two weeks remaining before their expiration, so we’ll be interested to see if they can deliver further results in the days ahead.

Here are the total possible gains on those targets to this point: 

DBI 10/15 $10-15 Calls
 3.68-5.40 (+47%)
$12.50: 1.53-3.00 (+96%)
$15: .33-1.05 (+218%)

Fresh Options Ideas: 
THO 10/15 $115-120 Calls
UNFI 10/15 $35-40 Calls

Medigus Ltd. (NASDAQ: MDGS) – Fresh News Alert:

We’ve also got another news alert this morning on MDGS, which we’ve been following for a month now. Our initial report on the company was on August 23rd, and you can find it here at this link.

Jeff Brands, of which Medigus is a majority stakeholder, is expanding its scope by way of a collaboration agreement with an established company. We’ve been talking about this company’s drive and focus on developing its interests at a rapid pace, and we have not been disappointed on that front.

OMER, Israel, Sept. 28, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Medigus Ltd. (Nasdaq: MDGS), a technology company engaged in advanced medical solutions, innovative internet technologies and electric vehicle and charging solutions, announced today that Jeff Brands Ltd. (50.03%), a fast-growing consumer products goods (CPG) company, operating primarily on, will expand its business into e-commerce logistics warehouses. Jeff Brands signed a non-binding collaboration agreement with iFulfillYou LLC, a U.S.-based warehousing logistics services company under which the parties intend to collaborate for the establishment of logistics warehouses in the U.S. through a newly created company. (>>View Full PR)

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