Blue Horseshoe Stocks: Double-Bottom Watchlist & More

Double-Bottom Watchlist

We like to look for potential rebound plays in stocks that are displaying a double bottom formation on the chart, and we’ve got three such candidate to add to a recovery watchlist this morning.

InVivo Therapeutics Holding Corp. NVIV, Stein Mart,Inc. SMRT, and Sportsman’s Warehouse Holdings, Inc. SPWH have all begun to trend off of a level of support that has been established on one or more previous occasions. We’ll want to monitor this trio in the days and weeks ahead for possible sustained recoveries.




StarBucks Corp. SBUX – Options Idea

Shares of SBUX really came crashing down this morning, all the way to the $55-level, the lowest PPS since March. We’ll be looking to take advantage of a possible forthcoming rebound when the smoke clears.

SBUX has demonstrated solid support in the $54-area earlier this year, so we’ll look for it to hold there or above on this plummet that comes even as analysts are reporting a good outlook.

Once a rebound begins to materialize, we could see some noteworthy activity in the SBUX 08/18 $54-55 Calls.


Extended Watchlist:
UHLN, BVTK, CLDX, OTTV, JAGX, KOOL, IMGN,

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Blue Horseshoe Stocks: MSDI Recap, PEP Options & More

Monster Digital, Inc. MSDI

We re-tagged MSDI for observation in yesterday morning’s premarket watchlist, and the stock ended up making a pretty good jump right out of the starting gate on a surge of huge volume to new new highs. This is a play that we first mentioned a few weeks back on June 19th, when it was trading in the .40-.50 range.

Yesterday it initially ran from 1.53 to its new high of 2.35 for an intraday swing of 54% though it didn’t manage to hold much of its advance into the close. Still, when all was said and done, MSDI ended up being the NASDAQ’s top gainer of the day, traded nearly sixty times its monthly average volume, and extended our total observed range since our first alert to a very respectable 408%



Pepsico, Inc. PEP – Options Ideas

Pepsi has been on a bit of a downturn of late, and despite its bearish moves of the past couple of weeks, we took notice of the fact that it has come down to rest around its 50-day moving average. The last time the stock spent any appreciable amount of time trading below that average, was more than four months ago.

Compound that with a chance for a boost from its scheduled quarterly earnings call next week (07/11), and it makes us interested to track some PEP options on the chance that the stock makes a rebound as we suspect it might.

We’ll take a look at the PEP Weekly $115 Calls for potential day/swing trades this week, and keep tabs on the PEP 07/14 $116 and $117 Calls in the event of a run into and/or following earnings this coming Tuesday.


Extended Watchlist:
PGLC, IMUC, FRO, KTOV, UHLN, IMTV

Blue Horseshoe Stocks: Wrapping Up the Short Week

Before we close out this 3-and-a-half day week, we’d like to take this opportunity to say, we hope everyone enjoyed the Thanksgiving holiday! We’re thankful for having such a great audience of faithful readers! You folks are the reason we get out of bed each day to provide our best insights and ideas on stocks, funds, and options! Cheers to you and yours!


 
Omni Health, Inc. OMHE

We included OMHE as a part of our extended watchlist on Wednesday morning, and the stock followed that up with a respectable performance on the day, despite a very quiet session, as is to be expected just preceding a holiday.

OMHE traded in a range from a low of .026 to a subsequent high of .038, which worked out to an intraday gain of 46% and it came on relatively heavy volume to the tune of nearly six times the monthly average.

Our timing in mentioning this play for the first time ever on Wednesday, was as good as can be, as the stock surged to a new annual high on the day. For these reasons, we’ll be sure to leave this play on our radar in sessions to come.

In an added note, Omni Health is actually a spinoff of a cannabis stock that we have mentioned in the past- MCIG.


Cannabis Roundup

Speaking of cannabis plays, we’ve continued to track the sector on the heels of this month’s elections, as was our intent. On the whole,  activity has been more subdued than expected due to a number of other hot-button areas that have enjoyed good performance, such as the shipping sector boom that we took advantage of a couple of weeks ago.

That being said, we are still as interested as ever in the marijuana space, and many of the plays we’ve been monitoring in that area put up solid numbers just prior to the holiday hiatus, so we just want to provide a quick update on the kind of intraday gains that were made possible:

Medical Marijuana, Inc. MJNA – Range: .083-.115 – Max Gain: 59%

Marijuana Co. of America, Inc. MCOA – Range: .0251-.0575 – Max Gain: 129%

American Cannabis Co. Inc. AMMJ – Range: .461-.8689 – Max Gain: 88%

Vape Holdings, Inc. VAPE – Range: .0058-.0115 – Max Gain: 98%

As always, we’ll remind everyone to keep a general watch over any and all pot plays, as you see the level of opportunity that the sector continues to bring to the table.


Extended Watchlist:
UHLN, LEXG, CRVW, BCCI, BABL, KGKG