Blue Horseshoe Stocks: Big News Play & More


PVH Corp. PVH

PVH has demanded our repeat attention for nearly an entire trading week now. We were just updating our readers yesterday morning  with the fantastic gains we’ve seen from our options idea, the PVH 09/20 $75-85 Calls, since last Tuesday.

We’ve had to return each morning to update readers on the new highs these plays have been registering each day. Today will be no different, with significant extensions to our total observed ranges being logged with yesterday’s session. Please note, these are the lows following our alert last Tuesday, to yesterday’s subsequent highs.

$75 Calls – Range: 5.10-14.25 – Max Gain: 179%
$80 Calls – Range: 2.00-9.60 – Max Gain: 380%
$85 Calls – Range: .55-5.07 – Max Gain: 789%

With nearly two weeks remaining until expiration, we can’t rule out even more increases coming to these plays. They’ll remain on our radar for the time being.


Weatherford International plc  WFTIQ

Also catching our eye today, thanks to our longtime reader Mark, is a news release by an OTC company which has just scored a huge contract with PBR (Petrobras), a stock that we have an extensive history covering. It is Brazil’s state run oil conglomerate, and the deal represents the biggest score for WFTIQ to date.

We’ll include a clip of, and link to, the PR below, and what we’re looking at for the stock is the potential for some rapid near-term gains as a response to the big news.

BAAR, Switzerland, Sept. 10, 2019 /PRNewswire/ – Weatherford International plc (OTC-PINK: WFTIQ) (the “Company” or “Weatherford”), announced the signing of an $87 million contract for fishing and intervention services with Petrolio Brasileiro S.A., which is more commonly known as Brazilian-based multinational corporation Petrobras. The four-year agreement represents the largest fishing contract ever signed by Weatherford. It also constitutes the largest single global award for this scope in the recent past. (>>View Full PR)


FuelCell Energy, Inc. FCEL 

FCEL is a play we’ve also been familiar with in the past, and we tagged in yesterday morning’s premarket watchlist after the company’s big Q3 revenue beat on Friday.

It was a solid choice, with the stock making a nice move on day for us. FCEL traded in a range from .48-.64, marking a move of 33% We’ll be interested to see if it can build off of that momentum and continue to rise up off of its recent relative lows.


Extended Watchlist:
IGNG, FMHS, GSAT, AVEO, MNK, WTER, SDRL

Blue Horseshoe Stocks: Bearish Options Ideas

AutoDesk Inc. ADSK 

With things looking choppy for the markets this morning, we are going to turn to a bearish idea for ADSK despite the company’s beat on Q2 earnings yesterday after market hours. The stock began to crumble under the weight of ADSK’s weak Q3 guidance. The poor outlook given, combined with the flow of market tides, could be just the thing for bearish options contracts, namely the ADSK Weekly $135-132 Puts.

There are those of the belief that ADSK stock was already valued too high leading into yesterday’s report, which is why we feel confident choosing to go short at the present time.
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Bonus Bear:
TIF Weekly $82-79 Puts 


The Buckle, Inc. BKE – Update

We would also like to update readers on another recent idea we floated. On Friday morning, we selected the BKE 09/20 $17.50-20 Calls for a longer-term options idea, and already it has borne fruit just a few sessions later.

The $17.50 Calls have run from a low of .95 and reached 2.31, marking a gain of 143%  Meanwhile the $20′s have soared by an even higher margin, trading in a range from .20 up to .72, which works out to a 260% run.


Extended Watchlist:
LCI, VTGN, OBLN, TGE, NAKD, USLV, WTER, COTY,

DUSS, AAPL, STWG & Extended Watchlist

Dussault Apparel, Inc. DUSS
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Our first alert on DUSS came last Wednesday the 16th, at which point the stock jumped from .001-.0015, giving us the chance at intraday gains of up to 50%  DUSS would repeat this action the following day, once again bouncing from .001 to .0015.

We had DUSS on our watchlist once again on the 23rd following a sell-off from previous highs, and were just in time to catch a low of .0009, and watch the stock jump 44% to yesterday’s close at .0013. Highly volatile plays like this one are not for the faint-of-heart, and while extreme caution should be employed in trading such stocks, it’s plain to see that they can also facilitate a multitude of rapid-gain opportunities.


Apple, Inc. AAPL – Options

AAPL has continued its uptrend all week, and the 11/01 $505 Calls that we’ve been tracking since 10/16 have continued their ascent as well. They’ve now reached 32.53 from where we began in the $12-range. The $510 Calls, starting out at $10 have charged as high as  28.91.

On Tuesday, we talked about moving our strike price closer to the money, while AAPL was trading in the high $520′s; we then saw a pullback to $508, and traders could have jumped into the $525 contracts at a deep discount. They went as low as 9.50, and yesterday touched a 19.70 high en route to a strong close at 19.35.

That’s the second time in the past week that our options ideas have yielded possible gains in the triple digits.We are going to stay on top of Apple as the earnings release on the 28th approaches. Historically, the stock has a tendency to run into earnings announcements in addition to high volatility on the day of release. We’ll be ready and waiting to time our plays accordingly.


S2C Global Systems, Inc. STWG

We caught STWG on a volume scan back in December of last year. In subsequent months it ended up showing us a huge move from sub-penny levels up to .02, and presenting the chance at quadruple-digit gains, as some of our long-time readers might remember.

We are looking toward STWG once again, as it seems momentum has been picking up recently; volume has been increasing and accumulation is at an all-time high. We are going to be monitoring for a move past that previous swing-high at .02, which would trigger a blue sky breakout.

BARCHART.COM currently lists STWG with 100% “Buy” Ratings in both the short and medium term.


Extended Watchlist:
WTER, CECO, COCO, ELY, DVAX