Wednesday’s Winners, 4 Fresh Picks

         Wednesday Review:

Yet again on Wednesday, we hashed out a pack of 5 potential options plays for our readers, and were rewarded by excessive intraday upswings from each and every target in our report for the day. We have yet to post a miss on any of our ideas this week, and as always, we will attempt to keep this awesome streak going with the help of today’s earnings reporters. It’s always nice when we have a plethora of earnings reports dropping, on which to base our daily ideas.

Yesterday’s signaled targets were the FTNT Weekly $72-74 Calls, the BABA Weekly $77-75 Puts, the EQNR 02/16 $28-27 Puts, the CVS Weekly $73-75 Calls and the SPY 02/07 $494-495 Calls. Here were the excellent intraday performances they laid down for us and our readers:

FTNT Weekly $72-74 Calls
.23-.61 (+165%)
$73: .14-.39 (+178%)
$74: .09-.26 (+189%)

BABA Weekly $77-75 Puts
2.00-4.05 (+102%)
$76: 1.45-3.20 (+121%)
$75: .91-2.45 (+169%)

EQNR 02/16 $28-27 Puts
$28: .95-1.27 (+34%)
$27: .25-.55 (+120%)

CVS Weekly $73-75 Calls
$73: 2.43-4.40 (+81%)
$74: 1.61-3.43 (+113%)
$75: 1.08-2.50 (+131%)

SPY 02/07 $494-495 Calls
$494: 1.82-4.50 (+147%)
$495: 1.15-3.50 (+204%)

Fresh Options Ideas:
AZN Weekly $64-62 Puts
DIS Weekly $105-107 Calls
PYPL Weekly $61-59 Puts
ARM Weekly $96-98 Calls

Extended Watchlist:

Tuesday’s Targets Hit, 5 New Plays

         Recapping Tuesday’s Runners:

After starting this trading week off on a high note Monday without having missed on a single pick from Friday, we kept the party going with another perfect slate of potential plays in yesterday morning’s premarket report. The majority of those targets recorded multi-bag moves on the day, some of which were really quite impressive.

Our second successful batch of ideas for the week consisted of the PLTR Weekly $19.50-20.50 Calls, the SYM 02/16 $42.50-40 Puts, the BP Weekly $35.50-36.50 Calls, the TM 02/16 $210 Calls, and the LLY Weekly $740-745 Calls. Here are the trading ranges and total possible gains those targets produced for the session:

PLTR Weekly $19.50-20.50 Calls
.67-2.72 (+306%)
$20: .45-2.25 (+400%)
$20.50: .30-1.80 (+500%)

SYM 02/16 $42.50-40 Puts
$42.50: 3.80-5.70 (+50%)
$40: 1.75-3.90 (+123%)

BP Weekly $35.50-36.50 Calls
$25.50: .50-1.04 (+108%)
$36: .31-.66 (+113%)
$36.50: .18-.36 (+100%)

TM 02/16 $210 Calls
$210: 4.30-12.50 (+48%)

LLY Weekly $740-745 Calls

$740: .73-1.61 (+191%)
$745: .44-1.23 (+179%)

Fresh Options Ideas:
FTNT Weekly $72-74 Calls
BABA Weekly $77-75 Puts
EQNR 02/16 $28-27 Puts
CVS Weekly $73-75 Calls
SPY 02/07 $494-495 Calls*

*Only experienced traders should attempt to trade options contracts on their day of expiration

Extended Watchlist:

Friday’s Half Day Runners, A Pair of New Ideas

Friday’s Half Day Runners:

It was a rather subdued finish to the short holiday week on Friday, just as we surmised it would be in our premarket report for the day. That didn’t stop us from formulating a few options ideas to close things out, all three of which posted some sort of intraday movement. The holidays can be rather laid back, and we’re looking at a sleepy start to this week as well, with no major earnings reporters on the slate for this morning.

Friday’s runners were the HTHT Weekly $35 Calls, the BABA Weekly $78-79 Calls, and the SPY 11/24 $454 Calls, and here are the numbers they recorded on the session:

HTHT Weekly $35 Calls
 2.50-2.85 (+14%)

BABA Weekly $78-79 Calls
 .31-.65 (+110%)
$79: .10-.24 (+140%)

SPY 11/24 $454 Calls
$454: .86-1.41 (+64%)

Fresh Options Ideas: 
WMT Weekly $155-157.50 Calls
BBY Weekly $69-70 Calls

Star Alliance International Corp. (OTCMKTS:STAL) – Recap:

As we were just reminding our readers on Friday, we’ve been tracking STAL since our report on  November 3rd, and a PPS of .001, and the stock has been setting impressive new highs. That happened once again during Friday’s session, with the stock reaching a new high of .0177, which represents an astonishing 1670% rise over our initially observed low earlier this month!

Blackstar Enterprise Group, Inc. (OTMKTS:BEGI) – Recap:

Another one that has popping up on our watchlists for quite some time is BEGI, which, following our tag on October 30th, has run from a low of .0008, up to Friday’s high of .0105, which marks an upswing of 1212%

The OTC Markets in general seem to be heating up recently, which is why we suggest going through our daily extended watchlist for potential hidden subpenny gems, as STAL and BEGI have turned out to be. We aren’t being paid to promote any of the penny stocks in our extended watchlists, we merely do a routine daily scan for interesting potential targets for readers to consider.

Extended Watchlist: