Hot Options Runners, Fresh Ideas & More

Friday’s Winning Selections: 

We’re kicking things off this week the same way we always hope to do, which is presenting the excellent gain opportunities that our Friday options ideas afforded ourselves and our readers. As usual, most of our targets yielded excellent intraday gains opportunities.

The winning plays were the AFRM 09/17 $110-120 Calls, the PLAY Weekly $37-39 Calls, and the TIGR 09/17 $12.50-15 Calls, which all fared quite well on the day. We were commenting on the fact that we’re heading into another period of a relatively thin earnings calendar, but we managed to unearthed some multibag runners nonetheless.

The ranges and total possible gains on those plays were as follows:

AFRM 09/17 $110-120 Calls
$110: 3.10-17.50 (+162%)
$115: 2.00-13.50 (+193%)
$120: 1.25-10.12 (+112%)

PLAY Weekly $37-39 Calls
$37: .51-1.32 (+162%)
$37.50: .21-1.00 (+193%)
$38: .14-.65 (+112%)
$39: .09-.24 (+171%)

TIGR 09/17 $12.50-15 Calls 
$12.50: 1.80-3.40 (+162%)
$15: .60-1.49 (+193%)

Fresh Options Ideas:
SPY 09/13 $446-448 Calls*
APLS 10/15 $30-40 Calls

*These calls expire at the end of the session today. Please don’t dabble in options on their day of expiration unless you are an advanced level trader with access to disposable funds!

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Passing the Midway Point of a Solid Trading Week

More Options Review:

As we head into this midweek, we are tracking a number of options plays like a typical week. As usual, most of our targets turned up nice gain opportunities on the day yesterday, with three out of four sets of weekly calls recording notable intraday runs.

We had the UPS Weekly $187.50-192.50 Calls, the RTX Weekly $81.50-82 Calls, and the BP Weekly $25 Calls on our radar, and those three plays delivered multiple chances for our readers following their respective companies’ earnings reports.

UPS Weekly $187.50-192.50 Calls
$187.50: 3.93-10.05 (+156%)
$190 : 2.40-7.87 (+228%)
$192.50: 1.50-5.85 (+290%)

RTX Weekly $81.50-82 Calls
 .60-2.15 (+258%)
$82 : .38-1.92 (+405%)

BP Weekly $25 Calls
$25 : 
.20-.31 (+55%)

Fresh Options Ideas:
AMD Weekly $87-89 Calls
SONY Weekly $107-110
V Weekly $230-235 Calls

Rennova Health Inc. RNVA

Continuing along with the trend of OTC runners we’ve recently been unearthing, we’ve got a brief update for you on RNVA. The stock has appeared in our reports multiple times this month as it has begun to come off of its recently established 52-week lows.

Following our signal of RNVA in our report on Friday, the stock traded for as little .0006, and yesterday it surged past the super-subpenny/subpenny border as it hit .0013. That works out to a 117% rise since Friday. Readers who only caught yesterday’s watchlist still had the chance for gains of up to 86% off of its intraday range from .0007-.0013.

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New Trading Ideas & More

Options Updates, Fresh Ideas: 

As usual, in our premarket report yesterday morning, we started off a new trading week with some quick-strike options ideas. We were looking at the SPY, and XPEV chains with the SPY 03/08 $382-383 Calls, and the XPEV Weekly $28-30 Calls as our targets of interest.

All the action took place early on in the session, well prior to the markets dipping into the close. Here were the total possible gains on the table as they made their rapid morning runs: 

SPY 03/08 $382-383 Calls
$382:  2.55-5.74 (+125%)
$383: 1.96-4.80 (+145%)

XPEV Weekly $28-30 Calls
 1.55-3.25 (+109%)
$29: 1.05-2.60 (+148%)
$30: .80-1.99 (+149%)

Fresh Options Ideas: 
VRTX Weekly $215-217.50 Calls
VRTX 03/19 $220-225 Calls
DKS Weekly $71-69.50 Puts

Saddle Ranch Media, Inc. SRMX

From yesterday morning‘s extended watchlist, we saw SRMX put forth a pleasing intraday surge. The stock was trading for as little as .0046 in the very early goings, and raced quickly to a daily high of .0093. That worked out to a run of 102%

Volume has been picking up, and this is a stock that we saw pop to nearly .02 just last month. We’ll certainly want to continue to watch its activity for the possibility of another push.

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