Editor's Note:

Additional Trading Ideas:

In addition to tonight's new candidate(s), consider these stocks as possible trading ideas and watch list candidates. Some of these may need to see a break past key support or resistance:

(bullish ideas)
PENN, MKTX, LPI, ENS, MEOH, AIG, VRSN, CBS, INSM, ODFL, SAH, HGG, ITT, CCE, SANM, MWV, BC, AIR, LVLT



NEW BULLISH Plays

Lions Gate Entertainment - LGF - close: 36.94 change: +0.47

Stop Loss: 34.90
Target(s): 39.90 & 42.50
Current Gain/Loss: unopened

Entry on September -- at $--.--
Listed on September 14, 2013
Time Frame: 6 weeks to a few months
Average Daily Volume = 1.1 million
New Positions: Yes, see below

Company Description

Why We Like It:
LGF is a movie studio but it's not just any movie studio. LGF is producing and banking on the extremely popular Hunger Games series. The first film in the series was a big success and the next one is due out later this fall. Given the market's expectations for another big blockbuster the stock has been a strong performer as traders buy every dip.

Traders just bought the dip near $36 and its rising 10-dma and shares outperformed the market with a +1.28% gain on Friday. We want to jump on board. I am suggesting a trigger open bullish positions at $37.15. If triggered I am setting our first target at $39.90. Our second, more aggressive target is $42.50.

Trigger @ 37.20

Suggested Position: buy LGF stock @ (trigger)

- (or for more adventurous traders, try this option) -

Buy the 2014 Jan $40 call (LGF1418a40) current ask $1.70

Annotated chart:



Toro Co. - TTC - close: 54.94 change: +0.42

Stop Loss: 53.40
Target(s): 59.50
Current Gain/Loss: unopened

Entry on September -- at $--.--
Listed on September 14, 2013
Time Frame: 6 to 8 weeks
Average Daily Volume = 235 thousand
New Positions: Yes, see below

Company Description

Why We Like It:
TTC is in the industrial goods sector. They specialize on turf maintenance equipment. The stock surged to new highs in late August following its better than expected earnings report. TTC beat Wall Street's top and bottom line estimates and raised their guidance.

After the post-earnings rally TTC spent a couple of weeks consolidating sideways as it digested its gains. Now it's on the move higher again. This past week saw TTC breakout past short-term resistance at $54.00 and traders have been buying the dips at this level. Friday's intraday rebound from $54.00 looks like a new entry point. I am suggesting a trigger to open bullish positions at $55.15. If triggered our multi-week target is $59.50.
FYI: The Point & Figure chart for TTC is bullish with a long-term $72.00 target.

Trigger @ 55.15

Suggested Position: buy TTC stock @ (trigger)

Annotated chart: