NEW DIRECTIONAL CALL PLAYS

Harris Corp. - HRS - close: 87.65 change: +0.75

Stop Loss: 84.90
Target(s): To Be Determined
Current Option Gain/Loss: Unopened
Average Daily Volume = 927 thousand
Entry on January -- at $---.--
Listed on January 04, 2016
Time Frame: Exit PRIOR to earnings in early February
New Positions: Yes, see below

Company Description

Trade Description:
Out of the thousands of publically traded companies out there only a few have been around for over 100 years. A couple of weeks ago HRS celebrated its 120th anniversary.

HRS issued a press release to mark the achievement. Here's an excerpt: "Founded in the back room of an Ohio jewelry store in December 1895, Harris grew from a tiny printing press company into a top 10 defense contractor with $8 billion in annualized sales, 22,000 employees, customers in 125 countries, and a diverse portfolio of technologies that connect, inform and protect the world. Harris is the longest-thriving major defense contractor and one of 398 publicly held companies still in existence for 120 years or longer - including GE, CVS, Coca-Cola, Pfizer, P&G, and J.P. Morgan."

Today HRS is in the technology sector. They are considered part of the communication equipment industry. According to the company, "Harris Corporation is a leading technology innovator, solving our customers' toughest mission-critical challenges by providing solutions that connect, inform and protect. Harris supports customers in more than 125 countries, has approximately $8 billion in annual revenue and 22,000 employees worldwide. The company is organized into four business segments: Communication Systems, Space and Intelligence Systems, Electronic Systems, and Critical Networks."

Last year HRS ended 2015 on a strong note. The month of December saw HRS win several government contracts worth more than $1 billion. Meanwhile analysts are bullish on the stock. Goldman Sachs has a buy rating on HRS. Cowen recently upped their price target to $102 and said it was one of their best trading ideas for 2016.

Technically the stock has been showing relative strength. Last year HRS outperformed the broader market with a +20% gain. The positive news about the company's new contract wins produced a bullish breakout past major resistance at $85.00 in mid December. Today investors bought the dip near short-term support at its 10-dma. HRS displayed relative strength today too with a +0.8% gain. If this bounce continues we want to hop on board. Tonight we are suggesting a trigger to buy calls at $88.15.

Trigger @ $88.15

- Suggested Positions -

Buy the FEB $90 CALL (HRS160219C90) current ask $2.20
option price is a current quote and not a suggested entry price.

Entry disclaimer: To avoid an unfavorable entry point, we will not launch a new play if the stock gaps open more than $1.00 past our suggested entry point.

Option Format: symbol-year-month-day-call-strike

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