New Watch List Entries

COST - Costco Wholesale

HSY - The Hershey Company

Active Watch List Candidates

AAPL - Apple Inc.


DHI - DR Horton Inc

DIS - Walt Disney Co.

FIS - Fidelity National Info. Services

OA - Orbital ATK Inc.

SBUX - Starbucks Corp.

Dropped Watch List Entries

FB and RCL graduated to our active play list.

New Watch List Candidates:

Costco Wholesale - COST - close: 145.86

Company Info

After five years of solid gains the rally in COST peaked in the $155 area in early 2015. The stock has spent the last several months in a massive consolidation that could be coming to an end.

If you're not familiar with COST they are in the services sector. The company runs a membership warehouse business that competes with the likes of Sam's Club (a division of Wal-Mart). According to the company, "Costco currently operates 686 warehouses, including 480 in the United States and Puerto Rico, 89 in Canada, 36 in Mexico, 27 in the United Kingdom, 23 in Japan, 12 in Korea, 11 in Taiwan, seven in Australia and one in Spain. The Company plans to open up to an additional 16 new warehouses (including one relocation to a larger and better-located facility) prior to the end of its fiscal year on August 30, 2015. Costco also operates electronic commerce web sites in the U.S., Canada, the United Kingdom and Mexico."

Revenue growth has been lackluster this year. COST has managed to beat Wall Street estimates on the bottom line but the revenue number has been soft. Their most recent quarterly report was announced on September 29th. Earnings were up +10% from a year ago to $1.73 a share. That beat estimates. Yet COST said their Q4 revenues were virtually flat (+0.7%) to $35.78 billion. That missed expectations. Comparable store sales were up +2% in the U.S. but down -10% in Canada.

A lot of COST's revenue troubles have come from lower oil, which has pushed gas prices lower. The big drop in gas prices cuts their revenue growth. Plus the stronger dollar hurts their foreign sales. The company continues to expand its presence in the U.S. and overseas. Management plans to launch 12 new warehouses this quarter. Overall COST plans to build 32 new stores in the next 12 months, including its first store in France.

The stock looks poised to breakout past its July, August, and September highs and make a run at its 2015 highs. We suspect COST is going to grab more investor attention as we approach the holiday shopping season. The stock tends to see a rally from September into Black Friday (the day after Thanksgiving).

COST has resistance in the $147.00 area. The August intraday high was $147.59 while the August closing high was $146.89. Tonight I am suggesting we wait for COST to close above $147.60 and buy calls the next morning. More conservative traders may want to wait and make sure COST closes above $148.00 instead since a close above this level would generate a new buy signal on the point & figure chart.

Wait for COST to close above $147.60, then buy calls the next morning (stop loss at $139.75)

BUY the 2017 Jan $160 call (COST170120C160)

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

Chart of COST:

Originally listed on the Watch List: 10/04/15

The Hershey Company - HSY - close: 94.31

Company Info

Not many companies make it past 100 years old. HSY is looking good for being 120 years old. The recent action in the stock suggest HSY has found a bottom.

If you are not familiar with HSY here's a description from the company, "The Hershey Company (HSY), headquartered in Hershey, Pa., is a global confectionery leader known for bringing goodness to the world through its chocolate, sweets, mints and other great-tasting snacks. Hershey has approximately 22,000 employees around the world who work every day to deliver delicious, quality products. The company, which has more than 80 brands around the world that drive over $7.4 billion in annual revenues, includes such iconic brand names as Hershey's, Reese's, Hershey's Kisses, Jolly Rancher and Ice Breakers. Hershey is focused on growing its presence in key international markets while continuing to build its competitive advantage in North America. Additionally, Hershey is poised to expand its portfolio into snacking categories beyond confectionery, finding new ways to bring goodness to people everywhere."

Thus far 2015 has been a bit disappointing. On June 19th the company issued an earnings warning and lowered their 2015 guidance below analysts' estimates. On August 7th they reported earnings. EPS beat expectations but revenues missed. Guidance was in-line with the prior lowered forecast. The stock dropped on both occasions but the sell-off didn't get very far before investors bought the dip in HSY. On the plus side HSY said their gross margins are improving.

HSY has a large, relatively safe domestic business in the U.S. The Q4 should be positive given all the holidays. HSY should see a seasonal uptick in sales. The company is also trying to expand overseas with a focus on China. Their recent acquisition in China has been fraught with troubles but expectations have already been reduced. The Chinese business disappointment has already been priced into HSY's stock price.

Wall Street opinion is mixed. Analysts are forecasting five-year earnings growth of +8% for HSY. JP Morgan seems optimistic since they just upgraded the stock and their price target. The point & figure chart is bullish and forecasting at $104.00 target. I think HSY can go a lot higher.

HSY saw a slow and steady correction from its all-time highs near $110 set in January this year. Shares have been building a base in the $87-94 range for months. Currently HSY appears to have major resistance in the $94-96 area but a breakout would signal the next leg higher. Tonight I am suggesting investors wait for HSY to close above $97.00 and then buy calls the next morning.

Wait for HSY to close above $97.00, then buy calls the next morning (stop loss at $89.75)

BUY the 2017 Jan $110 call (HSY170120C110)

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

Chart of HSY:

Originally listed on the Watch List: 10/04/15

Active Watch List Candidates:

Apple Inc - AAPL - close: 110.38

10/04/15: AAPL underperformed the broader market last week. The stock did find some short-term support in the $108 area but AAPL's rebound lagged behind the market.

Currently we have a buy-the-dip trigger to buy calls at $101.00. We are going to stick to that plan for now. More aggressive investors may want to consider a breakout entry strategy if AAPL can close above resistance near $117.00.

Trade Description: September 13, 2015:
Love it or hate it AAPL always has Wall Street's attention. It has a cult-like following. The company's success has turned AAPL's stock into the biggest big cap in the U.S. markets with a current valuation of more than $651 billion.

The company is involved in multiple industries from hardware, software, and media but it's best known for its consumer electronics. The iPod helped perpetuate the digital music revolution. The iPhone, according to AAPL, is the best smartphone in the world. The iPad helped bring the tablet PC to the mass market. The company makes waves in every industry they touch with a very distinctive brand (iOS, iWork, iLife, iMessage, iCloud, iTunes, etc.) and they've done an amazing job at building an Apple-branded ecosystem. Now they're getting into the electronic payments business with Apple Pay.

Earnings growth has been significant as consumer snapped up the iPhone 6 and 6+. The company expects the iPhone to be a major driver as only 20-25% of their user base has upgraded. This past week AAPL held their annual event in September and introduced several upgrades.

AAPL has unveiled new stuff for their smartwatch, they introduced the iPhone 6s and 6s+, they introduced a new, larger iPad that's being called the iPad Pro. The company also introduced a new Apple TV system. They also unveiled a new leasing program for their iPhones.

Normally consumers buy iPhones through their wireless carrier. This past week AAPL announced a deal where consumers could lease their phone from Apple for $32.00 a month and get a free upgrade every year. For the iPhone fanatics it's probably a great deal.

The 2015 holiday shopping season will be here sooner than you expect and AAPL stands to benefit from their parade of new products announced last week. Yet I don't want to buy AAPL at current levels. Odds are good that stocks could sell-off following the FOMC decision this coming Thursday. We want to take advantage of any temporary weakness in shares of AAPL.

Tonight I am listing a buy-the-dip trigger at $101.00. No initial stop loss but investors might want to consider a stop under the August 24th low ($92.00).

We will re-evaluate our entry strategy next weekend after seeing how the market reacted to the Fed meeting.

Buy-the-dip trigger at $101.00
No stop, initially

BUY the 2017 Jan $120 call (AAPL170120C120) (estimated entry $8-to-$12)

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

Originally listed on the Watch List: 09/13/15 - CRM - close: 73.93

10/04/15: CRM tested technical support at its simple 200-dma (near $68) and bounced. Shares delivered a pretty big bounce thanks to M&A rumors. Speculation is growing that IBM or Microsoft (MSFT) might need to buy a fast growing company like CRM. This fueled a rally toward resistance near $74.00 in CRM.

I am not giving up on a buy-the-dip trigger at $65.25. However, if CRM continues to rally I don't want to miss too much of it. The stock has additional resistance at $76.00. Tonight we will add a second trigger to buy calls if CRM can close above $76.25 (see below for details).

Trade Description: September 20, 2015:
If you're looking for a long-term bullish candidate CRM definitely fits. Founded in 1999 and headquartered in San Francisco the company has become a huge player in the cloud computing industry.

CRM is part of the technology sector. According to the company, "Salesforce is the world's #1 CRM company. Our industry-leading Customer Success Platform has become the world's leading enterprise cloud ecosystem. Industries and companies of all sizes can connect to their customers in a whole new way using the latest innovations in cloud, social, mobile and data science technologies with the Customer Success Platform."

CRM's revenues have been consistently growing in the mid +20% range the last few quarters. Their Q4 revenues were up +26%. Q1 revenues were +23%. The company's most recent quarter was announced August 20th. Analysts were expecting Q2 results of $0.17 a share on revenues of $1.6 billion. CRM beat both estimates with a profit of $0.19 as revenues grew +23.5% to $1.63 billion. Management raised their Q3 and full year 2016 revenue guidance.

Technically the stock is in a long-term up trend and the point & figure chart is forecasting an $85.00 target. Considering where we are on the calendar and the fact that the next three weeks tend to be the worst weeks of the year for stocks, I am suggesting a buy-the-dip trigger. Wait for CRM to dip to $65.25 and then buy calls.

Buy-the-dip trigger: $65.25, initial stop loss $59.00

BUY the 2017 Jan $75 call (CRM170120C75)

- or -

Breakout trigger: Wait for CRM to close above $76.25
Then buy calls the next morning (no stop)

BUY the 2017 Jan $85 call (CRM170120C85)

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


Originally listed on the Watch List: 09/20/15

DR Horton Inc. - DHI - close: 29.73

10/04/15: DHI came very close to hitting our entry trigger last week. The plan was to buy calls on a dip at $28.50. The stock kept finding support in the $28.55 area. Friday's low was $28.54 and shares rebounded back into the green.

I am adjusting our buy-the-dip trigger from $28.50 down to $27.75. If the market rolls over then DHI might test technical support at the 200-dma. However, I am also adding a second trigger. If this rally continues we want to jump on board. Wait for DHI to close above $30.65 and then buy calls the next morning.

Trade Description: September 13, 2015:
Believe it or not but homebuilders have been some of the market's better performers this year. The group is up about 15% year to date. DHI has outperformed its peers with a +24% gain in 2015. The stock is poised to breakout past resistance near $32.00 and hit new multi-year highs.

If the Federal Reserve does announce a rate hike on Thursday it could spark a temporary sell-off in the homebuilders. I want to be ready to buy the dip in DHI. The stock should have support in the $27.00-28.00 area. Tonight I am suggesting a buy-the-dip trigger at $28.50 and we'll list a stop loss at $25.75.

Buy-the-dip trigger at $27.75
Initial stop loss at $25.45

- or -

Wait for DHI to close above $30.65 and then buy calls the next morning

BUY the 2017 Jan $35 call (DHI170120C35)

10/04/15 Add a second trigger - a close above $30.65 as another entry to buy calls
10/04/15 adjust the buy-the-dip trigger from $28.50 to $27.75 and move the stop loss down to $25.45.
Option Format: symbol-year-month-day-call-strike


Originally listed on the Watch List: 09/13/15

The Walt Disney Co. - DIS - close: 103.00

10/04/15: DIS showed relative strength with a bounce from $98 to $103 last week. The stock looks poised to test resistance in the $105.00 area.

Currently we have a buy-the-dip trigger at $91.50. If the market rolls over we could definitely see DIS test its August lows. However, if the market doesn't roll over then we need an alternative plan. The 200-dma is near $106.00. I am adding a secondary trigger. Wait for DIS to close above $106.50 and then buy calls the next morning (use a different strike, see below).

Trade Description: September 27, 2015:
If investors continue to sell DIS we want to be ready to buy the dip near support.

DIS has been a big cap superstar with strong, steady gains off its 2011 lows. That changed in August this year. DIS has seen a very sharp and painful correction and it looks like an opportunity.

Disney reported earnings on August 4th and beat the street with earnings of $1.45 compared to estimates for $1.42. The very next day shares fell -$11.00 to $110. The sell-off in DIS stock has continued thanks to a global market meltdown.

We think this pullback in the stock is way overdone. Disney posted $13.1 billion in revenue compared to estimates for $13.2 billion. That minor miss was not the reason for the huge decline in the stock. Disney said revenues in its cable products rose +5% BUT they had seen some pressure from online streaming. Subscription growth to the ESPN cable bundle had slowed, not declined, just slowed.

There are multiple reasons. There were no major sporting events this summer like the World Cup, Olympics, etc. Some consumers are cutting the cord to cable because they are now getting their TV programming from Netflix, Hulu, etc. Cable is expensive compared to the streaming options. The drop off in ESPN growth is not related specifically to Disney. CEO Bob Iger said subscriptions would pick back up in 2016 and expand sharply in 2017 thanks to a flood of sporting events due to come online next year.

Disney has already purchased the rights to nearly every sporting event available in the next five years but the old contracts with the prior rights holders have yet to expire. As those contracts expire and the new Disney contracts begin the content on ESPN will surge.

(sidenote - The advertising environment for television should also improve in 2016 thanks to the U.S. presidential election.)

This slowdown in ESPN growth should be ignored. This is just a small part of the Disney empire and everything else is growing like crazy. Parks and resorts revenue rose +4%. Consumer products revenue rose +6% thanks to Frozen, Avengers and Star Wars merchandise. The only weak spot was interactive gaming, which declined -$58 million to $208 million. Disney expects that to rebound in Q4 as new games are released and holiday shopping begins.

The real key here is the theme parks, cruises and most of all the movie franchises. They have five Star Wars movies in the pipeline and the one opening this December is expected to gross $2.2 billion and provide Disney with more than $1 billion in profits. This is just one of the blockbusters they have scheduled.

Analysts are claiming Disney shares could add 25% before the end of December because of their strong movie schedule and coming attractions. The Avengers movie in April was a hit and added greatly to their Q2 earnings. However, that will just be a drop in the bucket compared to the money they are going to make on the Star Wars reboot in December. That is the first of five Star Wars movies on the calendar. Remember, Disney now has Marvel, Pixar and Star Wars (Lucasfilm) all under the same roof.

Disney Movie Schedule (partial list)

Dec. 18, 2015 - "Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens"
2016 - "The Incredibles 2"
2016 - "Frozen" sequel
April 2016 - "Captain America: Civil War"
June 2016 - "Finding Dory"
Dec. 2016 - "Star Wars Anthology: Rogue One"
May 2017 - "Star Wars: Episode VIII"
June 2017 - "Toy Story 4"
Late 2017 - "Thor: Ragnarok"
May 2018 - "Avengers: Infinity War - Part I"
2018 - "Untitled Star Wars Anthology Project"
May 2019 - "Avengers: Infinity War - Part II"
2019 - "Star Wars: Episode IX"

Content is still king and DIS rules. They're going to make a hoard of money off their Star Wars movies but that's just the tip of the iceberg. There will be tons of money made on merchandising from toys, clothing, video games, and just about everything else under the sun they can slap a Star Wars logo on.

The stock's correction from $121 was abrupt. DIS quickly fell from correction territory to bear-market territory in just a few days. Now the oversold bounce seems to have stalled under resistance near $105 and its 200-dma. The action this last week has DIS threatening to breakdown under round-number support at $100.00. If that happens investors could overreact and send DIS back toward its August lows near $90.00. We want to be ready to catch it near the August lows. Tonight I am suggesting a buy-the-dip trigger at $91.50.

Buy-the-dip trigger: $91.50
No stop loss (initially)

BUY the 2017 Jan $100 call (DIS170120C100)

- or -

Wait for DIS to close above $106.50,
Then buy calls the next morning, No stop loss (initially)

BUY the 2017 Jan $120 call (DIS170120C120)

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

Originally listed on the Watch List: 09/27/15

Fidelity National Info. Svcs. - FIS - close: $68.35

10/04/15: FIS has tested support near $66 and started to bounce. Last week's action looks like a potential bullish reversal but I am suggesting patience. Wait for shares to close above $71.00.

Trade Description: September 8, 2015:
We are adding FIS as a relative strength trade. The stock has been marching higher for years. Shares are outpacing the broader market this year with a +9.0% gain year to date.

FIS is in the technology sector. According to the company, "FIS is a global leader in banking and payments technology as well as consulting and outsourcing solutions. With a long history deeply rooted in the financial services sector, FIS serves more than 14,000 institutions in over 130 countries. Headquartered in Jacksonville, Fla., FIS employs more than 42,000 people worldwide and holds leadership positions in payment processing and banking solutions. Providing software, services and outsourcing of the technology that empowers the financial industry, FIS is a Fortune 500 company and is a member of Standard & Poor’s 500 Index."

FIS just recently announced it was acquiring financial software maker SunGard Data Systems for $9.1 billion in cash and stock. SunGard was about to go public and FIS gobbled them up. The combined company will have $9.2 billion in annual revenues and over 55,000 employees.

The big spike higher on FIS' daily chart was the market's reaction to this acquisition news. Shares of FIS filled the gap during the market's correction lower. Now traders are back to buying FIS. The point & figure chart is bullish and forecasting at $92.00 target.

Tonight I am suggesting we wait for FIS to close above $71.00 and then buy calls the next morning. We will start with a stop loss at $64.75.

Breakout trigger: Wait for a close above $71.00
Then buy calls the next morning with a stop loss at $64.75

BUY the 2016 Jan. $75 call (FIS160115C75)

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

Originally listed on the Watch List: 09/08/15

Orbital ATK, Inc. - OA - close: $74.31

10/04/15: OA dipped to technical support at its simple 200-dma and bounced. We are still on the sidelines waiting for a new high.

Currently our suggested entry point is a close in the $81.00-83.00 range.

Trade Description: September 8, 2015:
If you read the news it seems like the world is an increasingly dangerous place to live. Defense companies like OA are seeing their business strengthen.

OA is part of the industrial goods sector. According to the company, "Orbital ATK is a global leader in aerospace and defense technologies. The company designs, builds and delivers space, defense and aviation systems for customers around the world, both as a prime contractor and merchant supplier. Its main products include launch vehicles and related propulsion systems; missile products, subsystems and defense electronics; precision weapons, armament systems and ammunition; satellites and associated space components and services; and advanced aerospace structures. Headquartered in Dulles, Virginia, Orbital ATK employs more than 12,000 people in 18 states across the United States and in several international locations."

Their most recent earnings report was August 6th. OA reported its Q2 results of $1.28 per share. That is +16% improvement from a year ago and 26 cents above estimates. Revenues were up +7% to $1.13 billion, also better than expected.

David W. Thompson, Orbital ATK's President and Chief Executive Officer, commented on his company's results, "Orbital ATK reported excellent second quarter financial results characterized by better-than-expected revenue and very strong earnings. These results benefited from outstanding new orders, as well as continued solid operational execution on our major programs. As a result, we are increasing the company's outlook for sales and earnings this year and expanding our previously-announced capital deployment program as well.

Management raised their full year 2016 earnings to $4.60-4.80 a share and forecasted revenues in the $4.425-4.50 billion range. This is above Wall Street estimates of $4.51 a share on revenues of $4.41 billion.

Argus upgraded the stock and boosted their OA price target to $95.00. A Goldman Sachs analyst also upgraded the stock. Goldman said OA has "multiple unique exposures to drive faster than average 3-year growth."

The sell-off during the market's crash on August 24th was ridiculous. OA plunged from $75 to $56 in the blink of an eye and has since recovered. Moves like that are more than a little unnerving. Investors may want to use small positions to limit risk. The August peak was about $81.00. I am suggesting we wait for OA to close in the $81.00-83.00 range and then buy calls the next morning. No initial stop on this trade.

Technically this isn't a LEAPS trade. OA doesn't have LEAPS. The farthest options available is the 2016 Februarys.

Breakout trigger: Wait for OA to close in the $81.00-83.00 range
Then buy calls.

BUY the 2016 Feb. $85 call (OA160219C85)

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

Originally listed on the Watch List: 09/08/15

Starbucks Corp. - SBUX - close: 58.08

10/04/15: Last week's rebound in SBUX looks pretty strong. Our buy-the-dip strategy at $52.00 might be wishful thinking at this point. Tonight I am adding a second entry trigger. SBUX has resistance near $59.00 (actually $59.30). I am suggesting we wait for SBUX to close above $60.00 and buy calls the next morning (with a different option strike, see below)

Trade Description: September 20, 2015:
It's time to bring SBUX back to the LEAPStrader newsletter.

Here is an updated trade description on SBUX:

The world seems to have an insatiable appetite for coffee. Starbucks is more than happy to help fill that need. The first Starbucks opened in Seattle back in 1971. Today they are a global brand with locations in 66 countries. SBUX operates more than 21,000 retail stores with more than 300,000 workers.

A few years ago Business Insider published some facts on SBUX. The average SBUX customer stops by six times a month. The really loyal, top 20% of customers, come in 16 times a month. There are nearly 90,000 potential drink combinations at your local Starbucks. The company spends more money on healthcare for its employees than it does on coffee beans.

The company's earnings results were only mediocre most of 2014 year. You can see the results in SBUX's long-term chart below. After incredible gains in 2013 SBUX has essentially consolidated sideways in 2014. SBUX broke out of that sideways funk after it reported earnings in January 2015.

Five-Year Plan

In late 2014 SBUX announced their five-year plan to increase profitability. Here's an excerpt from a company press release:

"The seismic shift in consumer behavior underway presents tremendous opportunity for businesses the world over that are prepared and positioned to seize it," Schultz said (Howard Schultz is the Founder, Chairman, President, and CEO of Starbucks). "Over the next five years, Starbucks will continue to lean into this new era by innovating in transformational ways across coffee, tea and retail, elevating our customer and partner experiences, continuing to extend our leadership position in digital and mobile technologies, and unlocking new markets, channels and formats around the world. Investing in our coffee, our people and the communities we serve will remain at our core as we continue to redefine the role and responsibility of a public company in today's disruptive global consumer, economic and retail environments."

"Starbucks business, operations and growth trajectory around the world have never been stronger, and we are more confident than ever in our ability to continue to drive significant growth and meet our long term financial targets," said Troy Alstead, Starbucks chief operating officer. "We have more customers visiting more stores more frequently, both in the U.S. and around the world, than at any time in our history. And we expect both the number of customers visiting our stores and the amount they spend with us to accelerate in the years ahead. With a robust pipeline of mobile commerce innovations that will drive transactions and unprecedented speed of service, Starbucks is ushering in a new era of customer convenience. We believe the runway of opportunity for Starbucks inside and outside of our stores is both vast and unmatched by any other retailer on the planet."

The company believes they can grow revenues from $16 billion in FY2014 to almost $30 billion by FY2019. To do that they will expand deeper into regions like China, Japan, India, and Brazil. SBUX expects to nearly double its stores in China to over 3,000 locations in the next five years

They're also working hard on their mobile ordering technology to speed up the experience so customers don't have to wait in line so long at their busiest locations. This will also include a delivery service.

Part of the five-year plan is a new marketing campaign called Starbucks Evening experience. The company wants to be the "third place" between home and work. After 4:00 p.m. they will start offering alcohol, mainly wine and beer, in addition to new tapas-like smaller plates.

The company recently launched its first ever Starbucks Reserve Roastery and Tasting Room in Seattle, near their iconic first retail store. The new roastery is supposed to be the ultimate coffee lovers experience. CEO Schultz said they will eventually open up about 100 of these Starbucks Reserve locations.

SBUX continues to serve up strong earnings and revenue growth too. The fourth quarter of 2014 saw a huge jump in SBUX gift cards. One out of every seven Americans received a SBUX gift card. SBUX has been reporting very strong overseas sales growth and consistently healthy same-store sales growth globally.

Shares were very steady performers for much of 2015 and then during the market's correction in late August the stock just collapsed. It was shocking to see SBUX erase six month's worth of gains in just a few days. Of course it bounced back almost as fast. Tonight I want to use SBUX's volatility to our advantage. If the market declines over the next couple of weeks SBUX might be unfairly punished. The $50-52 area should be support. We want to use a buy-the-dip trigger at $52.00.

Buy-the-dip trigger: $52.00, no initial stop loss.

BUY the 2017 Jan $60 call (SBUX170120C60)

- or -

Wait for SBUX to close above $60.00,
Then buy calls the next morning (no initial stop)

BUY the 2017 Jan $70 call (SBUX170120C70)

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


Originally listed on the Watch List: 09/20/15