Aethlon Medical, Inc. AEMD
Yesterday’s standout play was AEMD, a stock that we’ve been tracking since October 14th. Following that initial alert, we observed a low of .20 in AEMD, and after trading sideways for the remainder of last month, the stock has been gaining ground steadily over the past few weeks.
We re-flagged it in yesterday’s extended watchlist and witnessed a 27% intraday run from .562-.717 on approximately 10X the 3-month average trading volume. At its high mark of .717, AEMD was showing us an increase of 258% over the lows we observed barely a month ago.
The event that prompted us to originally begin following AEMD was during the height of the Ebola scare, when the company announced that its “Hemopurifier” blood-cleansing system was to be used to treat an Ebola patient overseas. This morning, we ‘re getting word that the patient (who was experiencing multiple organ failure at the time the treatment was administered) has now been discharged from the hospital. >>> FULL PR
It will be interesting to see the effect this news has on AEMD as we approach the holiday hiatus, which shortens this to a 3½ day trading week.
Petroleo Brasiliero S.A. (Petrobras) PBR -Options
PBR is gapping up again this morning, in the wake of yesterday’s announcement that its ‘Cidade de Ilhabela’ offshore oil platform had been brought online. (Read our comments on the company’s situation in yesterday’s report if you missed it)
Anyone who caught yesterday’s morning report will recall our options-trading targets; we were considering the Jan 17th $10 and $11 Calls. The gap-and-fade that followed provided us a good opportunity to snap up some discounted contracts, and we’ll be looking to lock in some profits on the gap-up we’re seeing this morning.
SinoCoking Coal and Coke Chemical Industries, Inc. SCOK
Another play that we’ve been monitoring for some time is SCOK, which we’ll want to watch closely today on the heels of a notable PR released this morning. According to SCOK, the syngas plant that it recently opened in China is now operating at 100% capacity and pulling more than $80K worth of syngas from the Earth per day.
We actually began tracking SCOK the morning it announced its intent to open the facility, (it ran hard that day from 3.35-9.37, +180%) so this morning’s PR regarding the plant acheiving full operational status brings us full circle with SCOK.
PINGDINGSHAN, China, Nov. 25, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — SinoCoking Coal and Coke Chemical Industries, Inc. (SCOK), a producer of clean energy products located in Henan Province, today announced that its above ground facility for the conversion of carbon dioxide into clean-burning syngas has achieved its initial production target of 25,000 cubic meters per hour and is currently transporting syngas to three customers and agents in and around its facility in Pingdingshan.
Based on the current price of $0.139 per cubic meter for syngas, the gross revenue generated per day by the aboveground facility is approximately $83,280. Gross profit margin is expected to be between 45% and 50%. >> FULL PR
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