Blue Horseshoe Stocks: TXHD, AUPH Recaps & More

Textmunication Holdings, Inc. TXHD

We included TXHD in yesterday’s extended watchlist after picking it up on a routine premarket volume scan, and we ended up being extremely happy we did so, with the stock making the top gains out of anything else we mentioned for the day.

Right from the opening bell, it blasted off from a low of .0042 and rocketed to a high of .0094, giving nimble traders the chance at intraday gains of up to 124%

TXHD closed at .0075 having traded massive volume, maintaining a good portion of the ground it gained during the day, so we’ll be eager to continue tracking its movements.


InterCloud Systems, Inc. ICLD

We remained hot on the trail of ICLD after issuing reminders in our reports  on Thursday and Fridays that it had begun to rebound off of its 52-week lows.

Thursday we had witnessed a low of .0157, and in yesterday’s newsletter we commented on the rapidly rising RSI and strong close, and sure enough, the stock continued its solid run-up on the chart.

ICLD traded in a range from .0221 to .0324, a 47% intraday boost, and an overall increase of 106% over our observed low from three sessions prior.


Aurinia Pharmceuticals, Inc. AUPH

The last time we put a tag on AUPH was at the end of January, and at the time, the stock was trading around $3, briefly touching a low of 2.95.

What occurred during the month of February was a slow and steady increase peaking at just under $4, but as we’ve come into March, the PPS has been ramping up much more intensely.

Yesterday, AUPH broke out to a new high of 7.32, which marks an overall upswing of 148% in the span of roughly five weeks.


Bottom-Watchers

Both Function(x) Inc. FNCX and Ocera Therapeutics, Inc. OCRX are going to be on our radars as potential rebound plays. FNCX has a excellent looking , ripening chart, and OCRX is gapping up off its own bottom this morning.

Each of these NASDAQ-listed stocks are required to work toward getting their share prices back above the 1.00 minimum standard, or face de-listing.


Extended Watchlist:
ABEO, CVM, RXII, NAK, HTBX, MYSZ