Blue Horseshoe Stocks: FWDG, HKTU, SFOR

FutureWorld Energy, Inc. FWDG

FWDG had a nice, solid session on Thursday following our feature of it in our morning reports. It closed up 20% at .0088, at one point the stock retested Wednesday’s one-cent high. Prior to the .0088 close, FWDG had dipped to .007, for a possible intraday gain of 26% to add to the over 650% in profits that FWDG has brought us in just the past three days!

As far as the chart, moving forward, we’d like to see support hold here at .007. The current resistance is in the .009-.01 range. Ideally, we would see a push past those points, and a hold of support at that level.


Hokutou Holdings International, Inc. HKTU

HKTU appeared on yesterday morning’s extended watchlist, and the stock went on to have a pretty good day. Opening at .005, we saw a dip to .0045 as the stock was getting its footing in the first ten minutes, before running as high .0074, for a possible gain of up to 64%

The chart setup is still looking favorable here, coming off of a bottom, and recently breaking through its 20DMA (.0044). That level held as support yesterday, something we’d like to see continued.


Strikeforce Technologies, Inc. SFOR

SFOR had some excellent news out today alluding to a nearly 80% increase in revenues , so we definitely want to keep an eye on this one, along with the other two stocks we mentioned today as we head into next week.

StrikeForce Technologies Releases Its Year Ending 2012 10K Financial Results

Company Shows Continued Increase in Revenues With a Bullish 2013

EDISON, NJ, Apr 05, 2013 (Marketwired via COMTEX) — StrikeForce Technologies (OTCBB: SFOR) today reported its year ending December 31, 2012 Financial Results, which shows continual increases in its net revenues, new product development, initiated patent litigation and progress with its sales channel strategy.

StrikeForce’s net revenues for the year ending December 31, 2012 were $805,312 compared to $448,127 for the year ended December 31, 2011, an increase of $357,185 or 79.7%. The increase in revenues was primarily due to StrikeForce’s recurring net revenues, maintenance payments and the increase in sales of our cyber solution software products as a result of the implementation of new contracts executed in 2012 with new international revenue streams.


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