Cereplast, Inc. CERP
Yesterday morning we made sure to give everyone a heads up on the momentum and volume flowing through CERP, and we sincerely hope people were paying attention. The stock had one heck of a trading session, gapping up to at the open, touched a low of .0451 (just above the level we wanted to see hold as support) before trending up steadily to close one tick below the six-cent high of day at .0599. That represents a nifty intraday move of 33%
We’ve also pointed out a few key features on the chart below:
Strikeforce Technologies, Inc. SFOR
SFOR was included in yesterday’s extended watchlist, and went on to turn in a great performance. Like CERP, SFOR gapped up in the morning to .003, and closed at its high of day .005 for a 67% rip. It broke a key resistance level at .0048. The next hurdle is at .0054 (100DMA), followed by .0059 and .0063, recent swing highs from last year.
Should the stock fail to make it past those areas of resistance, we will expect a pullback, however, the volume this week has totaled nearly 50M shares, which indicates that there is a chance for us to see the current momentum spill over into next week.
Scout Exploration, Inc. SCXN
We’ve had this play on our long-term watchlist; we’ve done a profile, and a video chart in recent months. If you read the profile and watch the previous video, the stock has done everything we wanted it to do. It held support and has reached a new high, and as long as it continues to make higher highs and higher lows, we will remain bullish on SCXN.
We’ve also prepared an updated video chart which you can view by clicking below:
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