Central European Media Enterprises Ltd. CETV
CETV was as low as 2.67 following our first alert a month ago today, in which we caught CETV off of our Form 4 watchlist. It went on to touch a high of 3.89, a 46% gain. For roughly the past two weeks, CETV has seen a period of consolidation, and appears to have found a base at last Thursday’s low of 3.17.
The 20DMA of 3.26 is our current support level, and the 50DMA 3.56 is where resistance currently sits.
We are still confident that CETV will prevail in the long-term, granted the sizable position held by broadcast giant Time Warner.
Raystream Inc. RAYS
RAYS provided us with a quick early morning opportunity for gains, dipping to as low as .0053 before tearing upward to .0148, a possible intraday gain of 179% After it pulled back off of that surge, we also saw subsequent bounces from .0088-.0115, and then again from .0052-.0069.
Madison Systems, Inc. MADI
MADI came off of our extended watchlist on Friday to open up at .035, and make a 60% move to .056. Yet another reminder of many we’ve gotten in the past, to pay every bit as much attention to the plays on our extended watchlists, as we do to our main focal points.
Apricus Biosciences, Inc. APRI
At 2.89×2.91 gapping up premarket, APRI currently up 13% on over 300K shares traded. There appears to be a huge gap to fill on the chart up to 3.30, so we are going to want to monitor closely this morning, as the stock seems to be gearing up for a strong open.
Exide Technologies XIDE
This stock hit our scanners this morning as it has been testing new 52-week lows. We are circling XIDE like vultures, and are going to want to watch carefully for any signs of a reversal, because the bounce resulting from the recent bottoming out could be significant. It could even happen as soon as this week, so keep an eye peeled for potential bottom bounce opportunities.
PLUG, BLDP, XXII