DNAD gapped up to open at .0058, and ran as high as .008 straight out of the gate yesterday morning following our timely bottom-bounce alert on the stock. It proceeded to dip back to Tuesday’s closing closing price of .005 and filled its gap, and did manage to hold support at that level for the remainder of the day, which turned out to be the second-highest volume day on record.
A round of awareness campaigns just kicked off on this stock, and while we were one of the first to bring it your way, we expect the promotions to continue today.
TechnoConcepts, Inc. TCPS
TCPS continues to roll, bringing us even more impressive gains. On Friday we stated: “the momentum could carry over to next week, at the very least, we’ll be looking to sell half of our position to lock in our initial investment, and ride the rest of the way on the house’s money.” Well, it turns out the house’s money did pretty well for us indeed. Yesterday the stock touched .0421; from Tuesday’s low of .0075, we were looking at an added 461% to the substantial gains we had already pulled in at that point.
From our first ever alert (at .0025) to yesterday’s .0421 high, we’re talking about possible gains of up to 1600%
Fannie Mae FNMA
This stock was overdue for a pullback and consolidation after a morning breakout yesterday which took it to a high of 5.44. After pulling back to the 2.24-range, it went on to rebound as high as 3.98, a gain of 78% There were actually several subsequent chances for bounceplays over the course of the day, including moves from 2.90 to 3.57, 3.00 to 3.30, and 2.55 to 3.10. It ended up closing the day out at 2.90. We’d like to see those support levels hold as we move forward.
From our first mention of FNMA on May 16th, the stock traded as low as 1.20. Yesterday’s 5.44 high marks a possible gain of up to 353% in just a couple of weeks.
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