IWEB, WILD & Extended Watchlist


IWEB responded well to yesterday’s news like we thought it might, as the stock provided us with an early-morning move of 18% from .034 to .04. It was not able to get past resistance at four cents, and although we did see a consolidation off of that high, the stock was able to maintain higher lows and closed up 6.5% on the day.

As we were mentioning yesterday, the company has been great about announcing each new member of its growing roster of major clients. For the second day in a row we have another such announcement, as iterated in the PR below.

STERLING, Va., Aug 15, 2013 (BUSINESS WIRE) — IceWEB Storage Corporation – (OTC BB:IWEB), today announced that the Company has been selected to provide a private cloud storage infrastructure to a prestigious Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) university.

The University chose two 32TB IceWEB 2000 2U unified storage appliances; one to house video recordings from sporting events and one to be deployed at a remote data center for a disaster recovery copy. The faculty and staff will utilize IceBOX(TM), in conjunction with the IceWEB 2000 storage appliances, to provide BYOD anywhere access to the video archives. The coaching staff, administrators and athletes will be able to stream video content from their smartphones and tablets directly to video monitors in virtually any location on or off campus.

This marks the third prestigious university to retain IceWEB as a Cloud Services Provider inside of the last month. Regarding the chart, .04 has been acting as key resistance, followed by the previous swing high of .042. We’re looking for support to hold at yesterday’s low of .034. Below that, the 10 & 20DMA’s of .032 and .033 respectively.

Wild Craze, Inc.  WILD

WILD is a play that we have added to our radar this week. The stock has just begun to start trading volume, and is the current subject of a round of promotion. We’ve spotted WILD appearing in newsletters, and with the chart waking up, we are going to keep our eyes peeled for any possible opportunities that might bring.

A break of the 200DMA at .404 would send this play into a Blue-Sky Breakout

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