LaserLock Technologies Inc. LLTI
On Monday it broke above the 50DMA of .198, and continued on through .249 which was a previous swing high from back in March. We’d like to see the stock hold in that range as a future level of support.
At yesterday’s close of .258 we were looking at gains of up to 36% in just two sessions.
We are well aware of LLTI’s ability to make monstrous moves over relatively short periods. Earlier this year, the stock saw a run from as low as .025 in January, to .50 by February. If it can gain a head of steam, and retest those previous highs, we could see up to another 100% in gains.
As you can see on the chart below, LLTI has been gaining quite a bit of momentum, and we feel there is a fair chance that it will continue. We have an RSI that just cracked into the powerzone. We have a stairstepper of an uptrend currently in progress, and volume has been picking up. The PPO is turned sharply upward, and is diverging, as the bars on the histogram are building up to the bullish side.
LaserLock Technologies, Inc. creates proven innovative security technologies that protect industries, governments, and individuals from the rising threat of counterfeiting and fraud. Whether covert or overt, LaserLock’s solutions are secure, trustworthy, and cost effective and have been protecting businesses and their customers worldwide for more than a decade.
More Info @ http://www.laserlocktech.com/index.html
Apple, Inc. AAPL (Options Trading)
Our timing in pointing out AAPL on Monday couldn’t have been any better. The Street really took a liking to Apple’s iBond Offering, with more than 3X the available amount being requested, as you can read below from a PR released this morning. As this is happening, we are still looking at AAPL Calls, and must now move our strike price closer to the money. We want to monitor the $445, $450, and possibly even the $455 Calls.
Most of you will remember the $415 and $420 Calls that we touted on Monday, turning into multi-baggers. We saw 300-500% moves out of both of them in just two days.
01, 2013 (Los Angeles Times – McClatchy-Tribune Information Services via COMTEX) — First came the frenzy for iPhones and iPads. Now there’s a scramble for iBonds.
Apple Inc. sold $17 billion in bonds Tuesday, a gargantuan deal that ranked as the largest in global corporate history. And even though the securities are paying microscopically low interest, investors tripped over themselves to buy in.
In the financial equivalent of a line stretching around the block, investors reportedly submitted more than $50 billion in requests, or more than three times the amount available.
The demand stunned Wall Street, where fixed-income offerings are typically staid affairs generating far less hype than Facebook-type stock deals. But after a decade in which investors were bloodied by free falls in the housing and stock markets, the public is desperate for any investments viewed as safe.
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