MediSwipe, Inc. MWIP
MWIP continues to amaze us on a consistent basis. Our best medical marijuana play to date (and anyone who follows us regularly knows we’ve had some real winners!) since back in October when we began focusing intently on these things. We’ve stuck with MWIP since then, and have been duly rewarded. We’ve seen a titanic run from its November 9th low of .0024, to yesterday’s high of .042, marking a mega-move of 1650% inside of two months! Hopefully now, everyone sees why we continued to talk about marijuana-related stocks until we were green in the face!
Peregrine Pharmaceuticals, Inc. PPHM
PPHM is another of our recent points of focus to have a great day to open up the week on Monday. Despite gapping up 26% from its previous close, the stock still afforded us the opportunity to capitalize on a 50% intra-day gain from a low of 1.70, up to a peak of 2.55.
It appears PPHM is undergoing some course correction and filling in the large gap that we saw back in September when the stock pushed its way to the 5.50’s before falling off of a cliff.
Those who may have caught the 68-cent low in November would’ve had the chance at up to 275% in gains over the past few weeks.
Big Three Restaurants, Inc. BTHR
BTHR hit a high of .0036 on Monday, adding to our successful Wed-Fri. play from .0012-.0022 (83%), and presenting us the chance at max gains of up to 200% in total.
Sitoa Global Inc. STOA
Our inclusion of STOA on yesterday’s extended watchlist deserves a featured mention today, as the stock dipped as low as .0095 early morning, then rallied in the afternoon to hit a high of .024, before closing at .02. Savvy traders had a chance to scoop up over 150% in gains, and it looks like the wheel has only begun to turn. The stock closed above the 50DMA, and the next major resistance doesn’t seem to show up until we reach the 100DMA of .0479.
The RSI is heading toward the power zone, as the blue bars on the histogram are building up on the bullish side. We saw recent crossovers on both the PPO and the Slow STO; both indicators broke through their 50MA. We’d like to see future support hold at the 50DMA of .0184.
AMBS, DNYS, RENU, PERI, GTXI,