STWG, TCPS, EEDG & Extended Watchlist

S2C Global Systems, Inc. STWG
As it continues to hold its pattern of higher highs and higher lows, we have observed a steady uptrend from STWG. We are hoping to see that trend sustain itself on the heels of a significant amount of information released by the company yesterday. After much anticipation on our part, we were happy to see STWG go current, releasing back-reports which cover fiscal 2011, 2012, as well as a Quarterly from this year, and a fourth report containing supplemental information.

As we’ve stated previously that once the company went current, that we believe operational updates will begin to arrive with greater frequency, so we’ll be on the lookout for news from STWG in the coming weeks.

TechnoConcepts, Inc. TCPS
Even after providing us with monstrous gain opportunities in the expansive range from our first ever alert at .0025 to its highs in the .06′s, the stock continues to provide ample bounceplay chances for the sharp and savvy trader.

Following a dip to .0267 yesterday, the stock managed to surge into the close at a very respectable price of .044, marking a shot at an intraday gain of up to 65%

Moving forward, we are looking for TCPS to hold support in the upper-.02 to lower-.03 range.

Energy Edge Technologies Corp. EEDG
We thought we’d also take a second to mention another success. EEDG made a nice move yesterday after appearing on Monday’s Extended Watchlist. Anyone who caught the subsequent low of .0119, and was able to get out at yesterday’s high of .0195 , would’ve been looking at profits on the order of 64%

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MINE, STWG & Extended Watchlist

This morning, we’re looking at two unrelated stocks that share an odd sort of connection. We’ve got an mining company-turned-beverage company, and, you guessed it, a beverage company-turned-mining company. We can’t make this stuff up!

Minerco Resources, Inc. MINE
After noticing the MINE making higher highs and higher lows last week, we were prompted to include it in Thurday and Friday’s extended watchlists. At the time, it was trading as low as .0012. MINE continued its uptrend, and went on to close at a high of .002 on Friday, making gains of 67% possible.

Should MINE continue the momentum it built up last week, as indicators seem to suggest, we are going to be looking for a break of resistance at the 200DMA .0025. If it can break past that point on the chart, it could make a run at its previous swing high of .004. We’ve pointed out the key chart aspects in the following video:

S2C Global Systems, Inc. STWG
Shooting up 900% from our original call of .001 to .011 on Thursday, STWG followed up by having another good session on Friday. After opening up at .009, the stock traded as high .012, a 33% spike.

The STWG chart is still looking pretty good as well. Friday’s session brought nearly 3X its 3mo. average volume, and the RSI is holding above the 50-line and the 50DMA.

Click the image below to view a video of the chart:

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BRND, EEDG, OSLH (All coming off of recent lows)


BYRG, PNCH, FSLR & Extended Watchlist

Buyer Group International, Inc. BYRG

BYRG is gold play that is currently getting a lot of overnight newsletter coverage, so we figured we’d slip in a mention, and put this stock on our watchlist for today. It appears the stock is trading near a relative bottom, and Friday’s volume was well above average.
New PR this morning:

AUSTIN, Texas, March 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ – Buyer Group International, Inc. (OTCPINK: BYRG) (“BYRG” or the “Company”) today announced that Rudolph M. Dahl has joined its team as a consultant focused on financing development of all aspects of BYRG projects on a domestic and international scale.

“We expect that Rudy will be of enormous benefit to Buyer Group in locating and financing international projects,” said Dave Bryant, BYRG’s CEO.  After a thorough examination of BYRG, Mr. Dahl added, “I am excited to be joining the BYRG team and assisting in project development.  The more you look at what is out there, the more you can see the potential.”


IC Punch Media, Inc. PNCH

We first mentioned PNCH on Tuesday, and it was followed by fours consecutive days of green closes for the stock. Following Tuesday’s mention the stock traded as low as .006, before reaching its high of .0092 on Friday, and closing at .009. This range marks the chance for gains of 50% or more.

BARCHART.COM is still calling PNCH a “72% Overall Buy” Rating, even after almost a week’s worth of increases.

After so many days of increases, it would not be out of the ordinary to see a pullback on PNCH this week. In that event, we would like to see support hold .0065.


First Solar, Inc. FSLR

FSLR is a big board energy play that we mentioned back on February 27th. The stock made a modest, yet solid 8% move in just two weeks, from a 25.50 low, up to Wednesday’s high at. 27.54. For a stock priced in this range, 8% is quite a good move in such a short time period.


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CHTP, LBSR, XCLL, ACI & Today’s Extended Watchlist

Chelsea Therapeutics International, Ltd. CHTP

CHTP appeared on our Extended Watchlist on Tuesday after we saw a large gap-down occurring pre-market. The stock saw a low of .70 where it found support, only to turn around to hit .9399, for a possible intraday gain of 34%

After our first day of following CHTP, we like what we see. We are going to monitor this one with a more long-term approach.


LBSR was added as a momentum play on Tuesday, the stock came out of the gate stong, running 28% intraday from .039 to .049, before consolidating and closing out the day at .037.

The volume we saw on Tuesday certainly validated our classifying the stock as a momentum play. Should the momentum continue, it is likely that we will see additional opportunities to rake in a profit.


XcelMobility Inc. XCLL

Our call of XCLL on Tuesday landed us a spot on Penny Stock Rumble’s top gainers list, a feat we have now accomplished twice in as many weeks.

XCLL was a great call for us. We swooped in and caught the stock off of its 52-wk low. On Friday, after our first mention, shares were as cheap as .11. Just three short trading days later, the stock had gone up 150% to close out the day on Tuesday at .25.

According to the chart, the next point of resistance should come at .36. If the stock can’t breach that level, it is likely that we’ll see a pullback.


Arch Coal, Inc. ACI

We called ACI a bottom-fishers dream on June 18th, it was as low as 5.41 a few days following that, and on Tuesday hit a high of 7.63. That marks a gain of 41%


  AAPL (Options- We pointed out the $600 Weekly Calls on Tuesday, they ran from 2.47-4.02, dipped to 2.16, only to close at 3.10. With this type of volatility, there is ample opportunity to pull down substantial gains. )


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HLNT, XCLL, EEDG, EBIG & Today’s Extended Watchlist

Highline Technical Innovations. Inc. HLNT

HLNT had a good session on Friday, experiencing a bounce just as we predicted. The stock appears to have found support in the .005 range.

The low-of-day on Friday was .0054, before the stock ran to .0071, for a possible intraday gain of 31%


XcelMobility Inc. XCLL

It seems we were able to time the bottom on XCLL as well, as the stock reached its 52-wk low on Thursday before upturning, and beginning to bounce on Friday after appearing on our Extended Watchlist.

We are viewing this play as more of a medium-to-long term involvement, as we seem to have showed up just in time for the stock’s recovery.

As you can see below, we’ve highlighted both the resistance points (in blue), and support (green), as well as an RSI coming off of being oversold, getting ready to test the 50MA. The PPO is showing signs of looking up, with a hint of convergence, and the Slow STO appears ready to cross and also come off of being oversold. All in all, the chart setup seems favorable.


Energy Edge Technologies Corporation EEDG &

EastBridge Investment Group Corp. EBIG

Both EEDG and EBIG posted gains of around 10% on Friday, both trading between the .10 and .12 range.

We are happy to announce that these two rounded out our group of winners for Friday, being the third and fourth green plays out of five morning selections. Where else are you going to find that kind of consistency?


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