We first caught CETV off of one of our From-4 scans back on May 10th. Time Warner had just purchased a block of shares worth close to $75M, and it caused us to take notice of the stock. At the time, we observed trades as low as 2.67.
As you can see on the chart below, CETV was on a fairly steady incline after that, recently (10/25) hitting a high of 6.60, a 147% move off of our observed bottom.
Shortly thereafter the stock would be subject to a big gap-down, and would continue to pull back to its current price in the low 2.00-range. The chart indicates that CETV is extremely oversold, and it has made higher lows over the past few sessions as it attempts to reverse its course. We want to keep our eyes peeled to this one, because conditions seem to be ripening for what could be a heck of a rebound.
Vanda Pharmaceuticals, Inc. VNDA
VNDA was a momentum play that we caught and included in yesterday’s extended watchlist. The company currently has a NDA (new drug application) filed with the FDA that treats chronic circadian arrhythmia.
After touching a low of 11.07 we saw a subsequent high of 13.49, a 22% intraday gain.
Growlife, Inc. PHOT
PHOT continues to be among our favorite medical/legal marijuana stocks, a play that we’ve followed for well over a year. Beginning at the end of August, trading at .0318, we realerted PHOT and began talking about it more and more. We posted another reminder on the 16th of September, and once again on October 22nd, when we mentioned that a golden cross on the chart was imminent.
During yesterday’s session PHOT hit .1029, which marks a 224% increase off of the bottom we observed in late August. Even those who missed that report, could have caught the stock as low as .042 following the 09/16 reminder, for up to a 125% gain at yesterday’s high. From the third report we mentioned (10/22), significant gains to the tune of 43% from .0719-.1029 could have been achieved.
VDSC, NURO, MSTX, FU, SUTR, YRCW(Huge gap down looking for reversal)
PBPB(Gapping up on positive earnings looking for continuation)