Blue Horseshoe Stocks: SOPW Recap & More

Solar Power, Inc. SOPW

On Friday, in a stroke of flawless timing, we highlighted SOPW as a potential bottom-play. The stock had been in virtual freefall for the better part of the past month. The combination of that heavy overselling and a morning PR announcing a 6-month, $50M share buyback program earned the stock top billing in our premarket report. >>> READ PR

It turned out to be a great decision, as SOPW registered a solid intraday move from 1.47-1.98 (+35%), and it managed to close just one tick below its high of day, at 1.97.

That performance firmly qualifies this play for continued observation this morning as it has effectively gone from a bottom play to a momentum play. We’ll want to be on the lookout for the possibility of some early profit-taking and consolidation, followed by a subsequent bounce.

There’s a fresh PR hitting the wires this morning that folks might want to check out >>TODAY’S PR

Auri, Inc. AURI

AURI was a great play for us at the beginning of last week as it gave us an opportunity to bank gains of more than 100%. Following the huge spike,¬†we left off on Tuesday by mentioning that we’d “keep our eyes on the price action as the week progresses” and it was a good thing that we didn’t let it slip off of our radar.

AURI came down to ultimately find support at .0027 on Thursday, and on Friday it surged back to a high of .0061, so anyone who continued to pay attention had the opportunity to take advantage of a 126% swing.

Pervasip Corp. PVSP

We also want to do a quick recap of PVSP’s performance from Tuesday to Thursday. We’ve covered this play quite a bit this spring, and on Monday, we warned our readers that another upswing could be in the making. We certainly did see one, as PVSP ripped from its low of .0009 on Tuesday past the penny-barrier to a high of .0015 just two sessions later; it marked an intraweek move of 66%

Moving forward, we’ll want to see the stock continue to build higher lows, ideally holding support at .001 on any pullbacks.

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