Stocks To Watch 04/29/13 – LOTE FLPC AAMRQ


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Hopefully all of you are having a nice weekend! LOTE was, by far, the biggest winner of the week last week. Every time the stock has caught a dip, since the promotion on the stock began, it has punished short sellers almost like no other, proving how tightly held shares here have been over the past two months. Although not there yet, it’s certainly the closest thing we’ve seen since LEXG, and could have people calling for the “next LOTE” early this week, if shares can surpass the $10 mark.

LOTE  Continued Promotion/Watch – (Lot78, Inc.) – closed up 43.71%, at $6.05 a share, on over 1.62 million shares traded Friday. The stock has been featured on our blog several times over the past few weeks, when shares were trading close to $1.00 a share, and (in our opinion) is the closest thing the OTC Market has seen promotion-wise since the infamous LEXG. Amazingly enough, the group behind this particular campaign, Capital Financial Media (“CFM”), tends to manage several more multi-million dollar hard mailer campaigns than any other outfit (which you would think “dilutes” the quality of their campaigns and tends to in most cases), and we can’t remember one campaign they have done that has been anywhere near as memorable as LOTE. Entering the stock tomorrow would be like getting on the wildest roller coaster with no safety harness secured, but will be interesting to watch tomorrow at least. Keep it on close watch. 

FLPC  Continued Watch – (First Liberty Power Corp.) – closed up 7.27%, at .0059c a share, on over 2.92 million shares traded Friday. The stock closed just off it’s high of day at .006c and could press through that level, which looked as if it had nothing available, early Monday morning. The Company announced an operational update last week, which had a limited effect in the market, but laid out the plans to update shareholders on more significant events soon, possibly as early as this week. We’ve covered the stock for nearly 3 weeks, and it’s been good for nearly 100% gains off our trade alerts, but may be more of a slow and steady approach to new highs with volume lightening up, but extremely positive developments still unfolding. Keep it on close watch this week.

AAMRQ  Accumulation – (AMR Corp.) – closed up 2.56%, at $4.01 a share, on over 5.82 million shares traded Friday. The Company, better known as American Airlines, has been trending higher since late last year, when shares traded as low as .50c a share and under, before the Company announced their plans for reorganization and potential merger with US Airways. The stock’s 52 week highs sit at $4.52 a share and could test them soon with how strong the stock continues to perform. Keep it on close watch this week.

Happy Trading!

The Penny Stock Experts Team at

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