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ERHE (ERHC Energy Inc.) made a strong finish to the week Friday, adding another 23% to the more than 100% gains the stock had seen between Monday-Thursday, and closed up or even every day last week. Shares moved higher nicely from our heads up alert Wednesday evening at .0009, and it will be interesting to see how much higher this can move with seemingly little in it’s way now. Keep the stock on your watch list to start the week.
TEXC (Texcom, Inc.) closed up nearly 28% on Friday, with it’s highest volume traded ever (by a long way) at just over 280,000 shares exchanging hands between .31-.385. This volume could suggest insiders loading for a potential move higher, given how little ‘buzz’ there is across social media currently. We will keep the stock on watch tomorrow just in case there is follow-through to this volume; if nothing happens tomorrow, it may not be worth keeping on watch much longer.
TPAC (Trans-Pacific Aerospace Co.) was on our watch list the week before last, when volume reached record levels and the stock was on the breach of breaking past resistance at .0004. Since then, the stock has held up well, not falling back below .0002, and on Friday regained some positive momentum and closed at .0004 with a noticeable increase in volume. If .0004 falls early this week, it could get through .0005 soon after. Keep the stock on your watch list.
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