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DRNE (Drone Aviation, Inc.) finished the week up by more than 82% with more than 15 million shares traded between .27-.60 – quite an impressive week to say the least, especially for an OTC stock. We are going to keep the stock on light watch tomorrow for a potential continuation, but we see the stock going lower before (potentially) testing higher again. Look for a potential buy on a quick dip to the low .30s. Keep the stock on your watch list.
TLPY (Telupay International, Inc.) became the highlight of a large promotional campaign late Friday afternoon and closed up by more than 75% with more than 13 million shares traded between .12-.225, ending the day at .219. Look for this momentum to carry over into tomorrow and be a potential play shortly after the open once the ‘kinks’ are exposed; keep the stock on your watch list.
BETS (Seaniemac International, Inc.) closed up by 40% last week, holding it’s bottom just above .001, and ended the week above .002 with potential to move higher this week. The stock needs to clear last week’s high of .0023 to continue higher. Keep the stock on your watch list.
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