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Warlist for 2011/01/05

January 4, 2011

Tops on my list the three pumps that I am holding:  AGDI, TMHO, and FLPC. As always, I’m only holding onto them until they start acting wonky or I hit a target price that I’m happy with.

Added to my watch list because of unusual volume activity and looks to be a good setup for a long are:  DRAM, CPRX, EDGR, GILT, and CIDM.

DRAM broke the sideways price action today with a strong move off of 1.50.  Today was the second most volume in the past year.

CPRX has had two strong days in a row with increasing volume to boot.  While it didn’t close at hod, after hours trading did mark 1.34 which was only two cents off of the high.  A move to 1.45 is definitely possible.

EDGR had a really big volume day today and it closed at the high of the day (a/h ticked even higher, hitting 1.33).  If this stock pulls back to $1.30 and holds, it is a good candidate for a swing long trade for me.

GILT gapped up past 5.25 resistance today and closed at a hod of 5.46 with plenty of volume spikes throughout the day.  This stock has a history of gapping up and down but a move to the upper 5’s is not out of the question.

CIDM made a  move over 1.75 resistance today on higher than normal volume, but closed almost where it opened.  Look for a follow up in volume today with another strong move over 1.75 or just leave it alone.

As always review other free watchlists out there; my favorites are InvestorsLive and mb_willoughby.  My paid lists are from Timothy Sykes and Pre-Promotion Stocks.

Don’t forget to follow me on twitter @michiganwar


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