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ChrisNC
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Hey again here are some of the stocks I will be watching/playing next week. GDLS MAJR QBID watching these for a sign. Tuesdays picks Im still playing watching. Add these. Look for a entry using the 2 week chart or 5 day chart. Remember double down if you have faith and are willing to go the extra mile. Lose more or gain more sometimes it makes the difference from gaining or losing.
first these are in an uptrend these are longer holds -should be a little safer
ipvo 1.245 etcr .03 ushg 7.99 mobl .168 pvss .13
rebounds trying to obtain previous levels
gnpi 2.2 pkcy .14 cgpn .0080 Gush .75 eflt.02

possible outbreaks most closed on their hods
Fats .80 cnv .56

The further down you go the bigger the risk bigger the possible reward. Some of these Im already in but I still see the prices to be within recommendation range.

Ill up date this on fri remember (I double up on dips and downward spikes)

Everyone should read The Stock Market Course nu George A Fontanills since we have a day off. LOL Time to sleep in and not panic to get to the computer.

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Im adding these to the watch list
itcv if you can get in at .03
jlhy Im looking to get in at .32
cncg .035
kthk looking for dip 1.60s or 1.70s this is a long
phsl I thought everyone had this one get in and wait for the 15th or 16th of april
may add more monday mourning

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Hey Chris, it looks like your doing a great job, keep it up...

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i KNEW i should have bought penthouse (PHSL) at .08 cause now its at .20 in a week! i think i will go slap myself now. anyone got any interesting info on IBZT? thumbs up or down?

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Gush bought at .68
selling shrn .04
CDED bought .06
phsl sold riding free shares
ibzt I am in at .033 waiting this weeks news
There is alot of red today(means they are having a sell again well Ill do date tonight or tomorrow mourning.

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ChrisNC:

Where do you sit on CDED?

In at .06 and what do you think out price should be?


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I would pick QBID for next week because we may see a retrace back into the .004's or even hopefully the .003's. Up 24% today.
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I bought it hoping for a quick .07 but I saw a .20 target for them posted somewhere Im thinking .09 should come sometime. Ill probably get out at .07 unless it has momentum when it gets there.

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Okay it is monday mourning I am adding some new picks to the list and will be selling some others tomorrow. Lets Watch SKVY VTYC POSO CMCA ADVK - Am I am posting something else I made the other night and forgot to post( emailed it and noticed it was up here)
Not sure if I will meet any or all targets I do believe a up trend in these (longs) if a down trend shows up they will be sold.
FemOne Inc
(FEMO) OTC-BB
Forecast Profit Profit %
Current Price $0.91 At Close Apr 8
7 Days $1.78 $0.87
30 Days $3.00 $2.09
1 Year $7.00 $6.09
Introduces BioTron Cellular Chips, designed to combat the harmful EMF waves generated by cellular phones
Reports 58% Sales Increase Over Prior Month- March 1, 2004


FemOne, Inc. is well positioned at the forefront of a dynamic $85 billion global direct sales industry that has been growing at a CAGR of more than 7%. In the US direct sales revenues have more than doubled over the past decade, and are expected to reach $35 billion by 2005 with over 13 million distributors. First popularized in the 1960's by companies such as Amway, Avon, and Mary Kay, direct sales has evolved from a cottage industry only 20 years ago into a high growth, highly profitable alternative to retail sales distribution. Benefiting from low operating costs and rapid market penetration, direct marketing have evolved into a highly complex distribution channel utilized to sell a wide array of products and services, from cosmetics and home products to legal services and financial management.

Global Diversified Industries Inc
(GDVI) OTC-BB
Forecast Profit Profit %
Current Price $0.18 At Close Apr 8
30 Days $0.50 $0.32 177.8%
1 Year $1.00 $0.82 455.6%
Acquires Grossman Construction's Assets - Apr 05, 2004
Expects to win California contracts for building schools as part of State Law (Prop 47) - Fund $12.2 Billion


Global Diversified Industries is a holding company with three subsidiaries, which is focused on the modular building industry with particular emphasis on the education market; i.e., public and private schools, colleges, universities, charter schools and day care. Beyond this segment, there is significant demand in the commercial and industrial markets for modular buildings for such industries as utilities, petrochemicals, electronics, aerospace, defense, and manufacturing.

A period of seemingly unbridled growth as it furthers its expansion in the growing modular building market and strives to develop branding within an otherwise fragmented segment. The Company is forecasting significant growth in its revenues and EBITDA over the next 24 months, based upon its customers initial positive reactions to the company's unique and cost-effective modular systems solutions. The Company's current contracts have launched production at its facilities as it continues its primary focus on the manufacturing process in the vibrant California classroom market. The Company looks to spiral its current projects with additional revenues from commercial modular construction and other ancillary sources.

PROPOSITION 47 --- STAGGERING FIGURES POINTING TO ENORMOUS DEMAND

Prop 47, otherwise know as the Kindergarten-University Public Education Facilities Bond Act of 2002, provided $13 billion in 2003 to be followed by a $12.2 companion measure in 2004.

Satellite Enterprises Corp
Symbol -SENR / OTC-BB
Forecast Profit Profit %
Current Price $1.75 At Close Apr 8
7 Days $3.50 $1.75 100.0%
30 Days $6.00 $4.25 242.9%
1 Year $12.00 $10.25 585.7%
Stock Split 2 for 1
Instatalling More KIOSKs
Stock Already On the Move


SENR- The Leading Global Provider of Digital Print-on-Demand International Newspapers Through a Network of Satellite Newspaper KIOSKs (Satellite Enterprises Corporation) is the leader in digital, on-demand delivery and printing of over 146 daily international news titles distributed directly to consumers through its innovative Satellite Newspaper KIOSK enabling high quality digital printing of complete newspaper copies. The Company is pursuing an aggressive expansion strategy targeting placement of its KIOSKs in major travel and tourism locations through regional distributors and with major corporate rollouts in the hospitality and travel industries. With over 160 Satellite Newspaper KIOSKs currently serving international locations, an experienced and visionary management team, and the leading consumer newspaper print-on-demand technology, we believe that Satellite Enterprises is well positioned to emerge as a trendsetter in a newspaper POD market estimated at over $4 billion annually. SENR Has Developed a Comprehensive Technology and Infrastructure and is Poised for Explosive Growth!!!

Quality of Life Health Corp
(QLHC) Other OTC
Forecast Profit Profit %
Current Price $1.85 At Close Apr 8
10 Days $3.20 $1.35 73%
30 Days $5.50 $3.65 197.3%
1 Year $14.00 $12.15 656.8%
Rapid Growth
Agressive Mergers & Aqusition
Healthcare & Insurance


Quality of Life Health Corporation is an innovative provider of senior assisted living healthcare services and an operator of revolutionary health insurance alternative programs. Its Leisure Living Companies subsidiary has over 15 years of experience in the assisted living industry, owning 11 and operates 13 facilities throughout Michigan in addition to a home care services operation and pharmacy. The Company is implementing an aggressive acquisition strategy for consolidation within this highly fragmented $12 billion industry, and intends to pursue over $1 billion in synergistic acquisitions over the next five years. The Company's Value Health Access subsidiary has additionally developed an innovative discount healthcare network program, PlanB for HealthTM, which offers uninsured or underinsured consumers access to discounted medical services through a network of over 600,000 doctors, hospitals, and medical professionals. With an experienced management team, a leading suite of healthcare products and services, and strong position in expanding growth medical markets

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WAVX 1.80 fast mover

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everyone who got fats get ready for the ride

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How did you know about fats and wavx?
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quote:
Originally posted by Teufelmann:
How did you know about fats and wavx?

I said on the 9th it would happen this week. and your cded is moving tomorrow I said that a while back say thread on this board cded back next friday just hope you make a wad tomorrow.

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What do you think of MRKL and NOVT, how long should those be kept for??
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Chis
Are you still in CINM? It looks like a really good price right now. The only thing that worries me is the volume.

Thanks,
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mrkl
well hopefully you bought it before the 7th of this month less than 1.80 then Id sell at 5.00 or 2.70 which ever comes first if you wanting a short term approach if you want the one with what I believe is the best results is free out and wait to return around high $8.00s or low $9.00 or when the sector starts turning cold
NOVT-suggestions on this without news
bad volume 2 month down trend. 2 wk chart shows reversal-4day chart shows uptrend Id say cut your losses at 2.80 and if it goes up watch it close for its trip down.
CINM
I might be doing wrong but I really believe they can turn this around if I can get a buy though at .20 I will (.22) on the ask right now.

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Lets add a couple new ones to watch and maybe get into these prices
IDGE .0036
ccgi .0035
aacs .03
wnmi .016
rsca .08

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Taking a look at wnmi right now
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ChrisNC:

what do you think of SENR now that it dropped to the $1.45 range? I bought on the down trend at $1.55 ... do you still see it as still a good pick or should I cut my losses?

by the way, thanks for all of your insight. You sharing your expertise is certainly helping us newbies see selecting stocks in a totally different light!


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I could be wrong but low volume downtrend cut your losses This may be going back to around a dollar look at 2 month chart

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I could be wrong but low volume downtrend cut your losses This may be going back to around a dollar look at 2 month chart

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OKay here is the follow up for this week
gdls started .47 ended .47 high of wk .64
majr .64 ended .80
Qbid .0043 ended .0178 high of week
.028
ipvo 1.245 -1.099
etcr .03 ended .055
ushg 7.99-6.00
mobl .168-.198 high of week .295
pvss .13-.13 high of week .175
fats .80-.75 high of week 1.14
cnv .56-.50 high of week .69
itcv .03-.045 high of week .12
jlhy .32-.32 h-o-w .35
cncg .035-.05 h-o-w .065
kthk 1.70-1.92 h-o-w 2.03
phsl .18-.252 h-o-w .305
gush .68-.97
skvy .18-.2 how .29
poso .95-1.19 how 1.89
cmca .60-.32 how 1.05
advk .07-.047 how .09
femo .91-.95 how 1.2
gdvi .18-.25 how .255
senr 1.75-1.3 got caught on this one
qlhc 1.75-1.35 this one also
day trades wavx 1.80-2.10 high of 2.34
fats was a pick some day traded it .77-1.02 high of 1.13 (20min run)
Stay tuned for next weeks picks

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if yall can help me narrow this search we can do better if you see any recent news about any of these give the date and message
hsl rsca poso ifue wnmi palr abhh msev cypt argy gfyf tigr vrmd advk nnco uspl cytp mobl fnix prim tsbb vrmd mlta masg ptsc lbtt bpnt kkrw nxus apbh fxgp jrse idge wfri lrcm wavc cgud omog rwnt icii pdvn dfrc ccgi avhc vici bvhj urbt cwir plkc rvnm drmh ptso
These are not picks this is just a part of the list I am screening though

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thanks for all the info chris, great work!! i appreciate your knowledge
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hsl-cannot find
rscl-http://biz.yahoo.com/pz/040415/55901.html http://biz.yahoo.com/e/040416/rsca.ob10ksb.html
poso- http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/040415/155760_1.html http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/040412/125649_1.html
ifue- http://biz.yahoo.com/e/040319/ifue.ob10-k.html
wnmi- http://biz.yahoo.com/iw/040415/065865.html
palr- http://finance.yahoo.com/q/is?s=palr.ob
abhh- http://finance.yahoo.com/q/is?s=abhh.ob
msev- http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/040414/145314_1.html http://biz.yahoo.com/e/040414/msev.ob8-k.html
cypt- http://biz.yahoo.com/prnews/040414/nyw012_1.html http://biz.yahoo.com/prnews/040412/nym072_1.html
argy- http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/040415/155247_1.html
gfyf- http://biz.yahoo.com/e/040408/gfyf.ob8-k.html http://biz.yahoo.com/prnews/040406/nytu102_1
tigr- http://biz.yahoo.com/prnews/040416/lnf018_1.html
vrmd- http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/040416/165443_1.html
advk- http://biz.yahoo.com/iw/040415/065861.html
nnco- http://biz.yahoo.com/prnews/040415/dath010_1.html
uspl- http://biz.yahoo.com/e/040414/uspl.ob8-k.html
cypt- http://biz.yahoo.com/prnews/040414/nyw012_1.html
mobl- http://biz.yahoo.com/prnews/040415/flth010_1.html
fnix- http://finance.yahoo.com/q/is?s=fnix.ob
prim- http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/040416/165413_1.html
tsbb- http://biz.yahoo.com/pz/040414/55807.html
vrmd- http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/040416/165443_1.html
mlta- http://biz.yahoo.com/pz/040317/54298.html

There are some of them the first line of the list.

Fixed so the links are clickable.

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thank you timber
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Hey your welcome. I don't know why some of the links came through and others didn't. I was a little short on time when I did that (Nascar was fixing the track so I hurried over and worked on this). Sorry about the links.
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thanks Timberman again Here is this weeks go been waiting on some bottoms (I hope) CCGI .0033 CYPT .59 NNCO PALR GMDP GMED GBMI .0008
HOPE YOU ALLREADY HAVE EYEM OMOG GDVI CDED
EVERYONE FROM OUR MEETING GOT EYEM @ .021-.024

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