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Sunday, June 22, 2008

The Week Ahead - Core Focus Stocks

1)As oil prices spike up, so does the cost of plastic materials, virtually all of which are petroleum-based. In addition, consumer groups and environmentalists around the world are in an uproar over the billions of tons of plastic waste that get dumped at sea or buried in landfills and over the health effects of related toxins. Almost 30million tons a year of plastic solid waste is dumped into the U.S., and about 5% is recycled. These trends fuel demand for novel bioplastics that aren't linked to pricey fossil fuels and don't harm the environment. Peoples says the stock market hasn't recognized these forces Read More Here

Well has recognized these forces and I expect these two stock to do great things:

NTI - Plastic Waste to Oil Technology and Bioplastics - All the makings of a super stock and my personal belief is this will eventually make a PDO APWR EFUT type move.

MBLX - Bioplastics - Backed by ADM and has some great patents. Should be a leader in the field and a great stock.

2) TAYD - May take a week, month, or year.....but I cannot see how demand for these products wouldn't skyrocket and believe I am sitting on an unrecognized super stock. It is my belief this stock will eventually get big respect once it gets much needed exposure. It did .12 EPS last quarter and it is undervalued to me on that alone. Now if product demand increases like I believe it will then this stock should be a top performer for me.

On his third visit to the quake zone, Premier Wen Jiabao vowed to make schools and hospitals the "sturdiest, safest and securest" buildings, and said close attention must be paid to safety during construction Read More Here

3) HPJ - Watch List - Profiled this 700k float IPO the night before it opened. In my opinion it opened too high (priced at $3.25 opened in $7's) to chase. Question in my mind is if this is another RCH or another TYM (same investment bankers). Would have to pullback before I will revisit it.

4) GBR - Watch List - This Company has an ultra small float of 520k See Bloomberg and they recently sold some assets, changed their name to New Concept Energy and announced its intention to acquire rights and develop shale sourced natural gas in areas including the Fayetteville Shale area of Arkansas. Read More Here If oil and gas is still hot and this Company buys some oil/gas properties, in my opinion it will be quite a mover.

5) HEK - Another acquisition last week and positioning itself as a great player in China's bottled water market. What's not to like?
China Water and Drinks Inc. Acquires Majority Stake in Guangzhou Grand Canyon Distilled Water Co., Ltd. For $19.1 million
Tuesday June 17, 8:30 am ET
-- Further Expands Geographic Footprint and Product Offering
-- Expects Acquisition to be Accretive to Full Year 2008 Results Read More here

6) HDSN - Next quarter's earnings should bring this Company great exposure. Will research this more soon.

7) CSY - EPS numbers are fantastic, margins are incredible. Stock just moved over from the OTCBB to the AMEX and the exposure should do it well. Stock took a dip I believe because the CFO left (which you don't like to see in Chinese companies but it happens to many companies). Everything I read about the Company sounds exciting. Barring any unknown occurrences, EPS usually speaks loudly in time.
China Sky One Medical, Inc. Obtains SFDA Approval to Produce Four New Drugs
Wednesday June 18, 8:00 am ET Read More Here

8) AETI - I like this stock as they serve the wind/oil/gas markets. I just think we need to see more news from the Company to give it exposure.
AETI Enters Wind Energy Market, Uncovers Power Infrastructure Risks
Monday June 2, 11:00 am ET
Company Announces Plans to Address Power Reliability Concerns Read More Here

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