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Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Why I bought CVV Yesterday - Graphene & Growth

Usual Disclaimers before I start - Don't chase any stocks. Don't buy stocks just because I buy them. Manage your own entry/exits and risk. This blog is to document my trading ideas and is not investment advice. I am far from 100% accurate. I can be wrong and do have bad picks. Stocks I buy could drop below where I bought them. Low float stocks can be volatile and dangerous. When up on a stock pick I always take some off to protect profit and manage the rest. I don't want to sell you a subscription. I don't want you to follow me. See other disclaimers at bottom of this blog.

CVV (CVD Equipment Corporation) - Bought CVV yesterday at $14-75-$14.85. Moments later it exploded into the $16's (That was kind of SUPER to watch). Has had a great run and Q2 Earnings are on the way. Will add on dips if it gets back close to my buy point. Potential to be a big story momentum stock over the next year and here is why I think that.

CVV - Incredible Growth, Low Float 4.1m per Bloomberg and O/S approximately 6-7m, Manufacturer of potential holy grail material Graphene, Nano-Material Equipment Manufacturer. $0.14 EPS last Quarter and Backlog experiencing Strong Growth. Did I mention they manufacture Graphene ? Get to know Graphene.

DD Links:

CVD Equipment 1st Half Orders Reach All-Time High of $24.6M

CVD Equipment Corporation Announces Record Q1 Results

Graphene Will Change The Way We Live

Graphene Research Expects Great Things

Super Batteries - Graphene

CVV Graphene

CVD Equipment and Graphene Laboratories expand CVDGraphene products and services

Graphene Laboratories Inc. and CVD Equipment Corporation offer single-layer CVD Graphene Products

Graphene Laboratories Inc. and CVD Equipment Corporation sign Exclusive Distribution Agreement for CVD Graphene Products

Monday, July 18, 2011

Sunday, July 17, 2011 Mid-Year 2011 Review

GSVC - First called it at $14.50 on April 29th Read Blog Post and stuck with it by averaging down as it dropped to $10 because it was relatively obscure. Well it closed at $18.90 for a new 52 week high on Friday and would not doubt to see a $20's run this week. My average is in the $12's so will manage core position and trading shares accordingly. Everyone that bought should have made money on it by now so this is a super-trades winner!

MITK - Speaking of super-trade winners, I first called MITK at $3.35 Read Blog Post on November 24th. MITK transfered to the Nasdaq this week and has hit as high as $9.50. super-trades winner

NEPT - I called NEPT at $3.10 on April 21st Read Blog Post and it closed at $3.99 on Friday and has hit as high as $4.27. super-trades winner

ESTE - Called this stock at $19 on February 24th Read Blog Post. 4 trading days later it hit $25.25. While it was a good trade it has performed poorly after hitting the 52 week high. It was a super-trade but I must say I am disappointed by the lack of follow through. I do believe it is a stock to watch on any oil momentum.

PLPE.OB - Called PLPE on January 28th at $0.80 Read Blog Post. It hit $1.12 in April but I am going to label this a bad call because even though it went up a decent % after my call for a super-trade and there was money to be made.....since then it has been an absolute dog.

I am on a roll in 2011 with all 5 of my stock picks going up a nice % after my posting. 3 of 5 are still solidly above where I first called them even though I am NOT a long term holder of stocks.

I am excited about the market this week. Some new picks may be coming soon.

One last note on the 2010 Chinese scams - Most Chinese stocks ended up being absolute scams, including two that were monster winners of super-trades RINO and CCME. RINO I called at $5 and it hit $30 and CCME I called at $9 and it hit $22. I was long gone from both of these stocks and no longer writing about them anywhere near the time of their downfall. They were trades and profitable ones at that. But lessons learned on China stocks and the frauds that can exist in the market. But there was tons of money to be made from my calls on both of these stocks long before their demise. Investing has risks and that is why I only post my own stock ideas and I dont give investment advice or charge people for stock picks.

Here is to a great second half in 2011 !!! super-trades to all !!!!!

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