WOW. TAGG had been in the dumps but has been seeing some nice GAINS.
Keep your eye on this one!
Good morning wizards!
IceWEB Inc. (IWEB) sells “storage appliances” — basically high-end hard drives that help make cloud computing happen.
These are elite boxes that start at 4 TERABYTES of memory for $2,500 apiece.
With a price point like that, it’s no wonder that IWEB has amassed a cash hoard of $770,000 and insiders are buying in at premium prices.
Not bad for a 6-cent stock, right?
Even a glance at the IWEB chart should tell you that these shares haven’t always been quite so “bedraggled.”
Back in May, IWEB was swinging between $0.11 and $0.18 — and then their CEO died, forcing them to circle the wagons and rebuild their chain of command.
It’s been a long five months, but new CEO Rob Howe now seems firmly in control. (Recent video)
He’s paid off two out of three IWEB senior creditors, so the balance sheet looks a lot brighter.
And he’s turned the sales team around, bringing in new distribution partners and customers in the non-profit, government and education sectors.
IWEB is based in Virginia, so gigantic computer networks like the University of Virginia, the Jefferson Foundation and even the Pentagon are right in their backyard.
And now the company’s moving to capture small businesses as well, now that its stripped-down “IceWEB 1000″ system has hit the market!
Do the math. The cloud storage giants like Oracle and IBM will charge $1 million per rack — how can “small” business afford that?
You can buy four IceWEB 1000 units just for what an Oracle software license costs!
If it works, it’s a golden opportunity for IWEB to bring the cloud to Main Street — which may be why longtime investors are rushing to trade in their warrants well above market price.
IWEB recently traded 5 million existing shares to warrant holders for an average price of $0.095 apiece.
Some of these relative insiders were willing to pay $0.15 to make sure they could fill their plates!
So if you want a turnaround story, IWEB may be just what you’re looking for.
And if you just want a trade for today, IWEB’s chart has gone a little ballistic lately.
I’m seeing eight separate double-digit morning rallies here in the last month.
On average, IWEB has delivered 8.5% a day over that time period — and that’s including the rare days when the stock dipped at the open.
Bottom Line: Anything to do with cloud computing has been a gold mine for you guys.
Over the last year, I’ve given you six cloud names.
The worst was a special case, a lot bigger than the stocks we usually cover around here — it “only” delivered a 5% payday.
The best of my cloud plays scored a clean 100% home run, doubling traders’ money in a matter of minutes!
And IWEB is at the heart of the cloud.
You know what to do!
In all our years of bringing our members the hottest picks available, we have realized something; every now and then a company has an idea which makes people think; “I should have thought of that.” These companies are based on brilliant ideas that are clearly the next step in technology, the next big thing and they always do tremendously well on the long run.
Google, Facebook and Linkedin are all examples of such companies. Small online based companies that shortly turned into multi billion dollar Forbes 100 corporations..
We don’t need to tell anyone that the industry of online businesses is one of the fastest growing industries in today’s world. It almost seems like it’s a matter of months before any brilliant concept turns into a billion dollar idea. Keeping that in mind, how far do you seeTAGG, one of the most innovative social media network we’ve ever seen, taking your investment?
Think about it, in a world where search engines and social media are completely taking over, isn’t the next logical billion-dollar idea to combine the two? That is precisely what TAGG has done.
Essentially, the search is not only narrowed down to your recorded preferences and tendencies, but recommendations by friends and other people you trust also chime in and narrow the search. It’s pretty much like having a search engine that personally adapts to you. No wonder it has already made our members 100% gains in less than a week and attracted 200,000 visitors in just 30 days.
Just yesterday, the company announced that it has launched a new user trial campaign in order to drive over five million new unique views to its website over a 120-day period.
The way we see it there are really only two ways this company can go.
1) It will continue to grow as it becomes the next big viral website (like Pinterest) and can soon leave its current trading price far behind.
2) As it keeps attracting millions of people, it could catch the attention of one of the current Forbes 500 companies, which will buy it out. And what can that do to your investment?
So the question seems to no longer be “will TAGG make money?” but rather, “through which of these two means can TAGG make money?”
TAGG is still trading for very low pr
ices compared to valuations that other start ups have been commanding recently when being bought out . Just think of Instagram which received a billion dollars from Facebook just a few months ago. There’s probably many of you that haven’t even heard of it yet they still got a billion bucks.
We highly recommend you buy TAGG if you have been looking for an amazing tech company to invest in but haven’t been able to get in for cheap. We consider TAGG to be extremely cheap at 10-20 cents!
If TAGG hits $1 we are looking at almost 900% additional gains from where it is sitting now
Good morning stock wizards!
Global Clean Energy, Inc. (GCEI) isn’t like any of the relatively “mature” companies I’ve been profiling lately.
According to the latest regulatory filing, all there really is an innovative way to turn trash into energy and a plan to rapidly commercialize that dream.
I’ll talk about the potential market impact of GCEI’s technology down below, but the key thing here is that this is not a “slow and steady” play.
When it’s moved, it’s been more like an all-holds-barred surge than a slow burn.
As you can see, there’s not much on the chart yet except a scorching 460% run from a measly 2 cents a share six weeks ago.
MACD, RSI and other technical lines only came in a few days back, and there’s still no 50-day trend or anything longer to offer either resistance or support.
But GCEI makes up for it with volatility in spades!
Average intraday performance here is 17%, counting the rare dips.
In its short lifetime, GCEI has printed TWO separate 140% home runs, which is a lot more than you see in the “mature” $1-plus world.
I can’t tell you GCEI can do anywhere near that well today, but as Yogi Berra would say, nobody won any batting record without hitting that first long ball.
In the long term, GCEI is all about taking dirty coal or even trash and burning it in a proprietary “gasifier” chamber to make green fuel.
Coal, lawn trimmings and other garbage go in…high-octane diesel comes out.
Theoretically, the process actually leaves the environment cleaner than before. Dumps are reclaimed. Smog-spewing coal power plants stop belching.
GCEI’s founder spent five years perfecting a garage-scale prototype gasifier before he died recently.
Now his heirs are working on a system that’s 15 to 20 times bigger for a town in Quebec.
The principle is the same: trash goes in, biodiesel comes out.
Like any good green start-up, GCEI has also started seriously competing for government grants, so there could be some money on this table soon.
And get this: GCEI management wants to be a vertically integrated energy producer, so they’re talking about buying an industrial trash hauler!
News of the negotiations only hit on Monday, so it’s hard to tell whether it’s baked into GCEI’s share price yet.
All I know is that with volatility already screaming on the GCEI chart, we may not have seen the last of the firecrackers here.
Good morning stock wizards!
Uranium has recovered a lot of ground since the Japanese meltdown last spring, but the nuclear miners still look extremely cheap by historical standards.
Uranerz Energy Corp. (URZ) pinged my radar because it’s been rallying ahead of the pack over the last few months…
And the more I dug in, the more impressed I was!
Start with the URZ chart. We’ve come a long way off the May low and the trading band has kept rising as the uranium recovery story spreads.
Higher lows and higher highs — with the most recent near-20% leap coming barely 2 weeks ago!
Yesterday’s close brought URZ down about 10% off its latest peak, so we’ve officially corrected now.
Given the elevated MACD and other lines, there’s plenty of nuclear fuel on this chart to power the next move here.
There’s just too much chatter on places like Seeking Alpha about uranium and how there’s just not enough of it, even with Japan and Germany talking tough about abandoning the nuclear age.
Supply and demand. Mining gurus warn that the equation for uranium has reached the “tipping point” that can push prices higher.
And the nervous nuclear nellies who pushed uranium over the cliff last year have vanished, so there’s room for sentiment to overshoot on the bullish side this time.
It’s a literal powder keg and URZ is already hotter than the average uranium stock — compare its recent rally to a nuclear ETF like URA, for instance.
Part of the secret there is how close URZ is to getting their first mine up and running in Wyoming.
They’re now “pursuing the final authorizations required for commencement of uranium production,” which means they could push the revenue button after receipt of that last permit.
URZ says they are sitting on about 1,500 tons of the hot stuff in just one deposit alone, worth maybe $47 a pound on the open market!
And that’s at today’s “depressed” prices!
Should uranium recapture its former glory, URZ could be on the short list for bargain of the century, just on the strength of its mineral assets!
Now I know you’re thinking, “URZ is too expensive up here well north of $1.50 a share.”
Throw in the $19 MILLION in cold hard cash URZ was holding back in the summer, and things seem to change, don’t they?
Plus, unlike some obscure sub-cent wonders I could name, URZ actually has real brokerage analysts covering it!
Whether they’re right or wrong, their opinion definitely plays into how their clients see URZ. Obviously more bulls than bears on the Street!
True, this is not my usual play. It’s going to be too big for some of you cheapskates and too long-term for the Ritalin addicts among you.
But sometimes you have to take the long view, right?
And besides, take another look at the URZ chart…when this big baby wants to move, it can swing like a start-up!
New Western Energy Corp. (NWTR) is probably new to you, but the “learning curve” isn’t steep at all.
NWTR is an old-fashioned All-American oil company with wells pumping up and down the energy heartland: Kansas, Oklahoma, and even Texas itself.
They’ve been working their oil patch for years now, but the chart was too quiet to be worth our while — until coming to life a few weeks ago!
When I saw 15% of this stock’s lifetime turnover moving in the last 4 days, I knew I had to get NWTR in front of you right away.
Something’s obviously brewing under the surface here. After all, this is a stock that used to take days or even weeks to move a measly 1,000 or 2,000 shares!
Part of the “juice” here is of course that everyone wants exposure to oil again as the Middle East goes insane.
Crude prices have rebounded 20% since hitting bottom back in June — I think you can feel that pressure whenever you fill up your gas tank!
And NWTR’s barrels are all safe in the U.S.A., where not even an offshore hurricane can cause trouble, much less riots in Libya or warships off Iran.
Of course, there are plenty of American oil stocks to tickle your fancy. But few of them are making the kinds of progress NWTR has started reporting.
Barely two weeks ago, NWTR decided to drill deeper on one of its Texas wells in order to increase the “pay zone.”
Then yesterday, NWTR upped the ante by announcing that the first phase in an ambitious Oklahoma development is ready to start pumping.
Add another estimated 287,000 barrels to the party.
Long haul, NWTR has well over 2,000 acres of Kansas shale to play with — and a slice of Pennsylvania’s legendary Marcellus as well.
As foreign oil gets tougher to produce and protect, you could do a lot worse than maintaining a “friendly relationship” with NWTR.
And in the short term, the action is clearly in the very earliest stages.
NWTR just opened the first wells earlier this year and is now pumping crude!
Play it on the swings or keep it on your long-range radar, the NWTR story has only just started.
Take one more look at that near-virgin chart and get it on your radar ASAP!