Wind Works Power Corp. (WWPW.OB) Leads Opening Bell Report
August 04, 2011 West Palm Beach, Fla –The Stock Wizards.net a top rated newsletter analyzes the most notable explosive OTC, OTCBB, NASDAQ, NYSE Micro Cap Penny Stocks such as WWPW with huge volume and positive change at the open bell.
The most active bullish small cap penny stocks at the open of trading includes: WWPW, BIEL, DYAP, PROP, PAYD.
WWPW had a technical breakout above its 50 day moving average in the morning session.
Wind Works Power Corp. engages in alternate energy business. It owns and develops wind parks in Ontario, Canada; Germany; and the United States. Wind Works Power Corp. has a joint venture agreement with EFI Energy Farming International GmbH. to develop a 20 megawatt wind energy project in Germany.
2-BioElectronics Corporation (BIEL.PK) last trade .0113 soaring 33.63% on rising volume of 14.6 million shares.
BIEL traders and investors will be focused in on the psychological support level of .01 in the short-term. a weekly close above this critical level could spark another round of momentum buying.
BioElectronics Corporation manufactures and markets drug-free anti-inflammatory medical devices and patches containing an embedded microchip and battery that deliver pulsed electromagnetic energy for anti-inflammatory and pain relief therapy under the ActiPatch, Allay, RecoveryRx, and HealFast names.
3-Dynamic Applications Corp. (DYAP.PK) last .017 moving up 13.33% on better-than-average volume of 1.1 million shares swapping hands in the early session.
DYAP had a technical breakout above its 50 day moving average. a weekly close above this critical moving average could set the stage for another round of momentum buying.
Dynamic Applications Corp. focuses on manufacturing, marketing, and selling an electromagnetic percussion system that could be used as a chisel, a cutting tool, a magnet, and a coil.
4- Propell Corporation (PROP.OB) last tick .17 up ticking 6.25% on intra-day volume of 198, 989 shares exchanging hands and nearly session.
PROP had a technical breakout above the 100 day moving average in early trading. a weekly close above this moving average could be extremely bullish in the short-term.
Propell Corporation, through custom Websites, provides e-commerce and fulfillment for image-based personalized products and services for schools, nonprofits, media companies, and other organizations in the United States.
5-Paid Inc. (PAYD.OB) last price .329 adding 2.65% on intra-day volume of320, 633 shares in the morning session.
PAYD traders and investors are anticipating a bottom reversal in the stock. A weekly close above the 10 day moving average would confirm this technical event.
Paid, Inc. focuses on providing brand-related services to businesses and celebrity clients in the entertainment, sports, and collectible industries. The company’s brand management, brand marketing, social media marketing, product design and merchandising, and authentication services, as well as Website design, development, and hosting services help its clients in growing their customer base in size, loyalty, and revenue generation.
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