Penny Stocks Closing on Strong Gains SMMT,ICOA,WDRP,EMLL,LVLT
TheStockwizards.net penny stock trading system analyzes the most notable explosive OTC, OTCBB, NASDAQ Micro Cap Penny Stocks such as SMMT with huge volume and positive change. The most active bullish penny stocks at the close of trading includes: OTC: SMMT, ICOA, WDRP, EMLL, LVLT
Stratcomm Media, Ltd. SMMT provides corporate marketing, investor relations, list rental, list management, and marketing consulting services through its wholly owned subsidiaries.
2-ICOA, Inc. (ICOA.PK) close .0005 of 66% on 198.9 million shares traded.
the company announced yesterday that it has completed the conversion of $2,070,000 of debt to equity.
ICOA, Inc. provides broadband wireless and wired Internet networks and managed services in high-traffic public locations in the United States.
3-Wanderport Corporation (WDRP.PK) last .037 up 19% 2.9 million shares traded. WDRP is trading at a 52-week breakout high.
Wanderport Corporation develops, markets, and sells water heaters in the United States.
4-El Maniel International, Inc. (EMLL.PK) close .0006 up 20% on 70.1 million shares traded. EMLL ) is best levels of the day.
El Maniel International, Inc. intends to manufacture and distribute cigars under the PLC brand name in the United States.
5-Level 3 Communications Inc. (LVLT.NASDAQ) last 1.12 up 8% on 91.4 million shares traded. LVLT broke out above its 50 day moving average several days ago.
Level 3 Communications, Inc. engages in the communications business in North America and Europe.
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