OTC Small-Cap Stocks Close up Strong on General Motors (GM) IPO Euphoria (FEEC, BZCN, TRDY, HFBG, ZAAP)

Penny Stocks Closing on Strong Gains FEEC, BZCN, TRDY, HFBG, ZAAP

Nov 18th, 2010 Boca Raton, FL–TheStockwizards.net penny stock trading system analyzes the most notable explosive OTC, OTCBB, NASDAQ Micro Cap Penny Stocks such as FEEC with huge volume and positive change. The most active bullish penny stocks at the close of trading includes: OTC: FEEC, BZCN, TRDY, HFBG, ZAAP

1-Far East Energy Corp. (FEEC.OB) close .735 up 18% on 3.4 million shares traded at the end of day.
FEEC announced today the results of an independent engineering report prepared by Netherland, Sewell & Associates, Inc. (NSAI) estimating the total coalbed methane Original Gas-in-Place (OGIP) in Far East Energy’s Shouyang Block situated in Shanxi Province, China.

Far East Energy Corporation, a development stage company, together with its subsidiaries, engages in the acquisition, exploration, development, and production of coalbed methane gas properties in the People’s Republic of China.

2- BizAuctions, Inc. (BZCN.PK) last .0009 up 12% on 477.8 million shares traded at the close. traders and investors are focused in on the psychological .001 breakout level in the short term.

BZCN announced today that progress is being made on the terms of the lease for the 2nd Outlet Store that is located in San Ysidro, CA.

BizAuctions, Inc. provides commercial eBay liquidation services for excess inventory, overstock items, and returns. The company serves retailers, manufacturers, and distributors in California and Arizona.

3-Trudy Corp. (TRDY.PK) last .018 up 66% on 42.6 million shares traded. TRDY is up over 100% since we started coverage on the stock.

The company engages in publishing children’s books and books with read- and sing-along audio tapes and CD’s, as well as in designing, manufacturing, and marketing children’s musical instruments, electronics, and plush stuffed animals.

4-Hall of Fame Beverages, Inc. (HFBG.PK) close .0006 up 50% on 253.6 million shares traded at the close.traders and investors are focused in on the psychological .001 resistance level.

Hall of Fame Beverages, Inc. engages in the manufacture, distribution, and sale of non-alcoholic beverages. The company’s products include Atomic Dogg energy drinks, Grand Ma Ma sweet southern tea, and HydroPower enhanced functional waters, as well as ice teas

5-ZAP (ZAAP.OB) last .79 up 20% on 1.3 million shares traded and today.

ZAAP announced that it completed its initial down payment of US$10 million towards the 51% acquisition of Jonway Automobile. Jonway Automobile plans to complete an audit of its financial statements by December 31, 2010 and thereafter, ZAP intends to finalize the acquisition with the payment of the US$19 million balance of the US$29 million purchase price.

ZAP engages in the development, acquisition, and commercialization of electric vehicles and electric vehicle power systems in the United States.

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