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Actual ATP Research and Results

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August 4th, 2009-  LRR.TO/LRLMF  $1.66

…Linear Gold is a micro cap gold stock, and I usually will hesitate to put these on the ATP service, but this one looks like a great value going forward, and I like the chart set up here as well…Shares outstanding are 34 million.  Thats a market cap of 58 million Canadian, or less than 2x future projected net cash flows.  They have 24 million in the bank, 0 debt currently, and multiple drill projects.  They have leverage later on to future gold price increases, and position to acquire other projects/exploration plays.  I'm not seeing a lot of downside here.

Results:  Linear Gold ran to $2.28 17 days later for a 37% gain.

 

August 14th- CRXX-  $1.05

 … the “Saucer” chart is bullish because of the general sideways movement over a long period of time.  This is a transfer of shareholders from old to new, re-setting a large base for the stock.  A break over $1.10 could trigger a run back to $1.34 a recent spike high on good news several weeks ago. Also, there is a huge “gap” at $3.00 a share above.  This means there is an air pocket where technically there are no sellers until $3.00.   The only sellers will be the traders who bought recently, or buy near term.  To say that I am excited by the long term prospects of this merger would be an understatement.

Results: CRXX ran to $1.34 within a few days for a 25% gain.  It has since risen as high as $1.92 on September 1st, for a 75% gain in 3 weeks for ATP.

 

August 18th- VICL- $3.35

…with Federated Kauffman paying $3.63 a share just a few weeks ago for 3 million shares, they brought their total to 5.4 million shares.  The stock has drifted down and volume has dropped from a 90 day average of over 1 million to just 350,000 or so a day lately.  This normally precedes a shift in sentiment and price movement, quite simply the crowd has moved on.

We have an ATP proprietary “Fibonacci Intersection” on Aug 17th, and to ATP it means the stock bottoms around that time and it’s time to start accumulating positions…  A break over $3.40 will probably start a new bull trend in the stock.

Results:  On September 3rd, 16 days later, VICL hit $5.40 for a 61% gain

  

August 20th- SPPI- $6.27

SPPI…When the stock hit 6.05 earlier this week, it was at the bottom of proprietary indicators I have developed as reliable for pivots.  I mentioned earlier this week that I had picked some up at 6.12 and 6.15.  This afternoon I was an aggressive buyer at a 6.27 average per share and building a position… The chart appears to be very bullish and very oversold at the same time.  If I was to hazard a guess, I would see a move up to 6.80-6.90 again, then a pullback, and then a breakout over 7 with a run. 

Results:  On September 4th, SPPI hit $9.00 a share for a 43% gain in two weeks.

 

September 1st-  JAZZ  $7.29-

The stock closed 8/31/09 at $7.29 a share and has been in a general trading range for about 5 weeks now.  We also have a 5 day reverse head and shoulder pattern, often a leading indicator of a move up. ATP research would not be surprised to see a move towards $10.00 per share over the intermediate time period.

Results:  On September 4th, Jazz soared over $10.00 per share for a  40% plus gain in 3 trading days for ATP

 

September 2nd-  RINO  $12.60

 …accumulating a position in RINO here in the 12.50-12.90 window.  The volume has completely dried up on the stock after the recent run from mid 10.70 to 14.88.  The pullback is a typical “B Wave” pullback in an “A-B-C’ move to the upside.  This actually retraced a perfect Fibonacci 61% retracement of the recent swing move up… The valuation remains very cheap, the company is very under-followed.

Results:  Stock closed at $14.27 the next day as Rodman and Renshaw initiated coverage with a $22 target.  13% return in 24 hours.

 

 

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Active Trading Partners - 2009 Performance

» ATP ALERT SAMPLE - JAZZ 55% Gain
» ATP ALERT SAMPLE - VICL 61% Gain
MEDX at $8.15 - High was $15.89 in 2 Days for a 95% gain
SPPI at $5.67 - High was $6.50 in 24 Hour for a 14% gain
NG at $3.65 - High was $4.55 in 4 Days for a 24% gain
ANPI at $1.34 - High was $2.17 in 3 Days for a 61% gain
BCRX at $3.97 - High was $7.66 in 3 Days for a 92% gain
NVAX at $2.49 - High was $3.46 in 1 Day for a 38% gain
IOC at $25.90 - High was $30.33 in 5 Days for a 17% gain
CYOU at $35.90 - High was $46.85 in 5 Days for a 30% gain
ANPI at $1.62 - High was $1.85 in 3 days for a 13% gain
BCRX at $3.68 - High was $4.44 in 3 days for a 20% gain
CYOU at $35.90 - High was $46.85 in 7 days for a 30% gain
ATSG at $2.08 - High was $2.37 in 4 days for a 13% gain
BCRX at $4.05 - High was $4.70 in 3 days for 16% gain
CLDA at $12.42 - Sold at $12.23 for a 2% loss
SOL at $4.39 - High was $5.37 for a gain of 22% in 3 days
BCRX at $3.70 - High was 4.99 within 2 days for a 25% gain
DNN at 1.88 - High was 2.05 three days later for a 9% gain
ATSG at $1.27 - High was $2.41 for a 89% in 5 days
CRGN at $1.13 - High was $1.47 for a 30% gain 4 days
IOC at $32.20 - High was $36.75 for a gain of 14% in 1 day
ATSG at $1.27 - High was $1.49 for a 18% gain the same day
ABAT at $3.52 - Rallied to $3.79 within 2 days for a 7% gain
SOL at $4.24 - High was $4.98 the same day for a gain of 17%
SQNM at $3.19 - High was $5.30 - 66% gain in 14 days
ARNA at $2.97 Moved higher for 7 days to $4.00 for a 34% gain
FEED at $4.62 High was $7.50 for a gain of 62% in 8 days
ACAS at $3.52 Stop triggered for a 5% loss
VRX at $20 High was $23.25 within 3 days for a 16% gain
VNDA at $10.19 - High was $12.62 for a gain of 24% in 2 days
CYOU at $27.20 - High was $30.25 three days later for a 11% gain
COIN at $1.30 - High was $2.60 ten days later for a 100% gain
DRYS at $6.97 - Stop Triggered three days later for a 5% loss
ENER at $16.03 - High was $17.02 two days later for a gain of 6%
ABAT at $3.81 - High was $4.10 five hours later for a 7% gain
COT at $3.92 - High was $4.70 one day later for a 19% gain
HGSI at $1.33 - High was $2.55 two days later for a 91% gain

QDEL as $12.71 - High was $14.00 the same day for a 11% gain



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"Others focused mainly on chart data and concluded that not only has a top been put into place in gold but that –inevitable upward corrections notwithstanding-the metal is headed for significantly lower value zones. One such detailed analysis – made just three days prior to yesterday’s bloodbath-is certainly worthy of the ‘replay’ button being pushed (maybe several times even) in the wake of the Thursday cave-in. Active Trading Partners’ David Banister appears to have been among the very few who rang the alarm bell prior to the conflagration in the market."

Jon Nadler,
Chief Commentator- Kitco.com - July 2nd 2010


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