August 22, 2011- A Little Common Cents Corner #3- Analysis on Third Liner Active Stocks

“Only a fool is sure of anything, a wise man keeps on guessing.” – Angus McGyver

Respect for the markets means never being certain, never betting too much, and always being independent and accountable for one’s own personal decisions.

I’m going to provide my personal analysis of my most educated guesses about active third liner stocks.  I have no vote of buying or selling any of these securities as volatility can rattle a person without any track record of penny stock trading to speak of.  Below are just personal speculations.  Please understand all stocks below are small cap stocks, jockeyed most of the time.  Disclaimers are not supposed to be said over and over again, but just to remind the public of these high risk speculations, I shall repeat- only a fool is sure of anything, a wise man just keeps on guessing.

WPI – a largely dormant sleepy stock, that has eluded the market for a whole month.

From July 29, 2011 to current (August 22,2011), here are the historical broker transactions : (I used July 29 because that was the start date when volume activity surged.)

CLSA feeds frenzied COL clients.  Who’s going to be proven correct?  Only the market is right- and since the market just displayed bullishness and favor to third liner stocks, all WPI holders of COL and Nieves Sanchez rejoice.

 

 

 

BHI In Hindsight – Although the big move has already been done, I figured it would still be useful to study exactly which brokers profited from the BHI technical action.  Below are the top 10-11 volume buyers starting from August 9 to August 22, 2011.

Biggest volume buyers for BHI remains the Citiseconline retail clients, Tower Securities, Value Quest, Goldstar, HDI and Abacus Securities.  They’re the ones still holding the bag.  Ones who’ve already exited are Mount Peak, H.E Bentt, Wealth and Phil Equity.  Congratulations to the technicians who’ve profited from the strong move.

BSC- is at arms race, a push and pull between buyers and sellers.

Covered Period is from July 21 – August 22, 2011

So Kings Power, BPI, BA, Uni Capital keeps on selling, while Citiseconline retail clients, Accord, BDO and Abacus keep on buying.  Who knows better?

PEP – I can’t understand anything from the historical broker transactions.  Maybe you can?

The chart looks quiet and nice.  Historical broker transactions shows CitisecOnline, Wealth and Accord Capital with average prices of 40 cents bought from August 16 to August 22.  (When the volume came).  For anyone who wants to bargain hunt, you might want to check whether buyers are buying more or just selling to retail tsupiteros?

 

 

 

There are so many third liner and mining stocks actively being traded these days. Happy Trading.

 

– The Faceless Trader

 

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4 Responses to August 22, 2011- A Little Common Cents Corner #3- Analysis on Third Liner Active Stocks

  1. Ben says:

    Thank you for the analysis Faceless Trader. I appreciate it.

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  2. drbamiiii says:

    I read from a respected analyst before that LC used citiseconline to make it seem like it was the public buying when in fact it was the insiders.

    It really cuts both ways.

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    • Broker 203- is filled with many clients, so it can either be insiders buying in or the public retail market. We never really could know. I would think that since LC right now is owned by so many traders (perhaps even someone who doesnt even trade much has shares of LC these days as it is the most active stock speculated in the market recently), you could say Broker 203 is an effective ninja cloak. You cannot tell if its insider or just the public really buying in.

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