What are the stocks making the biggest moves midday? What are the safest, most reliable blue-chip investments? These and many more questions may be popping into the minds of savvy investors as they contemplate making the big moves to take advantage of the newest technologies to come out of Silicon Valley. This is a time when a stock price can double or triple in a matter of minutes and momentum is the biggest impetus, as stocks that show good momentum run up the chart.
What’s so unique about this stock? It’s a company that makes what’s called “cell phone batteries.” This is a niche that has low overheads but can generate tremendous growth if it can successfully penetrate the existing cell phone industry. Here’s a short background on the company:
This particular company is not well known. Its public image was tarnished long ago by one of its (unjust) top executives. Nevertheless, it continues to grow and make the biggest moves, and it appears that the stock price is resuming its surge after a period of slowing down. Here’s a look at its business model and how it might be able to capture more of the energy-related market:
The company designs and manufactures high-energy, long-lasting batteries. These batteries produce power by converting chemical energy (in the form of ions and water) into electrical energy. In the process, the ions and water release heat that make them vibrate. This produces the electricity we rely on every day.
The primary use for these batteries is for commercial applications, namely powering remote offices in urban centers, such as hospitals, hotels, restaurants, and airports. It’s also being used to power some of the largest television and radio stations in the U.S. The demand for electricity from such sources is increasing due to advancing technology. Increasing demand can make the prices drop. Stocks are made to keep pace with this trend.
How do they do this? They buy large amounts of electricity in large quantities and then store the surplus in depots. This makes it possible for large institutions to stay on top of their consumption and even earn interest from the electric companies. In addition, Stocks make it possible for governments and agencies to save a significant amount of money on power consumption. Some countries even run 100% green electricity.
Stocks are designed to help businesses of all sizes. Large businesses can purchase special “remanufactured” batteries from Stocks and re-sell them for a profit. Smaller businesses can purchase special versions of the technology and use them themselves. Stocks manufacturers can even take care of the technology, providing warranties and service.
What does this mean for investors? Stocks make it easier to identify top-notch stocks on a steady basis. An investor can rely on the technology to gain value over time. When Stocks makes the biggest moves at midnight, there are plenty of opportunities to put money in on a hot stock.
There are different times of day when Stocks make the biggest moves. Generally speaking, the best time to purchase stocks is when the stock market opens in the morning hours. There are more traders working the phones, computers, and internet during the day than at night. If the stock market opens at the opening and begins to trade in the afternoon, the number of traders working the phones, computers, and internet in the morning becomes too great to be able to remain profitable throughout the trading day.
When midnight strikes, and the Stocks markets open, there are still more traders working the phones, computers, and internet during the day than at night. The key is that they all have to work together in order to make a profit. The more traders that work the phones, computers, and internet during the morning, the lower the chances are that the same companies will sell out before the opening bell. The same companies might sell out before the beginning of the evening if there are not enough buyers in front of the opening bell. This means that the Stocks that do well during the morning hours, also do well throughout the evening.
Most companies, when they make big moves at midnight, do not remain at the same price point for very long. In fact, often the stocks that make the biggest moves at midnight return very quickly. For instance, when Microsoft first reported its gains, the stock took off quickly and stayed in the low points of the day, trading well into the evening. However, within an hour the stock had taken a dive and began to trade lower.
These are just some of the reasons why Stocks, generally, do not stay in one place for very long. Many traders and investors choose to purchase Stocks in the morning, trade them well into the evening and then sell them off again early in the morning. Many companies’ penny stocks are prone to these types of trends. Penny stocks are generally lower-risk trades, but the chance for large profits is great. As a trader or investor, you want to pick out those stocks that are set to make a huge move in the future, or you stand to make a lot of money if you purchase them now. If you take the time to learn about the technical and fundamental analysis of stocks and then apply it to your portfolio, you will find it much easier to make successful trades with penny stocks.