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Are Coffee and Gold stocks smelling good again

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trader53 Member Level  Monday, 03/05/12 06:03:09 AM
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Are Coffee and Gold stocks smelling good again ? >

When the price of Coffee was climbing for much of 2010 and the first QTR of 2011, the Big Cap Coffee stocks were also climbing, however most of the Lower Tier OTC Pink Sheet and OTCBB
sub-Penny stocks, were going down.

It wasn't until March and April of 2011, when Coffee prices started to peak in April-May 2011, that the Lower Tier sub-Penny stocks started to take-off !! BCCI, HCEI, GWDCQ, and JCOF all made huge percentage moves-up as Coffee prices were beginning to peak.

At the end of a "Bull Market" in a particular Market, such as Coffee, or, Gold for instance, this is the time these lower priced stocks start to climb Big !!

We are starting to see this happen with some of the Lower Tier Gold Mining companies. Stocks such as GDSM, SRGE, DKGR, SIRG, SHMX and others are making huge gains. The stock of SUGO is just starting to move-up and most likely has a big percentage move ahead of it.

The following charts illustrate this point. >>>

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