Volatility in Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Brings Traders to the Front Lines - Top Small Cap Trades Ahead of the Open: Fannie Mae, AMR Corp, Goff Corp, Titan Pharmaceuticals, Research in Motion

Fri Mar 22, 2013 8:11am EDT

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LONDON,  March 22, 2013  /PRNewswire/ --

Shares in Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac experienced volatility for the first time
yesterday in what was a big swing day for traders in the stocks.  Fannie Mae
started off the morning by pushing straight to  $1.50, and as we predicted it
looked like the stock would move higher, it represented 500% gains in 1 week at
that point.  Not surprisingly Fannie Mae pulled back to close at  0.80 cents  on
the day making this the heaviest traded stock in the over the counter market by
some distance.  This story is bound to play out over the next week and chances
are there will be many more chances to play this stock, bear in mind AMR
Corporation pulled back to  $1.00  before trading to  $4.35.

AMR Corp is another example of a stock people had given up hope on and we have
been covering for 2 months now.  During that time shares of AMR Corp have risen
as much as 700% from top to bottom and it just goes to show you that recently
with names like AMR Corp, Eastman Kodak, Fannie Mae, and Freddie Mac that there
are plenty of profits to made by trading the OTC market if you are a prudent
investor, or you're a member of  http://www.clubpennystock.com.  Shares of AMR
Corp rose a further 3% in trading yesterday to close at  $4.38.

Goff Corp was indicating a higher open on Wall Street along with the futures
today after the stock traded substantial volume in Thursday's trading session
and moved lower only slightly after a solid 3 day run. Goff Corp appointed a new
director late last week and the shares after receiving much attention climbed
over 100% initially to close at  0.28 cents.  Intra-day we have seen shares of
Goff Corporation trade as high as  0.35 cents, the stock closed yesterday at 
0.33 cents  right at a new high.

Shares of Research In Motion (NASDAQ: BBRY) is a large cap stock that we are
featuring as an extra trading play.  The shares have been seeing plenty of
trading action ahead of the launch of the new Z10 phone which there is much
anticipation.  The stock is trading towards a new high and with the volume in
yesterday's trading looks like the stock will trade higher.  The company is
releasing its much anticipated new smart phone today in AT&T stores nationwide.

Titan Pharmaceuticals traded heavy volume in Thursday's session but is
struggling to trade higher after its recent big slide in the price of its
shares.  To close going into todays open Titan Pharmaceuticals traded over  $8
million  on the day and was lower by 2.3% on the trading day.

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