Fannie Mae Shares Move Towards Key Level Ahead Of The Open - Small Cap Stock Focus: Goff Corporation, AMR Corporation, Applied DNA Sciences, Research In Motion

Tue Apr 2, 2013 8:28am EDT

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LONDON,  April 2, 2013  /PRNewswire/ --

Shares of Fannie Mae have been extremely volatile but look like they could be
ready for another surge this week after closing higher by 16% to close Mondays
session on a heavily traded  $27 million. We will stay with the name to update
you on news and any movements, remember AMR Corp traded back down to  $1.00 
before bouncing back to  $4.00  over a relatively short period of time.  Stocks
trading this low tend to over-shoot on the upside as well as the downside so
worth keeping an eye on this name.  Remember we first started covering Fannie
Mae at  0.30 cents  before it went to  $1.50  so this name potentially could
still be a 100% trade to the upside once more.

Goff Corporation closed Mondays trading session at a new high for the company in
what has been a steady two weeks of mainly upside trading for the mineral
exploration company.  Shares in Goff Corporation have now moved from  0.12 cents
 to the current price of 0.53 just since the middle of March giving out
potential gains of over 500%. We will continue to follow the stock throughout
the week to see if it can build from here.  It does appear that volume has
picked up after an initial drop off mid last week; in fact the company traded
well over the  $10 million  mark ahead of today's open.

AMR Corp is another example of a stock people had given up hope on and we have
been covering for 3 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  Shares of AMR
Corp moved lower by 2% to close at  $4.06. It seems the volatile part of this
trade is over now, however the volume is still very heavy so the trade could
still be on even though it's at the top end of the range.

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Applied DNA Sciences was back in play on the volume focus list after its day on
Monday back trading heavier volume than normal.  Shares of Applied DNA Sciences
closed higher by 3% on over  $3 million  traded.  The stock traded higher in the
morning session but shares pulled back to close the day.

Shares of Research in Motion (NASDAQ: BBRY) were the heaviest traded on the
entire NASDAQ in Mondays session with the launch of the new Z10 and in addition
the company swinging to a surprise profit in the last quarter.  Some analysts
have price targets as high as  $70.00  per share on the Canadian handset maker
which is a substantial move from  $15.00  if the stock continues to perform.

Regardless of what's going on in the mainstream we will always keep you updated
and look to be value added. We hope you have enjoyed our coverage; we will be
back to you tomorrow with our daily look at the small cap markets.

We track the volume and keep in touch with any increasing trends to the upside
or downside.  We also cover the top stocks on the OTCQB, OTCQX, and the Pink
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