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|January 22, 2013 07:00 PM EST||
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Today PennyLaneReports.com announces four stocks to watch closely: Great China Mania Holdings (OTCBB: GMEC), Computer Vision Systems (OTCQB: CVSL), Mikros Systems Corp (OTCQB: MKRS), Wuhan Genral Group (OTCQB: WUHN).
Great China Mania Holdings (OTCBB: GMEC), today announced that they have engaged Cameron Hood, former co-director and co-creator of DreamWorks Animation, to develop GMEC's movie businesses across Asian markets. Cameron has participated in a number of very successful movies during his career at Warner Bros., Sony Imageworks and DreamWorks Animation. His profile is available at: http://www.cameronhood.com/. He will be working with GMEC as the co-director and producer of a new movie invested by GMEC. Today the stocks volume soared on the news gaining as much as 95% on the day. Get the full report at PennyLaneReports.com
Computer Vision Systems Laboratories (OTCQB: CVSL) continues to draw interest since they announced that Ohio-based The Longaberger Company and Computer Vision Systems Laboratories Corp. have signed a letter of intent (LOI) for CVSL to acquire a controlling voting interest in Longaberger. According to the LOI, Longaberger would become part of CVSL's strategy of growing in the direct selling channel. Longaberger's revenues last year exceeded $100 million. The stock has nearly doubled since news of the announcement. Get the full report at PennyLaneReports.com
Mikros Systems Corp (OTCQB: MKRS) has been gaining a lot of momentum since they announce that Mikros was selected as a small business partner on the Northrop Grumman CANES team for its proficiency in wireless network systems planning and installation support. Mikros has designed, planned, and supported installations of wireless networks aboard multiple classes of U.S. Navy ships. This capability should prove valuable to the CANES program. According to Signal Magazine, a leading defense industry trade journal, wireless networking "is a cornerstone capability and requirement for the Consolidated Afloat Network and Enterprise Services (CANES)." The company stock gained as much as 300% on the day. Get the full report at PennyLaneReports.com
Wuhan General Group (OTCQB: WUHN) is a leading manufacturer of industrial blowers and turbines in China. The Company has been busy building strong relationships that could help boost their business. Wuhan General shares an acoustics lab with China Fan Performance Test Centre and has solid and extensive relationships with the Science and Technology University of Central China, Jiaotong University and the Acoustic Institute of China Science Academy. This enables Wuhan General to stay abreast of the latest developments in the fields of fluid dynamics, material sciences, and acoustics. WUHN a former Nasdaq darling which has seen its stock plummet in recent months all the way down to $.03, came out of nowhere to day trading north of 4 million shares, and hitting a tremendous gain of over 700%.
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