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Super Stock Profits - Top Five Stocks in Focus: Terra Tech Corporation, Inter Cloud Systems, Tetraphase Pharmaceutical, Inc. mCig, Inc. Growlife, Inc.

LONDON, April 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Terra Tech Corporation (TRTC) had a strong days trading going into the open today with shares moving higher by 16.48% and back amongst the heaviest traded stocks in the small cap markets. There was a large daily trading range in stock which can be an advantage for short term traders.   Terra Tech closed at $0.92 very close to the highs of the day on almost $6 million traded.

Growlife (PHOT) which has been an extremely active stock in the small cap world for some time now continued to move higher once again in yesterday's session.  Shares were only higher by 2% however Growlife was the heaviest traded stock in the entire OTC market apart from Fannie Mae (FNMA) which also continues to edge higher.  The company closed at $0.53 on more than $15 million in volume trading.

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Shares in mCig, Inc.  (MCIG) was another top ten volume trader that enjoyed a double digit gain in the markets on Tuesday and is looking to follow through by moving higher once again.  The maker of electronic cigarettes has a 52 week high price of $0.92 and closed at $0.71 higher by 18.5% in trading to close yesterday's session.

Inter Cloud Systems (ICLD) has been in a downswing since the start of the year moving down from around $18.00 to its current price just above $6.00.  This was one of the best performing small caps going into the back end of last year and could have been oversold on the way down.  It looks like the stock is around support level and looking to move back to its resistance of $10.00 per share which would be a good potential move for traders.  Inter Cloud is moving higher again in early trading today after trading more than 1.7 million shares to close.

Finally Tetraphase Pharmaceutical (TTPH) who actually rang the closing bell on the NASDAQ yesterday was moving higher once more in early trading today.  Shares broke the $11.00 mark this morning after closing higher on Tuesday.  The 52 week high in this stock is above $17.00 and again the volatile ranges can be attractive to traders looking to make short term trades.

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