Swingplane Ventures Higher Once More As The Comeback Continues - Top Stocks List Ahead Of The Bell: Nokia Corporation, AMR Corp,

 Swingplane Ventures Higher Once More As The Comeback Continues - Top Stocks
 List Ahead Of The Bell: Nokia Corporation, AMR Corp, China Teletech Holding,
                           Medical Marijuana, Inc.

PR Newswire

LONDON, February 26, 2013

LONDON, February 26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

Shares in Swingplane Ventures (OTC: SWVI) have had an amazing comeback in
price over the last two trading sessions after falling over 50% on one
volatile day last week. In the 2 trading days since then shares of SWVI have
risen 50% and 16% respectively to close yesterday at 0.77 cents per share. We
will see if the company can have another strong days trading in today's
session with shares of SWVI trading over $20 million once more in heavy
trading on Wall Street.

Nokia Corporation (NYSE: NOK) shares seem to be trading in a range currently
with shares closing at $3.63 even though large volume still trading in the
stock. NOK was lower by 4% on 50 million shares traded in the markets to
close. Nokia's been struggling in a world that has been dominated with the
Apple and Android smartphone's. However, the company has banked its future on
its next generation of Windows smartphones and seems to have made good ground
over the last year with its shares doubling in price from the lows.

China Teletech Holding which was higher by more than 67% on the previous day's
trading pulled back in yesterday's markets by 19% on the day. CNCT still
traded heavier volume than normal with 5.8 million exchanging hands but most
of it was downside with shares sliding. We will see in today's trading if
shares get picked up based on yesterday's downside, or we see a recovery
trade.

Shares in AMR Corp traded lower by 4% after climbing in the previous day's
trading. The company is still trading extremely heavy volume compared to its
normal trading average obviously due to the ongoing closing of its merger with
US Airways. AAMRQ traded over $23 million today making it the largest volume
trade in the over the counter market.

Medical Marijuana was one of the stocks that has been punished recently which
had a strong days trading yesterday and was higher by 19% on heavy volume once
more on Wall Street. Shares have been actively traded and volatile for the
last couple of weeks in the name whilst seeing much positive news surrounding
the name.

It really goes to show that if you do your research there are substantial
profits to be made trading over the counter stocks and in the case of AMR Corp
even a company in bankruptcy has ended up becoming a positive winner for many
traders. Even in the case of SWVI whose shares were cut in half only to rise
65% over the last few trading sessions. NOK is another good example of
trading stock that has doubled over the last year and was seen as a company in
trouble or possibly going into bankruptcy.

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