It’s been a good year so far with some nice winning penny stock trades but today I have one that could outdo them all. This stock really just started trading at the end of January so this is virtually a brand new stock. I CANNOT TELL A LIE, this one may be a big winner. Tonight’s stock pick is WRGL – Warrior Girl.
About Warrior Girl Corp.
Warrior Girl Corp is a holding company for a series of diversified online projects that span business-to-consumer (B2C) operations, financial services, online hosting, web services and social media. WRGL also acts as an incubator for online start-up businesses, providing expertise and funding to development-stage entities in the web arena. New projects are selected which in the view of management have significant upside potential. Warrior Girl Corp. was incorporated in 2002 and is based in Miami, Florida.
WRGL is an incubator for online start-up businesses. WRGL stock is looking very hot right now because of the sector its in, but there’s a lot more. The company provides expertise and funding to development stage companies in the hottest sector in the world. Small cap stocks often follow large, and the big mad money these days is being made from internet stock picks. Zynga got very hot recently, and so have other hot stocks.
As an incubator, WRGL provides initial seed funding for other businesses, typically $30,000 to $300,000. They get a minority ownership stake in what could be the next Google or Facebook. Startup companies also get office space, access to a network of advisors and mentors and hands-on assistance to push the business towards profitability. From the perspective of WRGL, it’s a small investment with a potentially huge payoff.
Just like a good stock trade, they go in for limited downside, huge reward investments.
Over the past week, there have been three big news releases from WRGL. That means the company is starting to get active, and we’re in at the very beginning…before many other traders likely find out about the company.
Based on the news releases, it couldn’t be more obvious this company is about to kickoff some major INVESTOR RELATIONS. Which means…promotion to investors.
Promoting a totally unknown and hardly trading stock like WRGL to countless new traders and investors can really do some big things. Take a look at Friday for example, WRGL popped for 78% on just day the FIRST day it got promoted to penny stock investors!
How do I know about this top secret investor relations? Through my secret connections? Via my “back door” shenanigans?
Actually, the company announced it through a news release.
Investor relations tends to create a surge of buying volume. The announcement about promoting the stock was made on February 9th, and WRGL’s first high volume day was last Friday, so it looks like that was day 1 of the promo program.
Well the stock responded fantastically with a huge surge in price. If that’s how day 1 goes, I can’t wait to see how far WRGL can fly if it continues to trade well.
Hopefully that will wet your whistle and work up your appetite for gains, but there’s a lot more to WRGL than just being a hot “promo” stock.
On February 11, they named a new Chief Executive Officer. Julian Sula is an expert in the fields of design, programming, internet marketing and information technology with 16 years of experience in the business. He has been involved in the marketing and managing of more than 150 web sites.
The news release announcing his appointment contained the usual quote about how excited he is to join the company and Sula added “The future looks great.” What he didn’t say was that he would start working on the future within days and WRGL made three deals in the new CEO’s first week on the job.
On Thursday, the company announced the launch of “Social Live,” a new social media web portal that picks up where Facebook left off.
“After establishing itself as the pre-eminent social networking site, many users now say they are unhappy with Facebook and abandoning the site due to issues ranging from privacy, bad to nonexistent customer support, and complaints over the new ‘Timeline’ format which people cannot opt out of,” according to WRGL’s new CEO.
He has a point – just four years ago MySpace was the top social networking site and big companies were trying to figure out how to incorporate their MySpace page into their marketing plan. MySpace started losing users and Facebook became the leading social networking destination. There is definitely the possibility that someone could replace Facebook as the premier social networking site.
I was on Twitter and there was a trending topic #ReasonsIHateFacebook and man people were really bashing it. I have to agree, Facebook continuously alienates its users. Facebook’s IPO may come roaring out of the gate but I think it may turn out to be a huge loser over the long term. It’s becoming not as cool, Twitter is cooler. It’s just not good for making money. They may have ideal data to advertise to people, but the problem is Facebook itself is NOT somewhere people are very receptive to marketing. With Google, they are on Google searching for something, which equals a potentially highly motivated customer. The exact opposite of a Facebook user, who is trying to just interact with their friends.
In fact I’d be willing to bet that Zuckerberg is going public not to fuel the expansion of Facebook, but because he knows it’s time to cash out.
WRGL is not the only critic of Facebook — even Bloomberg pointed out some problems with the giant site’s online marketing efforts under the headline “Retailers Shut Facebook Storefronts Amid Apathy.”
It’s a pretty interesting article:
Facebook-commerce, or F-commerce, was set to be the next big thing on the web, but as one expert told Bloomberg, “It was basically just another place to shop for all the stuff already available on the retailer websites. I give so-called F-commerce an ‘F.’”
As users look beyond Facebook, WRGL is launching SocialLive as a potential competitor. Users will be able to customize their profile pages with unique custom designs so they stand out. There will be advanced privacy settings and notifications, something the big sites like Google and Facebook are moving away from, facing massive backlash from their users and competitors. Everything on the other social media sites will be simple to use at SocialLive – blogs, pages and groups, file sharing, private messaging, event announcements, instant messenger, forums, photos and tagging, polls, quizzes, marketplace, videos, music, shout box, emoticons and a bunch of other junk too. You can see for yourself at http://www.sociallive.com/
This is a huge difference, and I believe it will make SocialLive users far more receptive to advertising efforts, since it’s not as invasive and forced.
SocialLive is in beta testing and the company says they “would love to get people’s feedback and input on what they think of the site” so they can “ultimately build a network that puts people as a priority first.” This sounds like a ground floor opportunity in a huge market. People love social media but they don’t love all the changes and privacy issues the big companies force on them. WRGL is in the right place at the right time.
Another deal WRGL completed in the last week was the acquisition of ChooseCreditCards.com.
ChooseCreditCards.com is a website that lets users easily compare credit cards. The site delivers credit card offers and reviews, and features easy and secure online applications with online approvals. The information is updated daily, so users always have the best and most accurate offers.
WRGL calls this one of their smaller ideas. It’s based on affiliate marketing, so the company won’t have to do very much to make the site a success. They think that a website like this could potentially generate $20,000 to $30,000 a month. That might not sound like much money but if the company can find another 20 or more of these types of websites, all of a sudden you have a diverse, large, steady stream of income.
20 sounds like a lot but having completed 3 deals in one week, it doesn’t sound very far away. If they all hypothetically paid off in that same range, that would make 400-600k per month, or $4.8-$7.2 million per year of quick easy revenue.
That’s why the timing on WRGL may be so perfect. With a promotion to get investors excited, and the potential to increase revenue extremely rapidly…plus the frenzied nature of a newly trading stock in the internet sector….man, we got a hot one on our hands!
Their third deal last week shows that they are trying to put together 20 or so solid web sites. WRGL also acquired USMarineLights.com.
USMarineLights.com is an online retailer of a variety of marine lighting products, including underwater, interior and exterior LED and HID lights for boats and yachts, marine camera and electronic equipment. You can see the US Marine Lights store at http://www.usmarinelights.com.
Millions of North American boat owners enjoy boating for recreation each year. According to the National Marine Manufacturers Association, the marine industry is a $40 billion dollar a year industry and its aftermarket and accessories a $2.9 billion dollar a year industry with continued positive growth.
US Marine Lights is a leader in its niche and successfully operating in a non-saturated, growing market with consistent sustainable growth.
Boat lights sound like a major SNOOZE fest, but it’s profitable and there are a lot of niche outlets like that on the Internet with solid revenue potential.
WRGL has been online for 10 years. Since 2002, their original company, HostWire, has been providing affordable and reliable hosting services for individuals and businesses. This is just another reliable, steady growth potential business.
They plan on acquiring more businesses and if you have an idea, you can submit it at http://www.warriorgirlcorp.com/submit-your-ideas-to-wrgl/ They like to see software startups with international potential. I love that. The best innovators are open to ideas from everyone, and while this sounds like a minor point, to me shows that WRGL has the right attitude towards profitable opportunities.
WRGL sounds like they have a good business plan and traders seem to agree. The stock has jumped 361% since it started actively trading in January, moving from 1.3 cents to as high as 6 cents a share on Friday.
But that was just a light volume “drift” up, doesn’t fully count in my opinion. The real test is how the stock reacts when VOLUME hits it. PUMP UP THE VOLUME!!!
The stock gained more than 78% on Friday on share volume of almost 11 million. This was only the second time that volume topped a million shares, and I think WRGL is now on the screens of many traders who are going to be watching it like a hawk at tomorrow’s open.
Momentum is moving higher with price. The MACD just keeps pushing higher and has made ten straight highs. Price has also closed higher on ten consecutive days, which looks very bullish.
It’s even got the illustrious (if meaningless) STRONG-BUY at Barchart.com.
While that doesn’t really mean anything in my opinion, it definitely DOES bring more traders to the table. It instills more confidence in traders that WRGL will fly, and most importantly…brings more buying volume. Buying volume is what fuels gains.
WRGL has been the perfect example of my favorite test, which is…when above average volume comes in, does the stock move up?
If you can’t look at the chart and see the answer to that plain as day, you may need to go back to basic training. WRGL has performed flawlessly. There is not ONE real down day on that entire chart!!
Jeez. This one is really something…
There is no denying this alert looks off the charts hot. However, I could always be wrong. WRGL is on a big run, and just made a huge surge on Friday. As you likely know, after a surge usually 1 of 2 things happen. The stock continues to rally and moves forward in a powerful way, or it pulls back HARD. So be sure to trade WRGL with caution. Use a tight stop, book profits while you can, and don’t ever let any trade go too far against you. Be sure to watch out for gaps, and make sure the stock is trading healthy and maintains its positive momentum! (Amateur biased unlicensed opinions)
WRGL has a chart that won’t quit. It truly is SIZZLING…
You don’t trade the steak, you trade the sizzle…
WRGL has a killer business plan of making small investments in internet companies that offer humongous potential profits. Imagine being able to have a substantial stake in Facebook, Google, or Amazon merely by making an investment that’s PENNIES by big boy standards. By making many small investments in only the best opportunities, WRGL may have a strong chance at an enormous payout. That’s why this under 10 cent company can potentially reward traders in a mind blowing way over a fairly short period f time.
In the immediate term, we have a stock that just keeps flying higher virtually EVERY day! There is high intraday volatility (big price moves between the open and close) and this is the kind of stock that could deliver a FAST triple-digit gain.
It already almost did on Friday.
WRGL has “Daytrading Dream” written all over it…
If you miss out on this one, I’m gonna come chop down your cherry tree.
I’m loving WRGL right now. It looks like it has potential as an insane day trade, all the way up to a multi-day feast if the company continues to come out with big news and gets promoted to lots of new investors.
I’ve been doing this a long time, and I know a recipe for a winner when I see one. You never know how the pie will turn out until after you put it in the oven, but I can promise WRGL definitely has all the right ingredients. Use caution just in case, but you would be wise to have WRGL as the top stock you’re watching tomorrow.
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