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Here are today's Strong Volume Gainers for Monday 02/11/2013.

What's a Strong Volume Gainer?

A strong volume gainer is when volume is four times greater than the 20-day SMA and is above yesterday's close.

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These 3 stocks have fallen out of favor with Wall Street. At least one of them could be the comeback kid of 2012.

Three stocks that are either going to keep falling or bounce back in 2012 are Patriot Coal (PCX), The Wendy's Company (WEN), and Nokia Corp. (NOK).

 

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Feel like losing more money?  Mastery has 4 stocks that suck the big one.

What do Research in Motion (RIMM), Apollo Group (APOL), The Wendy's Company (WEN), and Green Mountain Coffee (GMCR) have in common?  How about a failing business model, pending lawsuits, no respect from Wall Street, and a beat-up share price.


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There is one sector that is showing relative strength despite the volatile overall market -- that would be the Restaurant Stocks. The Masters recommend the following stocks.

We like Sonic Corp (SONC), Einstein Noah Restaurants (BAGL), and last but not least, Hasselhoff's favorite burger joint: Wendy's Company (WEN).

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Mastery points out 3 stocks under five dollars that are worth your attention.

 

Mastery presents three stocks that are trading close to $5 we believe are worth your attention.  The stocks in order of importance are Nokia Corporation (NYSE:NOK), The Wendy's Company (NASDAQ:WEN), and Marchex Inc. (NASDAQ:MCHX).

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Five bucks can buy you a footlong at Subway, it can also buy you some potential comeback stocks for 2012.

 

Mastery presents three stocks that are trading close to $5 we believe are worth your attention.  The stocks in order of importance are Nokia Corporation (NYSE:NOK), The Wendy's Company (NASDAQ:WEN), and Marchex Inc. (NASDAQ:MCHX).

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Here are today's Bullish 50/200-day MA Crossovers for 11-21-2011.

What's a Bullish 50/200-day MA Crossover?