Since we initiated coverage on September 2nd, the penny stock of Premier Brands Inc. (BRND), the shares have traded thinly as its increased 97.26%. If you were lucky enough to have loaded up on BRND stock since then, Monday will be a great chance for you to cash in since the same group that caused some controversy in the summer is all over the razor’s edge again. Translation: Monday is play day but prepare for a possible PR release during the week which kills any momentum moving forward.
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BRND Stock Chart
Market Cap: 38.15M
Close: 0.72, up 0.13 (22.03%)
Dollar Volume: $8,015
Average Trade Size: 1,916
Issued and Outstanding: 52,990,000
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We alerted on BRND in early September because we sensed that a big promotional period would be starting soon allowing early traders to get in on the cheap. You can’t turn your back on 97% gains —pretty decent considering that it’s been small money traded on the beverage stock since then. However, the issue arises in the how more so than the who.
Receiving penny stock alerts when you are a subscriber is why traders get on the lists — to find out the next best thing since sliced bread. BRND, as great of a run they could actually have with their extremely colorful and comparison alert, could get a quick kick in the PR-nuts if the guns come out like the last time they went out. Eric Dany is the front of this one, but the razor’s edge could kill that momentum real quick if certain non-subscribers use the opportunity to their advantage.
About BRND Stock
Premier Brands Inc. was organized as TrackSoft Systems, Inc. and originally formed for the purpose of developing a construction project management software package. On May 30, 2012 the Company changed its name to Premier Brands, Inc. after entering into a series of transactions which led to the acquisition of all of the assets of Zizzaz, LLC for roughly $350,000.
Immediately following the acquisition of all of the assets of Zizzaz, Premier Brands completed a private offering of promissory notes, convertible into shares of BRND stock at a per share conversion price of 0.007. With the purchase price of the notes equaling roughly $350,000, a .007 conversion price would equal 50 million shares.
Bottom Line: BRND should be a hot penny stock for Monday and clearly needs to be on the list to watch at the open. If BRND opens up Monday like a bottle of Romanée-Conti and is allowed to breathe, the sweet profits could last long enough to savor for the entire trading session and into the week. Just note that if the razor’s edge is walked, the momentum in the beverage stock could get crushed like any other grape and come out like vinegar.
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