Weekly thought on $AEMD, $IBIO, $LRAD, $SOLOW

Before you read on, please be aware that the analysis below is my opinion only and may include flawed assumptions and inaccuracy of logic; therefore, caveat emptor applies here.  Furthermore, all emphasis (color-coded, boldness, and underlined) on the excerpts are my own.

Oop! Another down week albeit being a short week. SP-500_weeklyFrom the weekly chart above, the SP500 broke through the 1st support to the downside and is now sitting on the 2nd support which happened to be also the support from the weekly 89 xma (brown dash line).  Giving that the 79 & 89 MAs are very important supports or resistances per my observations, there is a better than 50/50 chance that the SP500 may bounce next week.  Until the 3rd support is taken out and the SP500 drops near the 4th support which is the lower parallel line that contained the multi-years bullish uptrend, the price is still trading inside the bull territory.  The monthly chart below reflected the visual image of what I just described. SP-500_MonthlySee how the two solid green parallel lines contained the multi-years uptrend?  As you can see, until the price drops below the lower green parallel line, the bear is merely making noise inside the bull territory.  But it is better for the bull to take back control sooner rather than later; otherwise, a drop below the green parallel line and the bear may become more influential.

I didn’t do much this week except making a few day trades while holding on to my core positions.

When I think about it, all my long-term core positions ($AEMD, $IBIO, $LRAD, $SOLOW) are relatively unknown.  Nevertheless, I should be thankful for being aware of these stocks.  I like to think (aka my 2 cents) that the time is ripe for these stocks to shine.  If the future is where I think it is going, then these stocks should begin to embark on a long-term trend heading higher every year.  It doesn’t matter if I bought them several years too early or just recently discovered them, it is the simple fact that I own these stocks that guaranteed me a seat when they eventually blast off into the stratosphere.

Below are some quick highlights of why I think my four core positions are heading higher.

$AEMD – Aethlon Medical’s hemopurifier is the discovery of the century.  Not only can it filter out most of the deadly viruses, known and unknown, but it is also now considered to be a strong contender in improving the prognosis of the patients inflicted with metastatic cancer which is responsible for 90% of the cancer deaths according to Aethlon Medical’s recent conference call.  Please see below excerpt from Q2 2019 conference call. AEMD_90%I believe the above statement made by Jim Joyce (CEO of Aethlon Medical) highlighted the KEY reason why the hemopurifier will have a significant contribution to the future treatment of cancer.  Giving enough time, real-life proofs of its effectiveness, as well as efficacy, may elevate the hemopurifier to become the standard of care for all cancer treatments in the future.  Thus, it is my humble opinion that $AEMD is a stock you do not want to let go too quickly for very tempting profit because it can go much much higher in the years ahead.

$IBIO has two significant catalysts that are going to take its stock price to much higher ground.

  • Being the leading supplier of the vital ingredient inside the Aethlon Medical’s hemopurifier mentioned above offers iBIO major revenue streams upon hemopurifier’s success in the cancer treatment area as well as deadly viruses removal treatments.
  • Filing of IND for its lead therapeutic candidate- IBIO-CFB03 for the treatment of systemic scleroderma, idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, and other fibrotic diseases

We could hear something about the two catalysts before the year-end.

$LRAD ‘s superior mass notification technology is why I’m still very long on this stock.  However, its long-range directional acoustic device could become a huge revenue generator if it becomes part of the border wall between the U.S. and Mexico. Some of you pretty much write off the possibility of the wall being built; but giving the current situation with the caravan migrants at the border, any violence clash from here may spur the Congress to approve the border walls to discourage future caravan migrants. (Read the article by clicking on heading “Migrants in Tijuana Run to U.S. Border, but Fall Back in Face of Tear Gas“),

$SOLO – I think the single-seater Solo is the perfect second car for future generations. Think of the future new couple starting a family. The wife will drive the family car to take the kids to school while the spouse will get a Solo to drive to work.  And when the kids are old enough to drive, there is no need to fight for the right to drive the family car, everyone gets a Solo because it is affordable.  Doubters will no doubt say the 3-wheelers ain’t going to sell, but I think they are too “locked up” in the past to see the practicality of a single-seater.  I think Solo is one of those cars that the more people discover it from the early adopters, the more acceptable and desirable it becomes.  Before you know it, Solo is everywhere.

How many of you ever thought of riding a motorcycle  instead of driving the car for short trips but didn’t want to risk our fragile body on a motorcycle?  The Solo is the answer to these people who had thought of a motorcycle but rejected the idea due to safety reason.  When you get into a family car for short trips, it feels like a chore you’ve to do; but when you get into a Solo, it becomes fun.  It’s like getting on a motorcycle without the danger.

Anyway, I’m quite excited about my core positions and is looking forward to their developments.

Thanks to positive price movements on $AEMD, $LRAD, and $SOLOW, my port gained back some this week.

Current positions (in alphabet order):

AEMD  IBIO  LRAD  SOLOW & cash (up 10.3% YTD)

My 2 cents

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