American Intl Group, Inc. (AIG) – Shares of American Intl Group, Inc. pulled back below $36 on Thursday but held $35 support. boutiques near me s to Watch for Daytrading – Somaxon Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (SOMX) – Coldwater Creek Inc. (CWTR) – YRC Worldwide Inc. (YRCW) – Ambac Financial Group, Inc. (ABK) – Samson Oil & Gas Limited (SSN) – DryShips, Inc. (DRYS) – Allied Irish Banks plc (AIB) – Bank of Ireland (IRE) – BSD Medical Corp. stocks to Watch for Daytrading – BSD Medical Corp. stocks to Watch for Daytrading – Wave Systems Corp. We know that day trading stocks with momentum is not the only way to make money investing online in stock market. Below is a list of stocks that are worth watching for August 23, 2010. Also, check out some of the biggest stock gainers of the Day. Penny stocks are not stocks for the blackout of heart. Saskatchewan, Inc. dropped back below $150 as more and more companies are now looking at the company. The company’s financial success drove a 1.8% boost to its gross margin to 25.5% year over year, and its adjusted earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) more than doubled to $5.5 million also year over year.
Ambac Financial Group, Inc. (ABK) – ABK soared Wednesday after reporting better then expected earnings. Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. (GS) – Shares of Goldman Sachs Group dropped below $145 Tuesday and continues to be a buy. FAS held the $17.40-$17.50 support level on Tuesday and then produced a nice bounce in the lower $18’s. STEM has resistance located at $1.07, if the stock pops above this level with volume, I think it can move up towards $1.19 again. Resistance on the upside is now $18.28. Resistance is now located at $19.20. Potash now has support located around $147-$148 but no major resistance until $154 & $160. “Breakeven rates and curve spreads have broken out from major bottoms. Below is a list of stocks that are worth watching for August 25, 2010. Also, check out some of the biggest stock gainers of the Day. So, it is important to identify the stocks of companies which pay greater dividends.