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What Catalyzed Tree Top Industries Breakout Tuesday?!

Jan. 04, 2011 11:22 PM ET
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Tuesday’s breakout chart for Tree Top Industries (OTCBB: TTII) could likely be an indication of pending news about its announced letter of intent to acquire Jewelry Repair Enterprises.  As seen below, today’s close at 0.11 at 22.2% for the day definitively broke trend and confirmed a bullish break upward.  The end of day volume was very impressive with no “paint job” at the close to give a false appearance of a good gain.  The last trade of the day was for 10,000 shares at the ask of 0.11 to end the day’s trading with a very bullish candle.

In my opinion, TTII has a confirmed breakout chart and will likely trend higher or rocket upward depending on if additional catalysts will be involved.  As always, please do your own due diligence on this stock and ascertain the risk/reward ratio and determine if this stock is appropriate for your level of risk.

Following are a chart of the 3-month's action indicating today's breakout and the last trades of the day today indicating a bullish close and possible catalyst coming soon.


        Price  SizeExchangeTime


  0.11 10000 OBB 15:57:07
  0.105 5000 OBB 15:56:49
  0.11 10000 OBB 15:56:47
  0.105 1000 OBB 15:56:33
  0.105 5000 OBB 15:56:32
  0.104 2700 OBB 15:55:36
  0.105 11000 OBB 15:52:46
  0.099 5000 OBB 15:50:51
  0.105 3000 OBB 15:34:40
  0.105 5000 OBB 15:16:23
  0.10 5000 OBB 15:11:35
  0.097 5000 OBB 15:08:49
  0.097 5000 OBB 15:08:46
  0.097 5000 OBB 15:07:46



TTII Breakout January 4th 2011 

Disclosure: I am long GOOG.

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