AMRS and OXF are Two Stocks to Own Now, Reports Thestockfather.com
(EMAILWIRE.COM, March 10, 2012 ) Chicago, Illinois - The Stockfather.com (http://www.thestockfather.com) predicts that Amyris Inc. (NasdaqGS: AMRS) is on the verge of a major breakout, after being beaten down to $4.45, from its 52 week high of $32.21.
Short interest of the float is at an amazing 27.30%, meaning when they start to cover, (AMRS) will produce one major short squeeze.
Amyris Inc. could shoot from the $5 range, to the $8 range in a blink of an eye.
Amyris (AMRS) has 56.26 million shares outstanding, and a micro low float of only 24.06 million shares, in which 6.30 million are short.
Gas and oil prices are rising and world leaders, including President Obama, are starting to talk about and are heavily pushing alternative fuels such as biofuel.
(AMRS) is on a three day trend upwards, and we at http://www.thestockfather.com expect the movement to continue going up, until the inevitable mega short squeeze happens.
At the current price of $5.07 a share, The Stockfather believes that (AMRS) is a strong buy.
Oxford Resource Partners (NYSE: OXF) is another stock that definitely is a stock to own.
Oxford Resource Partners (OXF) is not only beaten down too far, but (OXF) is seriously undervalued as well.
Those aren't the only reasons why one should own (OXF), a major factor which many out there don't know is, (OXF) has a dividend rate of 21.20%, it seriously does.
Oxford Resource Partners (OXF) is a $9.05 stock, that pays out $1.75 a year, that is unheard of.
OXF is on an uptrend as well, and looks to be headed back to the $15 range.
AMRS and OXF are destined to be two more winning alerts from Thestockfather.com.
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