December 21, 2011 10:00 ET

Clubpennystocks Volume WatchList: ALZM (Allezoe Medical), DROP (Fuse Science), SPAH (Spectrum Acquisition), ABOT (Abot Mining), NVIV (InVivo Therapeutics), AMWI (Amwest), and NOKBF (Nokia Corp)

LONDON, ENGLAND--(Marketwire - Dec. 21, 2011) - The US leader in micro cap alerts offers its high quality stocks alert newsletter to investors looking for the best picks around!

Please note that this is a volume watchlist. Many of the stocks we have featured this week have gone up substantially so be very careful and do your research… for example ALZM was up 250% yesterday. AMWI, ABOT, and SPAH all seem to be in downtrends in the last couple of trading days.

Going into the end of the year we believe Big Cap Technology stocks could outperform. Step away from the old 4 horsemen…INTC, MSFT, DELL, IBM, and enter AAPL, IBM, QCOM, EMC… there is a good chance the 'Old Guard' will underperform this market with the new kids on the block outperforming as we have seen over the last 12 months.

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Some people were asking last week. Is ALZM a scam? We certainly are sceptical of anything up over 200% in one trading day!!

The question on most people's mind is who is next to default? Italy, Spain, Greece, Germany, or even the United States. Our team specializes in finding companies ripe for a profitable turnaround or a profitable run, and today announces six stocks to watch that just had a big spike in volume:

Abot Mining (ABOT)

Amwest Imaging Inc. (AMWI)

Fuse Science (DROP)

Advanced Cell Tech (ACTC)

Generex Biotech (GNBT)

As our subscribers know, timing is absolutely critical when buying stocks. The stocks you buy are not as important as WHEN you buy.

This is the straightforward philosophy that drives Clubpennystocks in our search for the most promising and overlooked micro caps on the market today. Netflix, (NFLX) started as a small microcap firm before it returned huge for investors. The company has some big issues ahead with the introduction of streaming video and big competition from the likes of Amazon (AMZN), and Wal-Mart (WMT) and that's why we believe this stock will probably go lower in the future even after its recent drop.

Apple (AAPL) was undervalued many years ago, now it's the biggest company in the world and about to launch the new iPhone 5. Never has an electronics, tech firm been so cool... yet at the same time the largest company in the world by market cap. Wait till they start buying these products in China where currently Nokia (NOKBF) is the number 1 player. This is just one of the early alerts in the big cap stock arena we offer.

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Small cap alerts are what we specialize in but we try and keep you up to date if an S&P500 name like AAPL should be on your radar.

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