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Best Penny Stocks to Buy Today? 3 That Climbed in Premarket

Which penny stocks are you watching today?
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3 Premarket Gaining Penny Stocks to Watch Right Now 

With blue chips and penny stocks climbing slightly during premarket, investors are excited about the future. The recent movement could be due to the better-than-expected CPI news from last month. Prior to this, we were witnessing major stock market volatility with prices gapping up and down substantially in any given trading day. 

So, while we’re are no where near being out of the woods yet in terms of price fluctuations, the gains of the past few days are a welcomed sign. With penny stocks, we have to understand that large economic factors will continue to play a major role in how they trade. And because of this, it is crucial to consider what will shift in the market moving forward. 

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Right now, many investors believe that 2022 could be a positive year for the stock market. This was echoed by finance mogul, Jamie Dimon, who stated a few days ago that the stock market could see new highs this year. While there is more unknown than known right now, the positivity being echoed around penny stocks is encouraging. So, with all of this in mind, let’s take a look at three penny stocks that climbed during premarket trading today. 

3 Penny Stocks That Climbed During Premarket Trading 

  1. OLB Group Inc. (NASDAQ: OLB
  3. Puma Biotechnology Inc. (NASDAQ: PBYI

OLB Group Inc. (NASDAQ: OLB) 

During premarket trading, shares of OLB stock shot up by over 8.8% to $2.47 per share. Despite a one year drop of roughly 56%, we are witnessing a small bullish turnaround with OLB Group right now. So, what does the company do and why are shares up right now? 

Well, the big news from OLB comes as it announced the potential delivery of an additional 400 Antminer S19K Pro cryptocurrency mining machines this month. The company states that it should be able to produce roughly $1 million in monthly revenue when its 1,000 miners are fully deployed and operational. 

“Upon delivery of all the machines, these 400 Antminer will bring our total cryptocurrency mining machine count to 1,000. We expect to be periodically ordering additional machines on an ongoing basis.” 

The CEO of OLB Group, Ronny Yakov

While cryptocurrency has crashed in the past few weeks, over the last few days, we’ve seen the market return to its bullish nature. Outside of this, OLB operates in eCommerce as a Fintech company. It provides Bitcoin mining, cloud services, customer service, sales reporting, and much more. So, as a potentially diversified play with exposure to the cryptocurrency industry, many investors are keeping an eye on the company. But, whether it deserves a spot on your list of penny stocks to watch is up to you. 


Up by around 14% in premarket trading are shares of BTCS stock. While this may seem like a lot, shares of the tech company have shot up by a staggering 85% in the past five days. Before we get into why shares are climbing today, it’s worth looking at what BTCS does. BTCS Inc. is a tech company working in the field of blockchain and digital assets. 

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The company claims that it is the first pure-play U.S. publicly traded company to focus on blockchain tech. Today, BTCS announced that it has added Algorand to its staking operations. The Algorand blockchain allows for asset development, smart contracts, atomic swaps and more. 

“More than 500 global organizations leverage Algorand’s technology – from university partners (MIT, UC Berkeley, Peking University), to ecosystem players (Orion Protocol, Chainalysis, Hummingbot), to key stakeholders (Union Square Ventures, Cumberland Advisors), to government enterprises (Marshall Islands). Given this, we believe ALGO is a great addition to our blockchain infrastructure efforts.” 

The COO of BTCS, Michal Handerhan

This is very exciting news, especially considering the rising price of cryptocurrency right now. With this in mind, will BTCS be on your penny stocks watchlist moving forward?


Puma Biotechnology Inc. (NASDAQ: PBYI) 

Moving out of the tech industry, we see Puma Biotechnology. Puma Biotech is a company focused on the development and commercialization of products used to fight cancer. This includes PB272, PB357, and many more. Yesterday, the company announced that the National Comprehensive Cancer Network or NCCN has included two important changes to its Clinical Practice Guidelines in Oncology for treating breast cancer in 2022. The changes involve its compound NERLYNX or neratinib. 

“The NCCN guidelines are utilized by many institutions, practices and clinicians who treat breast cancer patients. These updates help to increase the awareness of neratinib within the guidelines and should further support neratinib as an appropriate option to reduce the risk of recurrence for patients battling HER2-positive breast cancer.”

The CEO of Puma Biotechnology, Alan H. Auerbach

Right now and over the past two years, there has been a major emphasis on biotech penny stocks. While PBYI is not working on anything related to Covid right now, the company is seeing heightened popularity in 2022. With its sizable gain during premarket trading today, do you think that PBYI stock is worth buying right now or not?


Which Penny Stocks Are You Watching Right Now?

If you’re looking for the best penny stocks to buy in 2022, there are hundreds of options to choose from. But, to stay ahead of the game, investors need to have a thorough and consistent understanding of what’s going on in the stock market. Right now, the main contributing factor to market movement is the pandemic and specifically, the Omicron variant. 

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While hope for the end of the pandemic has been on the rise, we’ve also seen a sharp uptick in case numbers over the last few weeks. In addition to this, the economic state of the U.S. with factors such as inflation, unemployment, and interest rates, is also important to consider. So, while investing in 2022 is not easy, making money with penny stocks is possible. Considering all of this, which penny stocks are you watching right now?

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Boeing Jumps On First Positive Cash Flow Since 2019 Despite Another Huge 787 Charge

Boeing Jumps On First Positive Cash Flow Since 2019 Despite Another Huge 787 Charge

It was another painful quarter for Boeing, which reported revenue and earnings both of which missed expectation amid mounting 787 Dreamliner losses which…



Boeing Jumps On First Positive Cash Flow Since 2019 Despite Another Huge 787 Charge

It was another painful quarter for Boeing, which reported revenue and earnings both of which missed expectation amid mounting 787 Dreamliner losses which amounted to another $3.5 billion in pre-tax non-cash charge s (focused on actions required to resume deliveries) however a surprise boost in 737 Max output from 19 to 26 per month was welcome news as was the unexpected end of the company's chronic cash burn as Boeing reported its first positive free cash flow since early 2019.

First, this is what Boeing reported for Q4:

  • Revenue $14.79 billion, -3.2% q/q, -3.3% y/y, missing estimates $16.67 billion (Bloomberg Consensus)
  • Core loss per share of ($7.69), on the continued Dreamliner charges, which was an "improvement" from the whopping ($15.25) reported but clearly missed estimates of (0.42).

If the massive Q4 charge was not enough, Boeing now sees 787-Related abnormal costs about $2B, above from the $1BN it had seen previously. The company said that it continues to perform rework on 787 in inventory and is focused on actions required to resume 787 deliveries.

Remarkably, as the following table from Boeing's earnings release shows, pretty much every Y/Y comparison is NM, which should tell you all you need to know about the company's headline financials.

And a prettier rendering:

Looking at revenue we get the following disappointing picture:

  • Commercial Airplanes revenue $4.75 billion, +0.5% y/y, missing estimates $5.50 billion
  • Defense, Space & Security revenue $5.86 billion, -14% y/y, missing estimate $6.85 billion
  • Global Services revenue $4.29 billion, +15% y/y, beating estimate $4.18 billion
  • Boeing Capital operating earnings $7 million, missing the estimate $24.4 million
  • Total commercial planes deliveries 99, +68% y/y, missing the estimate 102.36
  • Backlog $377 billion, +3.9% y/y

Adding insult to injury, the planemaker reported $5.5 billion in total costs to cover rising factory and customer expenses for the Dreamliner. Boeing took write-offs on the KC-46 aerial tanker and the global services division as well. As Bloomberg notes,
the 787 program’s profits have been wiped out as Boeing pays airlines for service they’ve lost because of delivery disruptions. The company hasn’t handed over any Dreamliners since June as it addresses structural imperfections on the roughly 100 aircraft in its system.

“This effort continues to impact our deliveries and our financial results -- but we are fully confident it is the right thing to do,” Calhoun’s memo said. “I view the financial impacts of this work as a long-term investment in a program that has significant runway ahead.”

It wasn't all bad news, however, as Boeing announced it is hiking the output of the 737 to 26 jets a month, up from 19 in October, Chief Executive Officer Dave Calhoun said in a note to employees. That was taken by the market as a sign the planemaker may be turning around its operations after burning through more than $31 billion during a nearly three-year-long slump marked by the Max’s grounding, the Covid-19 pandemic and a spate of quality lapses.

Looking ahead, Boeing said it still expects passenger traffic to return to 2019 levels in 2023 to 2024, and said that commercial recovery is broadening as regional dynamics continue to evolve driven by COVID-19. It also said says increasing 777/777X production rate to 3 per month in 2022.

But the biggest positive surprise was the company's announcement that in Q4, it generated $494 million in fourth-quarter free cash flow, up from a cash burn of over $4.2 billion a year ago; analysts had expected an outflow of about $1 billion.

This was the first positive FCF from Boeing since Q1 2019. It also meant that operating cash flow of $716 million as beat estimates of negative $429.0 million and was far above the negative $4.01 billion reported a year ago.

"2021 was a rebuilding year for us as we overcame hurdles and reached key milestones across our commercial, defense and services portfolios. We increased 737 MAX production and deliveries, and safely returned the 737 MAX to service in nearly all global markets. As the commercial market recovery gained traction, we also generated robust commercial orders, including record freighter sales. Demonstrating progress in our overall recovery, we also returned to generating positive cash flow in the fourth quarter," said David Calhoun, Boeing President and Chief Executive Officer.

"On the 787 program, we're progressing through a comprehensive effort to ensure every airplane in our production system conforms to our exacting specifications. While this continues to impact our near-term results, it is the right approach to building stability and predictability as demand returns for the long term. Across the enterprise, we remain focused on safety and quality as we deliver for our customers and invest in our people and in our sustainable future."

Also notably, the company which has been flirting with junk status for the past two years, managed to reduce its gross debt load again, even if its net debt remained unchanged as the entire reduction came at the expense of cash on hand.

Boeing shares ignored the latest huge 787 charge and operating loss and instead focused on the positive free cash flow and improvement in 737 MAX output, and rose 2% premarket. The shares gained 1.4% this year through Tuesday, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 5.6%.

Benchmark called Q4 a “kitchen sink” quarter, and noted that the Max production schedule was progressing, which is the main focus for analysts and investors. 

The company's Q4 investor presentation is below (pdf link)

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Stock Market Today: Dow Jones, S&P 500 Rebounds; Microsoft Rebounds Ahead Of FOMC Meeting

Investors are eagerly waiting for the Federal Reserve policy-setting meeting.
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Stock Market Today Mid-Morning Updates

On Wednesday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average is up by 380 points after yet another steep decline yesterday. Investors are anticipating the Federal Reserve’s press conference about its tightening plans after its two-day Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting. This is in the hopes that the Fed will reassure the markets on its outlook for monetary policy. Anticipation over a pullback in Federal Reserve stimulus has left the stock market in a volatile state.

It also sets the stage for the central bank policy-setting meeting this week. Although the Fed has signaled that it will likely raise rates multiple times this year, the first post-pandemic rate increase is not expected this week. Instead, the FOMC policy-setting will outline the higher rates coming in its March meeting. “It really is time for us to begin to move away from those emergency pandemic settings to a more normal level,” Fed Chairman Jerome Powell told Congress two weeks ago, adding that “2022 will be the year in which we take steps toward normalization.”

Among the Dow Jones leaders, shares of Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) are up 1.24% today while Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) is also up by 4.69%. Home Depot (NYSE: HD) and Nike (NYSE: NKE) ticked higher on Wednesday as well. Among the Dow financial leaders, Visa (NYSE: V) and Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS) are trading higher at 2.66% and 2.08% respectively.

Shares of electric vehicle (EV) leader Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) are up by 3.06% on Wednesday. Rival EV companies like Rivian (NASDAQ: RIVN) and Lucid Group (NASDAQ: LCID) are also up by 4.45% and 0.28% today. Chinese EV leaders like Li Auto (NASDAQ: LI) and Xpeng Motors (NYSE: XPEV) are also trading higher at 3.26% and 2.34% respectively.

Dow Jones Today: Indicators Could Point To A March Interest Rate Hike

Following the stock market opening on Wednesday, the S&P 500, Dow Jones, and Nasdaq are trading 1.80%, 1.36%, and 2.31% higher. Among exchange-traded funds, the Nasdaq 100 tracker Invesco QQQ Trust (NASDAQ: QQQ) is up by 2.05% on Wednesday, while the SPDR S&P 500 ETF (NYSEARCA: SPY) is also up by 1.77%.

The 10-year Treasury yield dipped to around 1.77% early on Wednesday after the benchmark yield topped 1.9% highs since January 2020. With inflation persisting over the last few months, how the Fed plans to further combat it will be the focus of investors today as the central bank releases its policy statement at 2:00 p.m. ET. Chairman Jerome Powell will hold his post-meeting news conference at 2:30 p.m. ET.

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U.S. Auto Sales Expected To Dip In January

Today, consultants J.D. Power and LMC Automotive say that U.S. auto retail sales are expected to dip. This is due to reduced manufacturing from the Omicron variant, supply chain constraints, and global inflation that caused prices to soar amid high demand. They expect retail sales of new vehicles to fall 8.3% to 828,900 units from a year earlier.

The volume of new vehicles being delivered to dealerships in January has been insufficient to meet strong consumer demand, resulting in a significantly diminished sales pace,” said Thomas King, president of the data and analytics division at J.D. Powers. With consumer demand skyrocketing in recent months, new vehicle prices could continue to go up.

Boeing Posts Positive Cash Flow Despite Massive Miss On Earnings Estimates

On the earnings front today, we have Boeing (NYSE: BA) reporting in. To begin with, the aerospace giant posted a loss per share of $7.69 on revenue of $14.8 billion. Now, at face value, some would argue that these figures are less-than-desirable. For some perspective, this is versus Wall Street’s estimates of a loss of $0.42 a share on revenue of $16.59 billion. All of this adds up to make for Boeing’s third annual loss in a row amidst pandemic and production problems. For this quarter, its losses are likely due to Boeing taking a $3.5 billion charge on its 787 Dreamliners. This charge would be from production issues preventing the firm from delivering aircraft for the past 15 months. 

However, there is one positive point from this earnings call. That is, Boeing was able to generate a positive cash flow in its latest quarter. Notably, this is a major milestone for the firm as the last time it did so was before the pandemic. According to Boeing, a key growth driver contributing to this would be the deliveries of its 737 Max airliner. As demand for air travel did pick up over the previous quarter, this is not all that surprising.

According to CEO David Calhoun, the company sees 2021 as a “key rebuilding year.” Following this, Calhoun says, “I am confident that we are well-positioned to accelerate our progress in 2022 and beyond.” The real question now is whether investors should jump on BA stock which is trading lower by 1.28% today.

BA stock chart
Source: TD Ameritrade TOS

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Microsoft Shares Jump On Earnings Beat And Notable Strength In Cloud Business

At the same time, Microsoft seems to be on the other end of the spectrum from Boeing. In its latest quarterly earnings update yesterday, the company saw green across the board. Namely, it raked in a total revenue of $51.73 billion for the quarter, topping estimates of $50.88 billion.

This would indicate a record high for Microsoft alongside it crossing the $50 billion revenue mark for the first time. Also, the leading productivity software firm posted an earnings per share of $2.48, beating forecasts of $2.31. In terms of year-over-year comparisons, revenue and net income increased by 20% and 21% respectively. As a result of all this, MSFT stock is currently trading higher by 4.69% today.

More importantly, according to CFO Amy Hood, the company has and continues to see strength across its core services. Among its top-performing divisions would be its cloud computing arm, Microsoft Azure. The likes of which posted a revenue jump of 46% year-over-year. After considering all of this, investors appear to be keen on MSFT stock now. Even Dan Ives, managing director at Wedbush Securities says, “We’re buyers here all day long,” referring to the company’s shares.

Microsoft (MSFT) earnings
Source: TD Ameritrade

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First Helium Licenses Second Exploration Well at Worsley

TSXV: HELI   FRA: 2MC Drilling of the "4-29" Well Planned for Mid-February First Helium Inc. ("First Helium" or the "Company") (TSXV: HELI) (FRA: 2MC), today announced that it has received its license from the Alberta Energy Regulator ("AER")…




Drilling of the "4-29" Well Planned for Mid-February

First Helium Inc. ("First Helium" or the "Company") (TSXV: HELI) (FRA: 2MC), today announced that it has received its license from the Alberta Energy Regulator ("AER") to drill its second exploration well, the " 4-29 ", which is located on First Helium's 100% owned, 79,000 acre Worsley landholdings in Northern Alberta, Canada . The Company expects to begin drilling operations in mid-February, 2022.

"Identified by a comprehensive 3D seismic study, the "4-29" well location at Worsley will be drilled as a follow up to our successful 1-30 well, targeting multiple helium gas horizons and potential oil accumulations," said Ed Bereznicki , President & CEO of First Helium. "Drilling 4-29 is an opportunity to build on the strong results from the 15-25 and 1-30 discovery wells, which collectively represent significant growth potential and underlying asset value to First Helium shareholders."

The 4-29 well is located near the Company's 1-30 light oil discovery well, and approximately 3 km SE of the 15-25 helium well on the core Worsley Property. A geologic and seismic review of the region suggests that like the 1-30 and 15-25, the 4-29 prospect presents as a structural high on the Leduc Reef Complex.

The 1-30 light oil discovery well tested at approximately 419 barrels of 35 degree API light oil over 3 days and is expected to be brought on-stream in early February at approximately 400 barrels per day.

The 15-25 was most recently tested last month to contain 1.3% helium content based on a 10-day flow period at 2 million cubic feet per day of raw gas. The raw gas stream is comprised of approximately 65% natural gas, which will be produced along with the helium gas, sold to market and also used to generate power for facility operations.

The 1-30 Leduc well was drilled based on a detailed 3D seismic evaluation of the Worsley Property.  The results confirm the Company's geologic model for the area.  Based on the Company's assessment of economic Leduc wells along the Worsley Trend, approximately 20% have been light oil producers, the balance have been natural gas producers containing potential economic helium content.  A detailed geological and geophysical evaluation of the Company's lands in the vicinity of the 15-25 well, the 1-30 well, and along the broader Worsley Trend has yielded additional compelling drill targets.  First Helium will incorporate the results from the drilling and testing of the 4-29 well to strategically pursue new drilling locations across the highly prospective, 90 km wide Worsley Trend.

ABOUT First Helium

Led by a core Senior Executive Team with extensive backgrounds in Oil & Gas Exploration and Operations, Mining, Finance, Capital Markets and public junior growth companies, First Helium seeks to be one of the leading independent providers of helium gas in North America .

Building on its successful 15-25 helium discovery well at the Worsley project, the Company has identified numerous follow-up drill locations and acquired an expansive infrastructure system to facilitate future exploration and development of helium across its Worsley land base.  Future cash flow from its successful 1-30 oil well at Worsley , anticipated to begin in Q1 2022, will help support First Helium's ongoing helium exploration and development growth strategy.

First Helium holds over 79,000 acres along the highly prospective Worsley Trend in Northern Alberta , and 276,000 acres in the Southern Alberta Helium Fairway, near existing helium production.  In addition to continuing its ongoing exploration and development drilling at Worsley , the Company has identified a number of high impact helium exploration targets on the prospective Southern Alberta Helium Fairway lands to set up a second core exploration growth area for the Company.

For more information about the Company, please visit .


Edward J. Bereznicki
President, CEO and Director

Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.


This news release contains certain statements or disclosures relating to First Helium that are based on the expectations of its management as well as assumptions made by and information currently available to First Helium which may constitute forward-looking statements or information ("forward-looking statements") under applicable securities laws. All such statements and disclosures, other than those of historical fact, which address activities, events, outcomes, results, or developments that First Helium anticipates or expects may or will occur in the future (in whole or in part) should be considered forward-looking statements. In some cases, forward-looking statements can be identified by the use of the words "expect", "will" and similar expressions. In particular, but without limiting the foregoing, this news release contains forward-looking statements pertaining to the timing and rate of production of the 1-30 discovery well; the timing of the completion of the construction and commissioning of an oil battery at 1-30; anticipated cash flows; the entering into of off-take marketing arrangements; the use of funds and the Company's strategy. The forward-looking statements contained in this news release reflect several material factors and expectations and assumptions of First Helium including, without limitation: that First Helium will continue to conduct its operations in a manner consistent with past operations; the general continuance of current or, where applicable, assumed industry conditions; availability of debt and/or equity sources to fund First Helium's capital and operating requirements as needed; and certain cost assumptions.

Forward-looking statements are based on estimates and opinions of management at the date the statements are made and are subject to risks, uncertainties and assumptions, including those set out in the Final Prospectus dated June 28, 2021 and filed under the Company's profile on SEDAR at .  Readers are cautioned that actual results may vary materially from the forward-looking statements made in this news release. Risks that could cause actual events or results to differ materially from those projected in forward-looking statements include, but are not limited to, risks associated with the oil and gas industry; the ability of First Helium to fund the capital and operating expenses necessary to achieve its business objectives; the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the business and operations of First Helium; the state of financial markets; increased costs and physical risks relating to climate change; loss of key employees and those risks described in the Final Prospectus dated June 28 , 2021.  First Helium does not undertake any obligation to update forward looking statements, except as required by applicable securities laws. Investors should not place undue reliance on forward-looking statements.

SOURCE First Helium Inc.

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