StockGuru Spotlights October 17, 2011: OSPW with Market Cap of $132M Making Run Up; SCIO Up As Much As 52%, CMXI Up 74% and On Fire

StockGuru Spotlights  October 17,  2011: OSPW with Market Cap of $132M Making Run Up; SCIO Up As Much As 52%, CMXI Up 74% and On Fire

StockGuru Spotlights

October 17,  2011

LIQT, IWEB, ATTH, IBTGF, BETM, ACCP CLTT

Dear Members:

These Spotlights have made tremendous moves. As you can see, StockGuru brings you the very stocks you want on your radar, in your portfolio and to trade.

StockGuru Spotlight Spotlight Price Symbol High Up As Much As Market Cap
August 8, 2011 $1.73 MMED $3.50 102% $27.57M
August 23, 2011 $0.20 ACCM $0.42 110% $12.48M
August 22, 2011 $0.38 PGSI $0.80 111% $33.77M
August 2, 2011 $0.38 CMXI $0.66 74% $34.42M
September 25, 2011 $2.50 SCIO $3.79 52% $24.26M
October 11, 2011 $0.75 QSPW $0.90 20% $132.29M

Quantum Solar Power Corp.  (OTCBB: QSPW) announced on October 10, 2011,  that it has issued 1,974,000 shares of its common stock at a price of $1.00 per share for total proceeds of $1,974,000 to “non-U.S. Persons” as contemplated under Regulation S of the United States Securities Act.  This issuance represents a portion of Quantum’s previously announced $3,000,000 foreign private placement offering. Following issuance of the shares, Quantum elected to terminate the balance of the foreign private placement offering. Quantum will use the net proceeds from this private placement offering to further develop its NGD(TM) Technology and for working capital purposes.

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