88 Energy Ltd. (OTCMKTS: EEENF) is an oil & gas play that we first told our subscribers about on March 13th when the stock was just $.015 a share. As you can see from the chart below, EEENF is a fresh play that is just starting to get noticed.
We said that EEENF could turn into a runner after what had just happened with MDM Permian (OTCMKTS: MDMP). MDMP was the top OTC stock mover with a 5 day gain of 2,850%!!
Once MDMP ran, we knew that other oil & gas plays were due to run as well as penny stock investors went looking for the next big runner.
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After crossing a nickel, we see EEENF climbing above a dime, then a quarter, and finally dollars as more drilling results hit the tape.
We see EEENF as being valued at $.60 on the low-end and as high as $6 if you just go by management’s estimates. Independent geologists have said that management has been conservative with its estimates and you could be looking at a share price north of $10 for EEENF.
All we can say is that EEENF is one of the best bets for investors on the OTC Markets. Where else can you pick up a stock that is worth dollars for a nickel? EEENF looks to be the ultimate no-brainer on the OTC Markets. EEENF could easily be the OTC stock of 2021, just like HMBL was in 2020.
As always, good luck to all (except the shorts)!
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