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Super 7 Mid-Year Update

The Pennyheaven Super 7 (2009) had an exceptional first half thanks largly to ZAGG which closed June 30th up a whopping 639% for the year. As an index the Super 7 gained 114% with 4 out of the 7 in the black.

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Pennyheaven Super 7 (2009)

These are our top stock picks for 2009. Once again we are looking for growth. Prices reflect close of business on 12/31/2008. All trade on the OTCBB except AFOP and DVAX which trade on Nasdaq. Nasdaq stocks trading under $1.00 do run the risk of being delisted.

1) Alliance Fiber Optic Products, Inc   AFOP $.64

41,776,011 s/o as of October 31,  2008; 0 preferred s/o.
$23m cash; $937k debt.
9-month revenue up ~20%; 9-month net income .08 v .05

Founded in 1995, Alliance Fiber Optic Products, Inc. designs, manufactures and markets a broad range of high performance fiber optic components and integrated modules. AFOP’s products are used by leading and emerging communications equipment manufacturers to deliver optical networking systems to the long-haul, enterprise, metropolitan and last mile access segments of the communications network. AFOP offers a broad product line of passive optical components, including interconnect systems, couplers and splitters, thin film DWDM components and modules, fixed and variable optical attenuators. AFOP is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California, with manufacturing and product development capabilities in the United States, Taiwan and China. AFOP’s website is located at www.afop.com.

2) Alloy Steel International, Inc.  AYSI $.50

16,950,000 s/o as of December 1, 2008; 0 preferred s/o.
$664k cash; $301k debt.
Year-over-year sales $13,511,458 v. $8,729,644. Year-over-year net income: $2,507,912 or $0.15 per share, for the year ended September 30, 2008, compared to $1,308,865 or $0.08 per share for the year ended September 30, 2007.

Alloy Steel International, Inc., together with its subsidiary, Alloy Steel Australia (Int.) Pty Ltd., engages in the manufacture and distribution of Arcoplate, a wear-resistant alloy overlay wear plate. It offers fused-alloy steel plates for installation and use in structures and machinery that suffer wear and hang-up problems. The company is also developing the 3-D Pipefitting Cladder process. Alloy Steel International’s customer base primarily consists of companies involved in the mining and dredging industries in Australia, the United States, South America, India, Indonesia, Singapore, South Africa, Japan, China, Canada, and Malaysia. The company was founded in 2000 and is based in Malaga, Australia. Web Site: http://www.alloysteel.net

3) Artificial Life, Inc.  ALIF $.915

47,724,132 s/o as of October 29, 2008; 0 preferred s/o.
$2.7m cash; $1.44m debt.
9-month revenue up ~400%; 9-month net income .18 v (-.03)

Artificial Life, Inc. is a public US corporation headquartered in Los Angeles, with its production center in Hong Kong and additional offices in Berlin (EMEA headquarters) and Tokyo. As a leading, full-service provider of mobile broadband 3G technology, mobile participation TV, mobile gaming, content and business applications, Artificial Life provides 2D and 3D multi- and single player rich-media applications for 3G, 3.5G and 4G network-enabled mobile phones. Recognized internationally for outstanding content quality and technology, Artificial Life transcends traditional modes of mobile communications and interactive gaming. For more information, please visit http://www.artificial-life.com or the company’s m-commerce portal at http://www.botme.com.

4) China Sun Group High-Tech Co.  CSGH $.44

53,422,971 s/o as of October 14, 2008; 0 preferred s/o.
$11.09m cash, $0 long-term debt.
3-month rev up ~ 150%; 3-month net income .04/sh v .01/sh

Recent News:
China Sun Group High-Tech Co. Develops New Product ‘Lithium Iron Phosphate’

China Sun Group High-Tech Co., (“China Sun Group”) produces anode materials used in lithium ion batteries. Through its wholly-owned operating subsidiary, Dalian Xinyang High-Tech Development Co. Ltd (“DLX”), the Company primarily produces cobaltosic oxide and lithium cobalt oxide. According to the China Battery Industry Association, DLX has the second largest cobalt series production capacity in the People’s Republic of China. Through its research and development division, DLX owns a proprietary series of nanometer technologies that supply state-of-the-art components for advanced lithium ion batteries. Leveraging its state-of-the-art technology, high-quality product line and scalable production capacity, the Company plans to create a fully integrated supply chain from the primary manufacturing of cobalt ore to finished products, including lithium ion batteries. For more information, visit http://www.china-sun.cn

5) Dynavax Technologies Corporation  DVAX $.84

39,854,265 s/o as of October 31, 2008; 0 preferred s/o.
$64m cash and securities; $0 long-term debt.
9-month revenue up ~ 400%; 9-month net loss (-.60/sh) v (-1.21/sh)

Recent news:
Dynavax ends deal with Merck for Hepatitis B vaccine
Dynavax signs development deal with Glaxo

Dynavax Technologies Corporation, a biopharmaceutical company, discovers, develops, and commercializes Toll-like Receptor 9 (TLR9) agonist-based products to treat and prevent infectious diseases, allergies, cancer, and chronic inflammatory diseases using proprietary approaches that alter immune system responses in specific ways. The company’s TLR9 agonists are based on immunostimulatory sequences (ISS), which are short DNA sequences that enable the immune system to fight disease and control chronic inflammation. Its product candidates include TOLAMBA, a ragweed allergy therapy in Phase II clinical trial; a therapy for metastatic colorectal cancer that is in Phase I clinical trial; and a therapy for hepatitis B in Phase I clinical trial. The company’s preclinical asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) program is partnered with AstraZeneca AB. It has a strategic alliance agreement with GlaxoSmithKline plc to discover, develop, and commercialize novel inhibitors of endosomal Toll-like Receptors for the treatment of immuno-inflammatory diseases. Dynavax Technologies Corporation was founded in 1996 under the name Double Helix Corporation and subsequently changed its name to Dynavax Technologies Corporation. The company is based in Berkeley, California. Web Site: http://www.dynavax.com

6) Heartland, Inc.  HTLJ $.25

41,783,107 s/o as of November 1, 2008; 2.37m preferred s/o.
$856kcash; $1.5m long term debt
9-month rev up ~ 50%; 9-month diluted net income .035/sh v (-.02/sh)

Heartland, Inc., through its subsidiary, Mound Technologies, Inc., engages in the fabrication of structural and miscellaneous steel products. The company offers structural steel, miscellaneous metals, steel stairs, railings, bar joists, and metal decks to general contractors and fabricators in the United States. It also provides erection services. The company was incorporated in 2002 and is headquartered in Middlesboro, Kentucky. Web Site: http://www.heartlandholdingsinc.com

7) ZAGG  Incorporated  ZAGG $.93

19,143,995 s/o as of November 12, 2008; 0 preferred s/o.
950k cash; 24k long-term debt.
9-month revenue up ~ 300%; 9-month net income .05/sh v (-.07/sh)

ZAGG Incorporated designs, manufactures, and distributes protective coverings for consumer electronic and hand-held devices under the brand name invisibleSHIELD primarily in the United States and Europe. Its invisibleSHIELD, a protective film covering designed for iPods, laptops, cell phones, digital cameras, personal digital assistants, MP3 players, watch faces, GPS systems, gaming devices, and other items. The company also offers RockStic portable speaker system designed for Apple iPod and compatible with various digital media players. In addition, it sells accessories for electronics devices, including power cords, chargers, and adapters. In addition, the company offers approximately 2,000 precision pre-cut designs through online channels, resellers, college bookstores, Mac stores, and mail kiosks. ZAGG Incorporated sells its products directly through its Web site, distributors, kiosk vendors in shopping malls and retail centers, and electronics retailers. The company was founded in 2005 and is based in Salt Lake City, Utah. (from stock board – The 4.2 million warrants at 1.20 a share create overhead resistance). Web Site: http://www.ZAGG.com

Pennyheaven Super 7 2008

For those who have been inquiring, yes, I have been working on the next Super 7.  Pennyheaven Super 7 2008 will be published on January 1, 2008.

Pennyheaven Super 7 (2007)

Pennyheaven Super 7 (2007) is now up on the website
http://www.pennyheaven.com/Super7-2007.htm

Good luck to all and Happy New Year!

Super 7 (2006) Performance

The stock market was downright frightful on Friday as the Dow suffered its largest one-day loss since May 2003. Analysts were blaming weak earnings reports and the rising price of oil. Pennyheaven Super 7 however is exhibiting one of its strongest openings since inception. All seven stocks are currently in the black.
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