Just wanted to get peoples thoughts on daytrading penny stocks IN ADDITION TO any other system one may have. I'm refering to days where there is huge volume like 30-40 Mill in the first couple hours. What I see every couple months is a penny stock opens up around 30-50%, levels off (does not start trending down) and then surges another 50% or so after lunch, there should not be a problem entering or exiting the trade due to the fact that these stocks end up trading 100-200 million shares by the end of the day. I just feel that it is too potentially lucrative to pass up. Sure there are penny stocks that open up big on big volume all the time, but the difference is that the volume dries up and they fizzle out through out the day. The key to the potential winners are the volume stays strong all day and there is a leveling off period from 10 till about 1 or 2, straigh line, not a crazy volitile looking chart. I'm always on the look out for this pattern. Examples from the past few months: RBAK, BCON, WAVX, GOAM.