Harbor Island Development Trading Higher Ahead Of the Open Looking - Small Cap Watch List: GOFF Corporation, Fannie Mae, OBJ Enterprises, Implant Sciences
LONDON, April 16, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
Shares in Harbor Island Development Corporation traded heavy volume to close trading yesterday on Wall Street with almost 200 million shares exchanging hands on during the day. Harbor Island traded higher by more than 200% and traded almost $10 million on the day ensuring that this name will have much anticipation surrounding it for the rest of the week and into next. Today Harbor Island announced news of a new print contract and that seems to be pushing the shares slightly higher in pre-market action. We sent an email out identifying the increased volume in the stock early yesterday morning and shares are higher by 150% since the press release.
Shares in Goff Corporation have been heavily traded for a number of weeks now and although the volume was lighter yesterday it did trade higher by more than 14% in a volatile day for the stock. The volume was just over $4 million which is considerably lower than we have seen recently, we will keep you updated in the performance of this name. Shares in GOFF Corp are still more than 200% higher than where we first started reporting on the stock.
Recently we have seen bankrupt companies like AMR Corp, Eastman Kodak, Fannie Mae, and Freddie Mac deliver profits from distressed levels that have been substantial for our readers, it just goes to show you that there are plenty of profits to made by trading the OTC market if you are a prudent investor, or you're a member of our free service.
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OBJ Enterprises was the leading price performer of the stocks we covered to close yesterday's trading session. The stock was higher by more than 50% on heavy volume for the stock as more than $1.4 million exchanged hands which were more than 10 times the previous volume, what we look for in any spike in regular activity.
Fannie Mae moved to the upside once more in trading yesterday as we looked at the possibility of the stock surpassing the $1.00 mark once again. Remember we first started covering Fannie Mae at 0.30 cents before it went to $1.50, on the second time around we have been covering since 0.50 cents and has moved almost 100% in around 2 weeks. The stock is currently around the 0.75 cent mark and we will keep an eye on the decreased volume which yesterday was around the $12 million mark.
Implant Sciences Corporation was a name we have featured many times before on the small cap stock focus list due to active volatile trading which traders and readers of our newsletter and normally looking for. Shares in Implant sciences moved 18% to the upside in the markets to close trading on almost $2 million in volume on the trading day.
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