Top Five New Year Stock Reports: Wells Fargo & Company, Alcoa Inc, World Moto, Amr Corporation, USA Graphite Inc.

02 Jan, 2013, 08:30 ET from www.thestockfreak.com

NEW YORK, January 2, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

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Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE: WFC) - On Dec 20th 2012 Judith Runstad Director of Wells Fargo & Company bought 7,840 shares for a price per share of $28.20 for a total cost of $ 221,049.00.

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Alcoa Inc (NYSE: AA) - On Dec 21st 2012 there was a total of 7-insider transactions, the biggest being Klaus Klenfeld Chairman and CEO of Alcoa Inc who bought 839 shares for a price per share of $8.58 for the total cost of $7,198.62

World Moto (OTC:FARE) World Moto still continues to lead the OTCQB for the most traded stock on the exchange. The company announced on Friday that "Spain's Premier motorcycle taxi service, Moto-city brings the moto-meter to Europe". The stock traded over 23 million shares on Monday and closed up 10% from its previous closing price.

Amr Corp (OTC:AAMRQ) - American Airlines 52 week range has been from $.20-$3.10. The stock traded just under 2.5 million shares on Monday with the closing price of $ 0.795. Just slightly up from last week's closing price.

USA Graphite Inc (OTC:USGT) - USGT has been a fairly active stock on the OTC markets. The stock on Monday traded over 2 million shares and closed at $0.78 representing a 2% from the pervious close.

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