Trading Into 2013: Zynga Inc, General Electric, World Moto, Mediswipe, Advanced Cell Tech.
NEW YORK, January 7, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
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Zynga Inc (NASDAQ: ZNGA) - Zynga had an above average volume day on Friday as the stock traded over 36 million shares to close at $ 2.63 representing a gain of 9% from its previous close. On Jan 1st 2013 Reginald Davis, Senior VP, GC, Secretary of Zynga Inc bought 1,666 shares.
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General Electric (NYSE: GE) - There was a total of 3 insider transactions on Jan 2nd the biggest being from Director John J. Bernnan, who bought 2949 at a price per share of $21.20 for the total sum of $ 62,518.80
World Moto (OTC:FARE) - The company released news on Friday stating that "Fast company.com has referred the Moto-meter as a 3 billion dollar idea" The companies CEO Paul Giles go on to say that " $3 billion is just the beginning of the industry World Moto can penetrate". The stock traded over 40 million shares on Friday closing up 13%.
Advanced Cell Tech (OTC:ACTC) - ACTC traded more than double its average volume on Friday. The stock traded just under 26 million shares closing up 31% on the day.
Mediswipe Inc (OTC:MWIP) - The Company has been very active Last week announcing that the headquarters would be moving to Michigan as the Marijuana laws are less strict. Mediswipe Formally known as Cannabis medical solutions still engages in medical marijuana. The stock traded over 45 million shares on Friday and closed at $0.0289
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