Trading Into The Fiscal Cliff: AT&T inc, Cisco Systems Inc, World Moto, Cellceutix Corp, USA Graphite Inc.

Dec 31, 2012, 08:30 ET from www.TheStockFreak.com

NEW YORK, December 31, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

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AT&T Inc  (NYSE: T) - On Dec 26th 2012 John Stephens Sr. Exec VP and CFO of AT&T inc bought 147,602 shares. The stock traded over 20 million shares on Friday with the HOD being $ 33.63 to finish off the day down 1% with the closing price of $33.32

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Cisco Systems (NASDAQ: CSCO) - On Dec 18th Katherine Christie SVP and Chief Marketing Officer of Cisco systems Inc, sold 19,004 shares at a price per share of $20.25 for a total sum of $ 384,831.00.

World Moto (OTC:FARE) World Moto continues to be one of the most liquid stocks in the OTC markets. On Friday the stock traded over 37 million shares closing at $0.1585 up 30% from its previous close.

Cellceutix Corp (OTC:CTIX) - CTIX had a massive volume day on Friday as  it was the second most traded stock on the OTCQB. The stock traded over 2 million shares and closed the day at 1.73 representing a loss of -27%.

USA Graphite Inc (OTC:USGT) - Latest news for UGST was on Dec 5th when the company announced that it has signed a LOI to purchase the Gordon Creek Graphite property. The Stock saw above average volume on Friday as it traded just under 3 ½ million shares. The stock closed at $ 0.76 representing a gain of 1% from its previous close.

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