NEW YORK, January 9, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
Earnings season started off this week with the markets responding with bearish sentiment the DOW fell 50 points yesterday as the S&P fell 4 points. Aloca Inc (NYSE:AA) was one of the most active stocks on the NYSE reporting a profit yesterday of 21 cents a share compared with a year earlier loss of 18 cents a share. On Jan 2nd 2013 Arthur Collins, Director of AA, bought 6197 shares at a price per share of $ 8.91 for the total cost of $ 55,246.30.
Advanced Micro Devices (NYSE:AMD) - On Jan 2nd 2013 Craig Conway, Director of Advanced Micro Devices, sold 1,000 shares at a price per share of $2.56 for the total sum of $ 2,560.00.
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World Moto (OTC:FARE) - World Moto yesterday saw big volume but also saw a big drop in share price as investors seem to have collected profits on the last week's bull run. The stock traded over 70 million shares but closed the day down 40%.
Mediswipe Inc (OTC:MWIP) - Mediswipe Inc had a huge day in volume yesterday but the stock lost some of its traction as it closed down 10%. The stock traded over 50 million shares but couldn't shake the bearish gloom that was felt throughout the DOW yesterday.
USA Graphite Inc (OTC:USGT) - USA Graphite Inc was up in a down market. The stock traded just under 3 ½ million shares and ended the day up 3% at $0.94.
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