Most Active Stocks as The Market Starts The New Year Off on a Bull run!

Jan 03, 2013, 08:30 ET from

NEW YORK, January 3, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

Markets were seen soaring yesterday as a fiscal cliff deal was reached. The DOW closed up 300 points from the previous close as the NSADAQ saw gains of over 3%. Investors realized the importance of yesterday's deal and the markets saw a move that hasn't been seen in weeks. The Stock Freak has a team of well diverse market professionals that has combined experience of over 30 years that today are providing members with a quick research report on 5 companies.

Pfizer Inc (NYSE: PFE) - There was a total of 10 Insider transactions on Dec 28th 2012. The Biggest Trade was from Chairman and CEO Ian Read who purchased 416 shares at a price per share of $24.89 for a total cost of $ 10,354.20

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Keycorp (NYSE: KEY) - On Dec 31st 2012 Kristen Manos Director of Keycorp bought 11,276 shares

World Moto (OTC:FARE)  World Moto has had a big volume week so far. The stock traded over 20 million shares yesterday and closed up 8% from the previous day's closing price.

Amr Corp (OTC:AAMRQ) - American airlines although in Bankruptcy still continues to trade heavy volume. The stock traded over 5 million shares yesterday and closed the day up 8%.

Amarantus Biosciences  (OTC:AMBS) - AMBS had a massive day in volume yesterday trading nearly 10 million shares over its average daily volume. The stock closed up 30% for the first trading day in 2013. Amarantus BioSciences is a development-stage biotechnology company, focuses on the discovery and development of therapeutic proteins and biologics for the treatment of Parkinson's disease.

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