GOFF Corporation Shares Halt The Slide Looking For Follow Through- Top Five
Small Cap Stocks Ahead Of The Bell: Lyon Williams, Acadia Pharmaceutical,
Fannie Mae, AMR Corporation
LONDON, April 12, 2013
LONDON, April 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
Shares in Goff Corporation halted a two day slide in its stock after rising by
more than 8% in trading yesterday on Wall Street. Goff Corp has been lower
for the last two days running by double digits and it did trade higher on
heavy volume of around $5 million so we will stay with the stock to see if we
can see follow through in today's trading. Shares in Goff Corporation have
now moved from 0.12 cents to the current price of $0.29 over the last month
giving out potential gains of over 200% in the trade.GOFF Corp was the one of
the heaviest traded stocks in the OTC market on Thursday.
ACADIA Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ: ACAD) shot up over 64% to close at $13.10
after the company announced it had received an expedited FDA review path for
its lead drug. The volume was huge in shares of the stock which was one of
the heaviest traded and best price performers on the street in yesterday's
Recently we have seen bankrupt companies like AMR Corp, Eastman Kodak, Fannie
Mae, and Freddie Mac deliver profits from distressed levels that have been
substantial for our readers, it just goes to show you that there are plenty of
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Lyon Williams managed to follow through on its 16% higher day the previous
trading day with another day in the green on Thursday. The volume did drop
off a little in shares of Lyon Williams but still traded a substantial $7
million and was slightly higher on the trading day.
Shares in AMR Corporation seemed to be back in play yesterday after it traded
more volume than any other name on the OTC market. AMR Corp is a name we have
covered all the way from 0.60 cents to the mid $4.00 range. Shares have
recently traded back to the low $3.00 range and yesterday was the first day in
a while we have seen the stock trade higher on heavy volume which could be a
chance to trade. The stock traded over $23 million ahead of the bell in
Shares of Fannie Mae's amazing run to the upside from very low levels seemed
to come to an end last week after the stock failed to get through the key
$1.00 mark to close trading. The stock closed lower by 7% on the day with a
heavily traded $20 million; however this was much lower than we have seen over
the last week. Considering the volume has continued to trickle down we
believe the same will be true of the share price which should be lower again
through this week or flat at best in our opinion. Remember we first started
covering Fannie Mae at 0.30 cents before it went to $1.50, on the second time
around we have been covering since 0.50 cents and has moved almost 100% in
around 2 weeks.
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