Highly Exchanged Penny Stocks: AEGY, AAMRQ, BMSN, SLIO213 views 2013-01-28 05:21 Tags: Penny stock Small cap Stock Stocks under stocks for recommendations
Alternative Energy Partners Inc (OTCBB:AEGY) remained among the highly exchanged stocks of the OTC-BB market and it traded 16.78 million shares. Its average volume remained 3.85 million shares. The market capitalization of the stock was $209,620 and shares outstanding of the stock were 209.62 million. The prior three-month trend of the stock was in the red as it dropped more than 83%. The preceding 5-year trend was also in the red as it nosedived -99.52%.
AMR Corporation (PINKSHEETS:AAMRQ) was among the volume gaining stocks and gained volume of 4.03 million shares and its average trading ability was 11.09 million shares. Yesterday, the stock dropped -1.41%. The stock started the day at $1.41, stayed in the price range of $1.35 – $1.42 and closed the trading at $1.40. American Airlines has made an announcement that it has entered into a twelve-year agreement with Republic Airways Holdings, intended to supply huge regional jets flying under the American Eagle logo for the first time in the history of the company.
Bio Matrix Scientific Group Inc (PINKSHEETS:BNMS) closed the day at $0.0025 by scoring +8.70%. BMSN was a hot volume gainer in the prior trade and exchanged 97.86 million shares, compared to average trading of 122.98 million. The one-month and 3-month trends of the stock were in the green as it moved up +525% and +38.89%, respectively. BNMS’s wholly owned subsidiary, Regen BioPharma, has made an announcement regarding the publication in a medical journal the scientific basis for its HemaXellerate™ bone marrow failure product.
One more volume gaining giant of the penny stock market was SOLO INTERNATIONAL INC (OTCBB:SLIO), as it gained traders confidence by showing a superb volume of 35.18 million shares, compared to the average volume of 789,290 shares. SLIO surged 10.37% and closed the day at $0.0149.The previous 6-month performance of the stock was down, as it plunged -76.35%.