Posts Tagged ‘alternative energy stocks’

RAPT roars, GERS gets going, CHYU retreats

Wednesday, February 9th, 2011

Raptor Technology Group Inc. (OTCBB: RAPT) proved it’s far from extinct, leaping 116.1% Wednesday to 60.5 cents, on volume of 12.3 million shares, trouncing its usual volume around 250,000, after signing a long-term agreement for mineral recovery.

Greenshift Corp. (OTCBB: GERS) was a volume champion Wednesday among micro-caps, trading in 276.8 million shares, even better than its average of 115.8 million. Its price, however, was halved to one-100th of a cent.

China Youth Media Inc. (OTCBB: CHYU) slid in price 65.2% to 31-100ths of a cent Wednesday, on volume of about 15,000, a fraction of its daily average around 43,000. CHYU is a China focused youth marketing and media company whose business is to deliver advertising and content to one of the most sought after and fastest growing demographics in the world.

SOAN soars, GELV active, ELAY lays down

Wednesday, February 9th, 2011

So Act Network Inc (OTCBB: SOAN) doubled in price to a dime, on volumes of 75,500 shares, or nearly six times its daily average. SOAN, based in Texas, is a leading provider of private-labeled social networks, social media marketing services and revolutionary media technologies.

Green Energy Live Inc. (OTCBB: GELV) exploded on markets, trading Wednesday in 87 million, or nearly four times what it would on an average day. Share prices were flat, however, at two-100ths of a cent. Based in Michigan, GELV is a growth oriented clean energy company focusing on sustainable “clean side of green” solutions for the U.S. livestock industry.

eLayway Inc. (OTCBB: ELAY) tumbled 58% Wednesday to 10.5 cents. Volumes were 22,000 shares, compared to a full-day average of 39,519, a day after ELAY announced the latest version of the Internet’s first and only patent pending layaway payment processor, eLayaway 2.0 Private Beta.

FSLR marches on, CSCO clicks, HSP falls

Wednesday, February 2nd, 2011

First Solar Inc. (Nasdaq: FSLR) shares were up 5.6 percent to $164.79. Volume for the stock was 2.6 million, or nearly twice its daily average, after Goldman Sachs Group Inc. listed the maker of solar modules as its number one pick in the clean-energy sector.

Cisco Systems Inc. (Nasdaq: CSCO) traded in 33.5 million shares, less than half its daily average of 73.4 million. Prices for CSCO raced ahead 0.6 percent to $21.59.

Hospira Inc. (NYSE: HSP) shares declined 7.1 percent to $51.11. Volume of 10.4 million proved nearly 10 times its daily average, after the medical-device maker reported fourth-quarter results and guidance below expectations.

HLXW gets second wind, ELCR rolls off lot, IHCH not so healthy

Wednesday, January 26th, 2011

Helix Wind Corp. (OTCBB: HLXW) climbed in price 14.3 percent Wednesday afternoon to eight-100ths of a cent. Volume for the stock 249.8 million shares, compared to an all-day average of 39.8 million. The Poway, Calif.-based renewable energy company announced today that it was recently awarded a Notice of Allowance relating to a United States patent application that was filed in 2007, covering segmented, helical rotors used in wind-driven turbines.

Electric Car Company Inc. (OTCBB: ELCR) dealt in 139.6 million shares Wednesday, in contrast with a daily average of 82.8 million. Share prices were flat, though, at one-100th of a cent. ELCR announced this week that it has executed an Exclusive Distributor Agreement to sell the Company’s limousines, custom vehicles, electric conversion vehicles and limo buses in China.

Integrated Healthcare Holdings Inc. (OTCBB: IHCH) sank in price Wednesday 60 percent to two cents. Volume for the stock was 26,000 shares, shy of its average of 39,871 shares. IHCH’s goal is to provide quality healthcare services in a community setting that are responsive to the needs of the communities that it serves.

SOYL green, ELCR in gear, SRRL sinks

Thursday, January 20th, 2011

American Soil Technologies Inc. (OTCBB: SOYL) skyrocketed 280 percent to 1.9 cents Thursday. Volume for the stock was 50,750 shares, compared to 16,399, its daily average. SOYL develops, manufactures and markets cutting-edge technology that decreases the need for water and improves the soil in the ‘Green Industry’.

Electric Car Company (OTCBB: ELCR) had an exciting Thursday, trading in 50.2 million shares, compared with 82.3 million shares on average. Prices were flat, though, at one-100th of a cent.

Stellar Resources Ltd. (OTCBB: SRRL) fell in price Thursday by 45 percent to 11 cents. Volume of 25,000 shares nearly tripled its daily average volume.