Posts Tagged ‘aptd’

CTEI spikes, APTD busy, UNLA loses

Wednesday, January 19th, 2011

Cemtrex Inc. (OTCBB: CTEI) shot skyward Wednesday, gaining 122.2 percent in price to 10 cents. Volume of 31,000 shares closed the gap on a full-day average of 52, 585. CTEI is a world leader in providing environmental solutions to a variety of industries all over the world. (OTCBB: APTD) was one of the most widely traded micro-cap stocks Wednesday, dealing in 32.3 million, more than twice its all-day average. Prices for the stock dipped, however, 33.3 percent to six-100ths of a cent. APTD is a recognized financial data providing company specializing in real-time financial market data for major North American exchanges and markets.

Unilava Corp.. (OTCBB: UNLA) dropped sharply Wednesday, losing 52.9 percent to four cents. Volume for UNLA registered at 3.68 million, leaps an bounds better than its daily average of 158,710. UNLA announced Wednesday the first implementation of the their LOI with China Wi-Max Communications to identify funding and resource opportunities to support engineering and capital needs towards their joint venture, targeting markets of over $60 million U.S. in Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen.

PSGY secure, APTD active, FMNL falters

Tuesday, January 18th, 2011

Princeton Security Technology Inc. (OTCBB: PSGY) skyrocketed 180 percent in price Tuesday to 14 cents. Volume was 74,500 shares, better than nineteen times its usual average. Preliminary quarterly results show projected income of approximately $170,000, compared to loss of $162,217 for the same period ending December 31, 2009. (OTCBB: APTD) shares flew off the shelves Tuesday, trading in 123 million, compared with an average all-day volume of 12.2 million. Prices hiked, too, by 33.3 percent to eight-100ths of a cent. AlphaTrade is a recognized financial data providing company specializing in real-time financial market data for major North American exchanges and markets.

Forum National Investments Ltd. New (OTCBB: FMNL) tripped 55 percent to 18 cents Tuesday. Volume for the stocks was 36,250 shares, or six times its full-day average. FMNL provides travel services for the members of its ‘Snowbird Vacations International’ travel club. (APTD) – Micro-Cap Buzz Stock

Tuesday, August 10th, 2010

Shares of (OTCBB: APTD) were up more than 60 percent from Monday’s closing price in afternoon trading on Tuesday. Over the past few weeks, Alphatrade has been featured in several penny stock newsletters, most of which have touted the company as “setting itself up for what looks like a major breakout.”

Most recently, Alphatrade issued a press release announcing that the company was “pleased” with its cash flow positive position.
“Our growth can be described as proficient, we offer cost effective solutions to both corporate and retail users. In addition, it is our goal in these tough economic times, to offer dollar-for-dollar the best product in the market.” stated CEO Gordon Muir in a statement.

Alphatrade’s revenues for the three months ended March 31, 2010 were $892,395,  49 percent lower than the $1,751,146 in revenue the company reported for the same period in 2009. The sharp drop was largely due to a 74 percent decline in advertising revenue, which shrunk to $263,001 in the quarter from $1,045,846 in the same period a year ago.

Despite the drop in revenue, Alphatrade managed to swing to a profit of  of $62,692 for the three months ended March 31, 2010 compared to a loss of ($310,179) for the three months ended March 31, 2009. The company also saw a 69 percent increase in revenue from sales of its E-Trax tool and web site development programs. Revenue from these products was $88,496 during the quarter ended March 31, 2010 compared to $52,442 for the same period in 2009.

According to a recent press release, is preparing to report “a positive 2nd Quarter cash flow subsequent to positive 1st Quarter cash flow reported earlier this year.”

AlphaTrade was incorporated in 1998 and currently has 16 employees committed to sales, marketing, customer service, programming, coding and general administration.