Shares of BSD Medical Corporation (Nasdaq: BSDM) were up as much as 25 percent from Tuesday’s closing price of $3.94 per share, on Wednesday. Shares traded as high as $4.95 per share with nearly double the company’s average three-month volume. BSD Medical won the Frost & Sullivan “Technology Innovation of the Year Award” in 2005 for its BSD-2000 system. But its biggest money generator is the MicroThermX. BSDM’s patented “phased-array” technology generates heat allows doctors to kill massive clusters of cancer cells. Shares BSDM are up roughly 280 percent since the FDA granted the company clearance to market its MicroThermX Microwave Ablation System (MTX-180) for ablation of soft tissue in August of this year.
Shares of JoJack Corp. (Nasdaq: LOJN) were up more than 34 percent from Tuesday’s closing price, in morning trading on Wednesday on nearly 7x the company’s average three month volume. The car recovery technology developer recently reported a 47 percent increase in third quarter international sales. The company also reported net income of $2.7 million, or 15 cents per share, up from a loss of $13.4 million, or 78 cents per share a year earlier. Consolidated third quarter revenue climbed 7 percent to $38.5 million, from a year ago. Shares of LOJN are up about 47 percent over the past three months.
Shares of chip maker, Silicon Image, Inc. (Nasdaq: SIMG) were up as much as 44 percent from Tuesday’s closing price, in morning trading on Wednesday. Shares traded as high as $6.57, up from Tuesday’s closing price of $4.55. Silicon Image earned $9.5 million, or 12 cents per share, compared to a net loss of $15.5 million, or 21 cents per share a year ago. Excluding items, the company earned 18 cents per share. Third quarter revenue increased 63 percent to $60.5 million, which included a $7.5 million royalty revenue catch-up. Analysts on average, expected the company to post earnings of a nickel per share (excluding items), on revenue of $49 million. The company sees fourth quarter revenue in the range of $46 million to $48 million, above analysts’ estimates of $45.4 million.
RF Micro Devices, Inc. (Nasdaq: RFMD) was up 13 percent from Tuesday’s closing price, in morning trading on Wednesday after the company posted revenue of $285.8 million, and EPS of 19 cents for its fiscal second quarter ended October 2. Analysts on average expected EPS of 16 cents, on revenue of $275.9 million. “On the strength of new product launches and diversification efforts, we continue to reduce our exposure at our largest customer while sales to all other customers grew year-over-year by approximately 53%,” said RFMD’s CEO Bob Bruggeworth in a conference call. “s a result, RFMD delivered our sixth consecutive quarter of expanding operating income with the September quarter representing another company record.” Shares of RFMD are up as much as 61 percent over the past three months.