Uranium Resources, Inc. (NasdaqCM: URRE) tacked on an amazing 29.84 percent in price Tuesday to close at $1.67, on a whopping 7,192,195 shares, nearly six times its three-month average volume. The stock vaults into the upper end of a 52-week trading range that has peaked at 1.78, after bottoming out at 38 cents. The company, since its incorporation in 1977, has produced over 8 million pounds of uranium in Texas.
Cabela’s Inc Class A (NYSE: CAB) jumped 20.73 percent Tuesday to close at $22.07. Share volume totaled 3,453,941, dwarfing its three-month total of 371,958. Tuesday’s leap brings the stock toward its 52-week peak of $22.22, after bottoming out at $11.65. The specialty retailer and direct marketer of hunting, fishing and camping merchandise, announced on Tuesday that quarterly consolidated revenues increased 3.9 percent to $643 million, while retail revenue increased 6 percent to $369 million.
Microvision, Inc. (NasdaqGM: MVIS) suffered a drop in price Tuesday of 18.5 percent to close at $1.63. Share volume of 3,169,642 towered over its three-month average volume of 653,575 shares. The stock languishes near the basement of a 52-week trading range of $1.55, its peak around $4.11. The manufacturer of ultra-small projectors (hence its name) Monday posted Q3 revenue of $1.3 million and a loss of 15 cents a share, falling 18 percent wider than the average analyst earnings estimate, according to Bloomberg.
Sirius XM Radio Inc. (NasdaqGS: SIRI) inched up nearly 2 percent to $1.56 Tuesday, on volume of 83,327,134 shares, slightly above its three-month average of 71,284,100. The satellite radio network is making its way toward a 52-week high of $1.59, its gulch for the year around 56 cents. Sirius XM already has announced that it has added 334,727 net subscribers during the third quarter. This brings their total subscriber totals to just less than 20 million.