Shares in Aero Grow International (AERO) closed slightly lower today after trading higher earlier in the session. The stock which closed at $3.93 had hit a high of $4.03 in heavy early trading but fell off in price later on in the day.
Uncovering whats happening at Worlds Inc (OTC:WDDD) is reminiscent of so many penny stocks. A ton of liabilities, heaps of debt, no revenues – pretty awful fundamentals. But this hasn’t stopped the company from staying in the green. WDDD hasn’t registered a red session for the past 2 weeks. Trading, especially over the past few days appears to have broken out. It looks like WDDD is the target of a promotion by the trading pattern.
The past few years haven’t been kind to the precious metals business. As the markets have steamrolled ever higher it’s been at the expense of anything commodity related. Many of the precious metals companies in the micro cap space have almost no financials and are merely in the preliminary stages of exploration.
It has been nearly two months since shares of CBIS haven’t moved away from the $0.07 cents level. Last time we saw something different was on July 31st, when shares closed at $0.085 before sticking to the 7 cents range since.
GlassesOff, Inc. (GLSO) ticked down in terms of volume and price as it failed to break through a new high today in OTC market trading.
After more than two months trading above $1.00, shares of PIMO are still fighting the support level and hovering between $1.09 and $0.99 in this week’s first trading session. It was on July 15th this year when shares hit their 52-Week highs at $1.24. PIMO is currently with an 81% performance YTD.