Top Volume Gainers at OTC from PSL are CBAI, FLTT, APTD, PTSH and CGFIA
(EMAILWIRE.COM, November 13, 2010 ) San Antonio, TX - PennyStockLive.com (http://www.PennyStockLive.com),
publishers of a newsletter with stocks that move 50% to 100% in a few days, presents Top Volume Gainers at OTC from PSL are CBAI, FLTT, APTD, PTSH and CGFIA.
Cord Blood America Inc. (OTC: CBAI) plunged 16.67% on overall traded volume of 177.84 million shares for the day. The day low was at $0.0051 and shares of CBAI closed the day at $0.006. Cord Blood America, Inc., through its subsidiaries, provides private cord blood stem cell preservation services to families in the United States. The company also engages in collecting, processing, and preserving peripheral blood and adipose tissue stem cells, which allow individuals to privately preserve their stem cells for potential future use in stem cell therapy.
Flint Telecom Group, Inc. (OTC: FLTT) jumped 88.46% on overall traded volume of 101.94 million shares for the day. The day high was at $0.0059 and shares of FLTT closed the day at $0.0049. Flint Telecom Group, Inc. operates as a telecoms technology and services organization with a portfolio of companies that deliver next-generation IP communications products and services. The company focuses on three segments: Telecom Software, Services, and Equipment; Prepaid Telecom Services; and Postpaid Telecom Services.
AlphaTrade.com (USA) (OTC: APTD) dropped 16.67% on overall traded volume of 97.57 million shares for the day. The day low was at $0.0009 and shares of APTD closed the day at $0.001. AlphaTrade.com operates as a digital media and marketing company, specializing in creating networking opportunities to build brands, sell products, increase Web traffic, and gain attention. The companys services include Web site appearance and optimization, as well as corporate marketing for increasing marketing awareness and Web traffic with targeted demographics.
PTS, Inc. (OTC: PTSH) decreased 37.50% on overall traded volume of 82.09 million shares for the day. The day low was at $0.0005 and shares of PTSH closed the day at $0.0005. PTS, Inc. does not have significant operations. It intends to acquire undervalued businesses and/or merge with businesses with a history of operating revenues. Prior to February 23, 2010, the company engaged in the provision of accessibility compliance consulting services to government, school districts, and municipalities and other public entities, as well as to retail, commercial, recreational, and corporate customers.
Colorado Goldfields Inc (OTC: CGFIA) reported a fall of 12.00% on overall traded volume of 74.67 million shares for the day. The day low was at $0.0019 and shares of CGFIA closed the day at $0.0022. Colorado Goldfields Inc. engages in the acquisition and exploration of mineral properties, primarily gold and other metals in the United States. It primarily explores for gold, silver, zinc, copper, and lead properties, as well as involves in the milling and processing of ore from owned and non-owned mining properties.
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