IVOI invincible, CMGR among volume kings, CPSV sliced in half

Posted on: April 4th, 2011
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iVoice Inc. (Pink Sheets: IVOI) doubled in price Monday afternoon to two-100ths of a cent. Volume for the stock was 74.7 million shares or nearly 10 times its daily average. Matawan, New Jersey-based IVOI has developed highly scalable, mass producible proton exchange membrane (PEM) hydrogen fuel cell systems.

Camelot Entertainment Group Inc. (Pink Sheets: CMGR) saw 41 million shares tumble off the shelves, compared to a daily average of 86.7 million. Prices for the stock were flat at one-100th of a cent.

Consumer Products Services Group Inc. (OTCBB: CPSV) saw its price around the penny mark late Monday, or half what it was at Friday’s close. The stock traded in 65,000 shares, compared to a daily average of 103,776.

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SAVW brilliant, TYRIA towers, CPSV tumbles

Posted on: February 24th, 2011
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SavWatt USA Inc. (OTCBB: SAVW) shot ahead 263.2% to 1.38 cents. The stock was also a volume leader among micro-caps Thursday, trading in 41.5 million shares, compared to a daily average of 1.9 million, a day after the leader in LED lighting technology and the green revolution, signed a 10-year-lease for a new state-of-the-art facility called “SavWatt’s Eco Hub.”

Trey Resources Inc. (OTCBB: TYRIA) traded in 30.5 million shares Thursday, compared to an all-day average of 25.9 million. Prices for TYRIA were flat at one-100th of a cent.

Consumer Products Services Group Inc. (OTCBB: CPSV) capsized 40% in price to 2.1 cents Thursday, on share volume of 69,280, pursuing an all-day average of 105,719.

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