TODAYS ALTERNATIVE (OTCBB:TAEC) was a worthy stock and the trading volume of the February 1, 2013 session was 3.00 million shares and the average volume remained 3.29 million shares. The stock was in focus but unable to moved ahead and plunged -17.14%, to close the prior session at $0.0029. The one-month graph showed the downbeat performance of -75.83%. Tracking the 6-month performance, the stock showed a plunging move of -97.36%.
Another worthy stock was Broadleaf Capital Partners, Inc. (PINKSHEETS:BDLF), as its Friday's volume was 2.17 million shares, lower than average volume, which was of 4.05 million shares. BDLF surged +4.17% to close the session at $0.0075. A spotlight on previous trends cleared the upbeat one-month performance of BDLF +7.14%. The six-month and YTD trends were hot as it moved ahead +476.92% and +150%, respectively.
Patriot Coal Corporation (PINKSHEETS:PCXCQ) has updated that Mr. Michael D. Day has been positioned as Executive Vice President of Operations. Before this, Mr. Day was performing his duties as Senior Vice President, supervising PCXCQ's Kentucky and West Virginia Central operations. PCXCQ gained volume of 201,073 shares, compared to average trading capacity of 730,554 shares. PCXCQ scored downbeat 5-day and one-year trends plunging -95.8% and -93.66%, respectively. Shares outstanding of the company remained 92.59 million and its beta stayed at 2.80.
On Friday, STAR NUTRITION INC. (PINKSHEETS:STAU) traded with volume of 17.96 million shares, while the average trading volume remained 291,950 shares. STAU showed a strong bullish movement on February 1, 2013 and advanced +100.00% and finally closed the trading session at $0.0004. A view on previous trends of STAU: the one-month graph showed the bullish movement of +300%. The three-month performance showed it as a gainer of +100%. STAU has made an announcement that the Company has intended to be exhibit at ISPO Munich where STAR NUTRITION will showcase their latest Incrediwear products along with the new Shredder line created with snowboarding pioneer Terje Haakonsen.