Midday Gainers / Losers

Top 10 Gainers: CCCR +37%. CBAK +22%. AAOI +22%. HPJ +19%. NCTY +19%. FNHC +19%. MXWL +18%. FLXN +17%. FREE +16%.

Top 10 Losers: IMI -25%. ELGX -24%. APEI -22%. CGEN -19%. YUME -18%. KBR -15%. MDVN -14%. CLNE -14%. BIOF -12%.

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  • LeahyInvestor
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    I taking advatage of the drop, bought $CLNE and $WPRT based on 2014 will be a major move. Many cities and companies switching to CNG or LNG. As oil is becoming harder to find and any growth in the world will push oil higher. This economy being flat isn't going to last long, it is easy to feel like it always will be like this. Everything is lined up for growth. Which will be depended on energy that can restrict growth because of costs.
    28 Feb 2014, 01:20 PM Reply Like
  • Michael Fitzsimmons
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    HPJ: werk it bay-beee, werk it...


    28 Feb 2014, 02:28 PM Reply Like
  • haoleboy1967
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    Good call Michael
    28 Feb 2014, 03:52 PM Reply Like
  • joelkatz
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    Jae Jun called it right on FNHC
    28 Feb 2014, 04:47 PM Reply Like
  • Ribre
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    China Commercial Credit will soon have four businesses in full swing...its ongoing lending and loan guarantee business, plus its online loan portal, its loan guarantee service for the Jiangsu Province Financial Bureau, and its equipment leasing business. This should soon result in a whole lot of incremental revenue, and probably a higher stock price.
    2 Mar 2014, 08:38 AM Reply Like
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