DynaVox, Inc. (OTCMKTS:DVOX) down by 17.50%, Myrexis Inc.(OTCMKTS:MYRX)

Posted by Beth Hart May 20, 2013 0 Comment 547 views


Miami, FL 05/20/2013 (GDPInsider) – DynaVox, Inc. (OTCMKTS:DVOX) is down by whopping 17.50% representing a decline of $0.0210 from its Friday’s close of $.12 and is now trading close to $0.0990, with about 490,585K shares traded during the day. At the current levels the stock is almost 94.31% off its 52-week high of $1.60 and 9.00% above its 52-week low of $0.10. The relative strength index of the stock calculated over a period of 14 days is currently at 29.15 which reflect that the stock is trading in an oversold zone, thus we can expect the stock to bounce back after getting a support at some key levels. The stock is trading below its short and long moving average of 50 days and 200 days respectively, a sign of pessimism. The stock is 54.27% below its 50 days SMA and 74.82% below its 200 days SMA. It is also trading below its short term 20 days SMA by about 54.27%.

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Myrexis Inc.(OTCMKTS:MYRX) is down by whopping 7.14% representing a decline of $0.0050 from its Friday’s close of $0.07 and is now trading close to $0.0650, with about 7950 shares traded during the day. At the current levels the stock is almost 97.69% off its 52-week high of $3.02 and 16.50% above its 52-week low of $0.06. The relative strength index of the stock calculated over a period of 14 days is currently at 25.02 which reflect that the stock is trading in an oversold zone, thus we can expect the stock to bounce back after getting a support at some key levels. The stock is trading below its short and long moving average of 50 days and 200 days respectively, a sign of pessimism. The stock is 25.32% below its 50 days SMA and 96.19% below its 200 days SMA. It is also trading below its short term 20 days SMA by about 23.61%.

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Beth is from New York. She has two master’s degrees and served as a lecturer in B-School. Her master’s degree is an MBA in Global Management from the University of Phoenix (2010). She has worked for small businesses, public agencies, and large corporations. She does write articles as a freelancer.

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