Lot78 Inc. (OTCMKTS:LOTE) Up 7.54%, Bank of America Corp (NYSE:BAC) Down 0.97% But Still Steady

Posted by Ryan Mandell May 22, 2013 0 Comment 1723 views

Northern, WI 05/22/2013 (GDPInsider) – Lot78 Inc. (OTCMKTS:LOTE) started the day’s trading at 16.89, 0.21 cents below its previous close of 17.10. The stock quickly rallied however, and is trading up 7.54% with volume of 172,744. The day’s range is 16.89 and 19.00 and LOTE is trading 68.15% below average volume of 542,323.

LOTE has been in the news recently, having announced a 4:1 forward split of its common stock. LOTE said the move was geared towards stabilizing its presence in the markets. The apparel design and marketing company also released an update confirming the filing of Form 8-K. The submission confirmed LOTE’s change of fiscal year-end from July 31st to September 30th.

LOTE has recorded strong market valuation in the last five days, with increased rising as high as 26.35% on the 17th of May 2013. LOTE has a RSI of 73.99 indicating that the stock is overbought at present market valuation.

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Bank of America Corp (NYSE:BAC) opened trading at 13.49, a modest 0.05 above its previous close of 13.44. The stock had a range for the day of 13.17 and 13.73 and closed down slightly at the end of trading 0.97%. BAC has rallied in after hours trading however and is up 0.15%. Trading volume for today was 173.032 million, 19.67% above average trading volume of 144,590,000.

BAC is part of four-bank team of advisors which have been hired by Greece’s second-largest lender, Piraeus Bank. Piraeus is set to embark on a process of issuing new shares worth an estimated 2.75 billion Euros as the bank tries to shore up its solvency.

BAC has risen 94.31% on its 52-week low of 6.85 since April 06, 2013 and is down just 3.06% on its 52-week high of 13.73. BAC is trading 3.33% above its 20-day simple moving average and 6.82% above its 50-day simple moving average. The stock has a RSI of 63.73, indicating that its upward momentum is pushing it towards overbought territory.

BAC’s technical data shows a steady northward climb which started round about April 15, 2013. Analysts have set a target price of 13.20 for the stock and the company has a market cap of $143.49 billion.


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