Stocks Worth Considering: RiceBran Technologies(NASDAQ:RIBT), Interactive Health Network(OTCMKTS:IRGW), and World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc.(NYSE:WWE)

Posted by Saimoon September 3, 2014 0 Comment 612 views


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RiceBran Technologies(NASDAQ:RIBT) suffered a substantial decrease in value yesterday as the stock fell $1.33 to finish the day at a new closing price of $5.32. The stock has traded within a range of $3.56 to $14.00 over the past 52 weeks, indicating that its current mark is far closer to its low than its high. RiceBran Technologies(NASDAQ:RIBT) saw its trading volume spike to a figure of 916,086 yesterday, a figure which is more than ten times higher than its three month average of 88,429.

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Interactive Health Network(OTCMKTS:IRGW) enjoyed an 82.76% increase in value yesterday as the stock rose $0.0024 to move to a new closing price of $0.0053. Nevertheless, the stock remains over six cents below its 52 week high of $0.07. The company, which has a market capitalization of only $800 with 5.35 billion tradeable share,s cancelled 350 million shares of common stock on Aug. 5th. Nevertheless, the stock remains heavily traded, with 17,246,751 shares being dealt on Sept. 2nd.

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World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc.(NYSE:WWE) rose seven cents to finish the day at a closing price of $14.61. This minuscule increase in value does not overshadow the fact that the stock’s current value is only half of its 52 week high of $31.98. Not only that, but World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc.(NYSE:WWE) is simply no longer a fixture in the minds of the American public. Long past are the days of Stone Cold Steve Austin and movie star Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. On Aug. 27th, Levi & Korsinsky announced that a class action lawsuit against the company had commenced on behalf of investors who purchased common stock between Oct. 31st, 2013 and May 16th, 2014.

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