Will IDO Security, Inc.(IDOI), dELiA*s, Inc.(DLIA), and Lucas Energy, Inc.(LEI) Bounce Back?
New York, NY – GDP INSIDER – 12/08/2014.
This article discusses three companies: Security, Inc.(IDOI), dELiA*s, Inc.(DLIA), and Lucas Energy, Inc.(LEI)
IDO Security, Inc.(IDOI) has traded within a range of slightly above $0.00 to $0.09 over the past 52 weeks, yet finished Friday’s trading at a closing price of $0.00068 after a 70% increase in value of $0.00028. The increase came on an extremely high trading volume of 264.17 million, which is 261.01 million higher than the penny stock’s three month average volume of 3.16 million. IDO Security Inc. has an earnings per share (TTM) of $–0.03.
dELiA*s, Inc.(DLIA), which finished Friday’s trading at a new 52 week low of $0.02, also had a high trading volume of 56.86 million Friday. This figure is 54.12 million higher than the stock’s three month average volume of 2.74 million. These figures indicate that investor interest in the stock is increasing. dELiA*s has a market capitalization of $1.33 million and a beta of 2.81. The latter figure indicates that the company, which has a one-year target estimate of $2.00, is 181% more volatile than the market.
Lucas Energy, Inc.(LEI) traded for as little as $0.12 Friday, a new 52 week low for the company that once traded for as much as $1.23 during the one-year period. Like the previous two companies, Lucas Energy also saw its trading volume spike to a much higher figure than its three month average. The company, which has an earnings per share (TTM) of $–0.16, has a beta of 2.02 and a one-year target estimate of $2.00.
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