Short Interest to Follow: Today ANDATEE CHINA MARINE FUEL SERVIC (AMCF) Stock Is In Investors Focus

November 23, 2016 - By Richard Conner

Short Interest to Follow: Today ANDATEE CHINA MARINE FUEL SERVIC (AMCF) Stock Is In Investors Focus

Upon recent trading, ANDATEE CHINA MARINE FUEL SERVIC (OTCMKTS:AMCF) shares caught focus of OTC traders as the price moved $0.089, touching the $0.15 price point. Analyzing past data, ANDATEE CHINA MARINE FUEL SERVIC’s shares price was -95.00% in the last 1-year with the 52-Week low of 400.00% and 52-Week high of -25.00%.

Measuring a firm’s market value, also known as market capitalization allows investors and financial analysts assess the size of a firm relative to the market. Market capitalization can be understood as a statistic reflecting the public’s confidence in a firm because the calculation highlights the public’s investing arrangements. Financial institutions can put similarly-sized firms into groups such as mid-cap, small-cap AND large-cap by establishing a firm’s market capitalization.

Market capitalization is a vital financial indicator for two main reasons. Firstly, it helps investors in establishing value comparison between firms with their stocks trading at different levels. Secondly, it helps decide a firm’s size in relation to its peers. A firm’s market cap varies as its shares price changes, so financial editors compute market capitalization for public firms daily. ANDATEE CHINA MARINE FUEL SERVIC (AMCF)’s market capitalization is currently $1.54M.

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ANDATEE CHINA MARINE FUEL SERVIC’s shares has traded at $N/A month over month. The short interest of stock currently stands at 200 against short interest of 200 last month. Investors have 0.1 days to close the position.

The over-the-counter market is a place where stocks that are not listed on the NASDAQ, NYSE, or AMEX are traded. This term is referred exclusively for marginal or small firms that don’t fulfil the listing guidelines of the regulated stock exchanges. These stocks are sometimes called ‘pink sheet’ stocks, a term coined from the old days when such stocks lists were published on pink paper (now exclusively online). Since these equities are small and frequently financially suspect, OTC stocks are stated to be risky and, thus, are poorly traded. They are rarely traded, which indicate that the prospect of getting a bargain price is better over the stocks listed in an organized market. As a result, some traders are inclined to purchase OTC stocks in anticipation of making fast gains. The possibility of fast money becomes easier following the cheap prices of most of the OTC shares, often under $2.00-$1.00 per share, though it’s made tougher by the fact that detailed information on these equities is scarce and often undependable.

Trading in OTC securities is no different from straight gambling, and it is not suggested for beginners. Over-the-counter market is a decentralized market, with no central physical location. Market participants use communication methods like the telephone, email and proprietary electronic trading systems for trading. The exchange market and over-the-counter (OTC) market are two simple ways to establish a financial market.

Within an OTC marketplace, dealers are termed ‘market makers’ when they quote equity prices where they will sell and buy a currency or security. Trades can be carried out between two members in an OTC market without others being made informed of the transaction price, making OTC markets less reliable than exchanges. They are subject to fewer guidelines, which means increasing problems for investors. OTC markets are used mainly to trade currencies, structured products, derivatives and bonds. OTC markets can be used to trade stocks, such as the OTCQB, OTC Pink and OTCQX marketplaces in the U.S. Dealers that function in the U.S. markets are controlled by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, popularly named FINRA.

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OTC marketplace is a platform where clients and dealers trade with each other just like institutions and corporations do. The price a buyer gets from a seller may vary from the price received for same equity from another seller. The ask-bid margin is often wider for the OTC stocks. OTC markets operate smooth during the normal times, however, their lack of transparency becomes a vicious factor that can result in financial stress, and it was the same case when the 2007-2008 worldwide credit crisis happened. Mortgage-backed equities such as CMOs and CDOs, which were traded solely in the OTC markets, could not be dependably priced as liquidity was poor, and buyers were reluctant to trade in this market. This resulted in an increased count of dealers backing out from market-making activities, increasing the liquidity issue while driving a global credit crunch. The regulatory measures created in as the outcome of the crisis resolved this problem with the setup of clearinghouses for post-trade activities.

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More news for Andatee China Marine Fuel Ser Corp (OTCMKTS:AMCF) were recently published by: Reuters.com, which released: “Andatee China Marine Fuel Services Corp accepts resignation of CFO – Form 8-K” on September 02, 2015. Reuters.com‘s article titled: “Andatee China Marine Fuel Services Corp announces change in management- Form 8-K” and published on June 11, 2015 is yet another important article.

Andatee China Marine Fuel Services Corporation operates its business through its subsidiaries. The company has a market cap of $1.54 million. The Company’s subsidiaries include Hong Kong subsidiary, Goodwill Rich, Fusheng, Fusheng’s variable interest entity (VIE) and Dalian Xingyuan. It currently has negative earnings. Through both directly controlled subsidiaries and VIE entities, the Company is engaged in the production, storage, distribution and wholesale purchases and sales of blended marine fuel oil for cargo and fishing vessels with activities in Liaoning, Shandong, Jiangsu and Zhejiang Provinces in People’s Republic of China (PRC).

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