November 25, 2016 - By Dolores Ford
Interested investors have been looking for information on shares of WHERE FOOD COMES FRO (OTCMKTS:WFCF) after the stock moved $0.09, hitting the $2.11 price point in a recent trade.
It’s the latest price, but let’s analyze how the stock has been doing recently. In the past year, WHERE FOOD COMES FRO’s stock was big mover. According to the short interest report published recently, (WFCF) had 600 shorted shares for 0.1 days to cover. The prior short interest was 200 for a $200.00 change. The 52-Week High and Low are noted here. -24.64% (High), 30.25%, (Low). The stock had 11,000 average volume.
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Penny stocks are often stated as risky investments that hardly pay off. Admittedly, there is fact to this, but with the right knowledge and tactics, it is possible to earn a significant amount of gain in penny stocks. Simply said, a penny stock is an equity that trades at a low price.
Irrespective of the name, penny stocks usually are priced over a penny, occupying a price range at or close to $1, though some are priced a fraction of a penny. Often referred to as micro-cap equities, the Securities & Exchange Commission classifies these types of securities as being $5 or less. Over-the-counter stocks are NOT listed on any of the formal exchanges.
So, penny stocks frequently fit in this segment, though many dodge this category. Over-the-counter (OTC) equities are stated to be risky as they aren’t contingent to the listing and reporting requirements of the reputed commodity exchanges.
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Penny shares can be listed on NASDAQ or other known stock exchanges, although many more cannot be found there. A major percentage of penny stocks are listed on the so-named ‘pink sheets’, i.e., daily news of OTC shares. They can even be seen on the ‘Over-the-Counter Bulletin Board.’ Commodities listed on the OTCBB fail to fulfill the listing guidelines of the NYSE or other known exchanges, although they are mandated to file financial statements with known regulators, such as the SEC. Penny shares are inexpensive, thus attractive to shareholders who lack the funds to buy comparatively expensive blue-chip stocks from large firms.
Penny stocks boast immense profit potential. Because these stocks trade cheap, even a slight jump in price turns to be profitable. Look out, however, because frequently shareholders may have trouble getting a decent amount of details about penny stocks. These kinds of shares tend to be latest in news, with almost no track record for investors research.
In addition, penny stocks show lack of market activity, with poor liquidity, making them difficult to sell. Poor liquidity results in penny stocks to be open to price influence.
A shady trader can simply buy large sums of shares, temporarily leading up the price, crafting artificial demand.
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More notable recent Where Food Comes From Inc (OTCMKTS:WFCF) news were published by: Marketwired.com which released: “Where Food Comes From, Inc. Reports Revenue and Earnings Growth for 2016 Third …” on November 08, 2016, also Seekingalpha.com with their article: “Where Food Comes From’s (WFCF) CEO John Saunders on Q2 2016 Results – Earnings …” published on August 11, 2016, Marketwired.com published: “Where Food Comes From, Inc. Names James Riva Vice President of Global …” on January 20, 2015. More interesting news about Where Food Comes From Inc (OTCMKTS:WFCF) were released by: Seekingalpha.com and their article: “Where Food Comes From And Investing In The Evolution Of The Food Industry” published on July 22, 2015 as well as Seekingalpha.com‘s news article titled: “Where Food Comes From’s (WFCF) CEO John Saunders on Q3 2016 Results – Earnings …” with publication date: November 08, 2016.
Where Food Comes From, Inc. is a provider of verification and certification solutions for the agriculture, livestock and food industry. The company has a market cap of $54.57 million. The Firm is a third-party well-known provider of food production audits. It has a 81.04 P/E ratio. The Where Food Comes From labeling program offers food retailers and restaurants a means of connecting clients to information on where and how the food they purchase has been grown or raised.
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By Dolores Ford