Shares of United Treatment Centers Inc. (OTCPK: UTRM), a Healthcare Company that is involved in providing medical and dental care from mobile clinics for low-income people and fee-for-service patients in north eastern United States, are soaring in todayâ€™s trading.
At last check, UTRM shares were trading 34.38% higher at $0.0043, with volume up from daily average of 9.46 million to 15.73 million. The stock has gained over 230.77% year till date.
The stock opened today at $0.0035 and reached its 52 week high of $0.0045 within few hours of market open. It has been increasing steeply and stabilized around $0.0043 by mid half of todayâ€™s session.
Shares of Bonanza Goldfields Corp. (OTCQB: BONZ), an Arizona based Exploration Stage Company focused on identifying and acquiring mineral properties especially gold in geo-politically stable regions in North America, are rallying in todayâ€™s trading.
At last check, BONZ shares were trading 44.83% higher at $0.0420, with volume up from daily average of 1.97 million to 9.78 million. The stock has been trading in the range of $0.0306 and $0.0470 so far in todayâ€™s trading.
The company announced today that it has secured a financing agreement with Tonaquint Inc., aÂ Utah-based company, specializes in making investments in growth-stage publicly traded companies, for $1.66 million to initiate its mining operations in the fourth quarter this year.
Recent tests conducted on Bonzâ€™s gold fieldsÂ were very encouraging with promising results for gold and a number of rare earth metals.
Shares of Implant Sciences Corp.Â (OTCQB: IMSC), a Massachusetts based Company that is engaged in providing systems and sensors for the homeland security market and related industries and develops a product line for use in trace explosives detection, are plunging today.
At last check, IMSC shares were trading 8.09% lower at $1.25, with volume up from daily average of 0.364 million to 0.377 million. The stock has been trading so far in the range of $1.19 and $1.36.
The plunge in the share prices is mainly due to the companyâ€™s poor recent financial results for the quarter ended June 30, 2012. Revenues decreased by 69% to $0.55 million from $1.77. Operating losses increased by 41% to $3.28 million from $2.34 million.
IMSC claimed that the decrease in sales was primarily due to the lower sales of the explosives detection products in China and Spain. In spite of reduction in the direct material costs, Operating losses increased by 41%; this is mainly due to the hike in the research and development costs, personnel and administrative costs.