Angstrom Microsystems (AGMS) (AGMS.OB) lost 15.00% on Friday to close at $0.51/share. It had a wide trading range of $0.51 - 0.64. Volume was only 30,000 compared to average 3m volume of 80k+. AGMS has a 52wk range of $0.51 - $1.61. Based on 16.052 million shares outstanding (as of Feb. 19, 2008), AGMS has a market capitalization of $8.19 million, according to PinkSheets.com. That is impressive considering zero revenues and of course no profits; Angstrom's net loss was $49,000 for the quarter ended March 2008. The company has also undergone two name changes in the calendar year. It was formerly Angstrom Technologies Corp until May 2008 and was formerly Sanford Exploration Inc until February 2008. It is disturbing that the press release is not mentioned on Angstrom's investor relations website.
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June 13th at close, the corporation broadcasted that Massachusetts
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