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TMCNet:  Market Maker Surveillance Report. CBMX, PAMT, UNXL, RECV, DLGC, ASUV, Winning Stocks With Lowest Price Friction For Friday, December 7th 2012

[December 10, 2012]

Market Maker Surveillance Report. CBMX, PAMT, UNXL, RECV, DLGC, ASUV, Winning Stocks With Lowest Price Friction For Friday, December 7th 2012

Dec 10, 2012 (M2 PRESSWIRE via COMTEX) -- BUYINS.NET / www.buyins.net, announced today its proprietary Market Maker Friction Factor Report for Friday. Since October 2008 market makers are now required to be on the bid as much as they are on the offer and for like amounts of stock. This Fair Market Making Requirement is designed to prevent market makers from manipulating stock prices. On Friday there were 4132 companies with "abnormal" market making, 2646 companies with positive Friction Factors and 2703 companies with negative Friction Factors. Here is a list of the top companies with the largest percentage gain per share Friday and low price friction (bullish). This means that there was more buying than selling in the stocks and their stock prices rose faster with less Friction. CombiMatrix Corp (NASDAQ:CBMX), Parametric Sound Corp (NASDAQ:PAMT), Uni-Pixel Inc (NASDAQ:UNXL), Recovery Energy Inc (NASDAQ:RECV), Dialogic Inc (NASDAQ:DLGC), (OTC:ASUV). To access Friction Factor, Naked Short Data and SqueezeTrigger Prices on all stocks please visit http://www.buyins.net .


Market Maker Friction Factor is shown in the chart below: Symbol Change Percent Buy Volume Buy %% Sell Volume Sell %% Net Volume Friction CBMX $6.520 330.96% 643,288 50.59% 600,268 47.21% 43,020 66 PAMT $0.770 17.74% 29,460 51.98% 27,015 47.67% 2,445 32 UNXL $1.510 18.28% 608,382 54.18% 506,562 45.12% 101,820 674 RECV $0.350 21.34% 94,663 54.60% 78,704 45.40% 15,959 456 DLGC $0.290 23.02% 81,493 63.68% 46,484 36.32% 35,009 1,207 ASUV $0.210 16.94% 207,746 43.38% 153,321 32.02% 54,425 2,592 Analysis of the Friction Factor chart above shows that each of the six stocks mentioned above have high net buy volumes (buy volume, sell volume) and low price friction in their stocks. The Friction Factor displays how many more shares of buying than selling are required to move a stock higher by one cent or how many more shares of selling than buying moves a stock lower by 1 cent.

For example, the chart above shows CBMX with a dollar gain Friday of $6.52000 and a Friction Factor of 66 shares. That means that it only took 66 more shares of buying than selling to move CBMX higher by one penny. The Market Makers are currently allowing the stock to rise quickly (low friction). The combination of low friction and positive market direction can drive prices higher much faster than normal.

CombiMatrix Corp (NASDAQ:CBMX) - CombiMatrix Corporation develops proprietary technologies, products, and services in the areas of drug development, genetic analysis, molecular diagnostics, nanotechnology, and defense and homeland security. Its technologies include a platform to produce user-defined, in-situ synthesized, and oligonucleotide arrays for use in identifying and determining the roles of genes, gene mutations, and proteins. The companys products and services include CustomArray platform, an oligonucleotide array for genetic studies; DNA Array Synthesizer, an instrument that enables researchers to fabricate DNA arrays to their specifications; stripping reagents, which enable researchers to re-use microarrays; ElectraSense Reader, an electrochemical scanning instrument; and comparative genomic hybridization arrays, which are used for research and molecular diagnostic applications. It also offers proprietary molecular synthesis and screening methods for the discovery of potential new drugs. In addition, it operates as a diagnostics reference laboratory, which provides genetic diagnostics services through the use of arrays that utilize bacterial artificial chromosomes that enable genetic analysis to physicians, hospitals, and clinics. Further, the company develops a series of compounds to address various oncology-related diseases. Additionally, it involves in the development, manufacture, and sale of biosensor systems and technology for national defense and homeland security. The company sells its products and services directly, with partners, and through distributors to customers in the United States, Europe, and Asia. CombiMatrix Corporation was founded in 1995 and is based in Mukilteo, Washington..

Parametric Sound Corp (NASDAQ:PAMT) - Parametric Sound Corporation provides hypersonic sound products. The company was founded in 2010 and is based in Henderson, Nevada. Parametric Sound Corporation is a former subsidiary of LRAD Corporation..

Uni-Pixel Inc (NASDAQ:UNXL) - Uni-Pixel, Inc., a development stage company, focuses on the research, development, and commercialization of flat panel displays using its Time Multiplexed Optical Shutter (TMOS) technology. The TMOS technology is used in various applications, such as mobile phones, digital cameras, notebook computers, televisions, and other consumer electronic devices. The company was founded in 1998 and is headquartered in The Woodlands, Texas..

Recovery Energy Inc (NASDAQ:RECV) - Recovery Energy Inc., a development stage independent oil and gas company, engages in the acquisition, drilling, and production of oil and natural gas properties and prospects in the United States. It holds interests in approximately 20,800 gross leasehold acres. The company is based in Denver, Colorado..

Dialogic Inc (NASDAQ:DLGC) - Dialogic Inc. provides communications platforms and technology to enterprise and service provider markets in the Americas, the Asia Pacific, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. Its products include media server software products, session border controllers, media gateways and bandwidth optimization products, SS7 and signaling products, video gateways, soft switches, programmable media platforms, media and network interface boards, fax boards and software products, and serial protocol adapters. The company also offers The IMG 1010, a carrier-grade VoIP gateway that supports media and signaling in a single chassis; and contact center, faxes over Internet protocol, mobile value added services, network edge infrastructure, and unified communications solutions. It provides its products for network service providers and enterprise communication networks through partner sales and distribution channels, as well as for use in carrier installations. The company is headquartered in San Jose, California..

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About BUYINS.NET BUYINS.NET, www.buyins.net , monitors trading in all US stocks in real time and maintains massive databases of short sale and naked short sale time and sales data, short squeeze SqueezeTrigger prices, market maker price movements, shareholder data, statistical data on earnings, sector correlation, seasonality, hedge fund trading strategies, comparable valuations. Reports include: REGULATORY & COMPLIANCE NEWS Friction Factor -- market maker surveillance system tracking Level II market makers in all stocks to determine Price Friction and compliance with new "Fair Market Making Requirements" RegSHO Naked Shorts -- tracks EVERY failure to deliver in all US stocks and tracks all Threshold Security Lists daily for which stocks have naked shorts that are not in compliance with Regulation SHO INVESTMENTS & TRADING SqueezeTrigger -- 29 billion cell database tracks EVERY short sale (not just total short interest) in all US stocks and calculates volume weighted price that a short squeeze will begin in each stock.

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