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Tuesday, May 31, 2016

#pennystocks making new 52-wk lows: $PSWW $DELT $CGNT $HHS #pennystock to read more:

Penny stocks making 52 week lows today:

Principal Solar, Inc. (symbol: PSWW) ended the trading day today
(2016-05-31), at $0.52 losing 0.0%. The number of shares that changed
hands was 0, or about 0 times the average daily volume in the stock. The
end-of-day market cap was $2,890,000, about -97.4% off the highest price in
the last 12 months. The stock has been trading at a range between $0.52 and
$20.0. PSWW is in the n/a industry, part of the n/a sector.


Delta Technology Holdings Limited (symbol: DELT) ended the trading day
today (2016-05-31), at $0.522 losing 0.0%. The number of shares that
changed hands was 21, or about 0 times the average daily volume in the
stock. The end-of-day market cap was $4,990,000, about -98.135% off the
highest price in the last 12 months. The stock has been trading at a range
between $0.7 and $27.99. DELT is in the Major Chemicals industry, part of
the Basic Industries sector.
Looking at its valuation, the stock is now trading at 2.394 times earnings.

Cogentix Medical, Inc. (symbol: CGNT) ended the trading day today
(2016-05-31), at $0.7121 losing -10.9875%. The number of shares that
changed hands was 1,259,110, or about 36 times the average daily volume in
the stock. The end-of-day market cap was $18,480,000, about -59.0747% off
the highest price in the last 12 months. The stock has been trading at a
range between $0.7121 and $1.74. CGNT is in the Biotechnology:
Electromedical & Electrotherapeutic Apparatus industry, part of the Health
Care sector.


Harte-Hanks, Inc. (symbol: HHS) ended the trading day today (2016-05-31),
at $0.9889 losing -4.9135%. The number of shares that changed hands was
664,599, or about 2 times the average daily volume in the stock. The
end-of-day market cap was $60,780,000, about -84.9482% off the highest
price in the last 12 months. The stock has been trading at a range between
$0.9889 and $6.57. HHS is in the Advertising industry, part of the
Technology sector. It first went public in 1993.

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