Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMD):
The company’s RSI reading has hit 62.18. The stock edged higher by 4.10% to close previous trading session at USD 2.79.
The shares of the company fluctuated in the range of USD 1.61 and USD 3.06 in the course of 52 weeks. Over the three months, the company’s shares have surged by 0.72% and in the past one year, it has gained 6.08%. Additionally, the stock’s year to date performance has declined -2.79%. Over the last five days its shares have declined by -0.36% and in the past six months it has moved up 64.12%.
The stock’s weekly volatility is calculated as 5.81% and monthly volatility as 6.46% with ATR of 0.16, beta of 2.12 and price to cash ratio of 2.82.
Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD) on March 14, 2016 introduced the world’s most powerful platform for virtual reality (VR)1, capable of both creating and consuming VR content. AMD’s Radeon™ Pro Duo with its LiquidVR™ SDK is a platform aimed at most all aspects of VR content creation: from entertainment to education, journalism, medicine and cinema. With an astonishing 16 teraflops of compute performance, AMD offers a complete solution aimed at all aspects of the VR developer lifestyle: developing content more rapidly for tomorrow’s killer VR experiences while at work, and playing the latest DirectX® 12 experiences at maximum fidelity while off work.
Plug Power Inc (NASDAQ:PLUG):
The stock increased by 3.59% to close last trading session at USD 2.02. The company’s shares oscillated in the range of USD 1.92 and USD 2.03 during intraday trade.
A total of 1.52 million shares exchanged hands, below its 3 month average volume of 2.07 million shares. Over the last five days its shares have declined by -0.98% and in the past six months it has moved down -1.46%.
Furthermore, the stock has weekly volatility of 4.35% and monthly volatility of 5.35% with ATR of 0.11. The stock’s RSI is 52.75 and distance from 50-day simple moving average is 9.26%, whereas its distance from 20-day simple moving average is -0.54% and distance from 200-day simple moving average is -4.53%.
Plug Power Inc (PLUG) on March 21, 2016 announces that CEO Andy Marsh will present the Company’s commercially proven hydrogen and fuel cell solutions at the New Energy Vehicle International Forum 2016 in Shanghai, China.
Plug Power has displayed commercial success, growing at 50% year over year. The company has deployed more that 10,000 GenDrive fuel cell units to material handling customers to power electric lift truck vehicles, accumulating more than 100 million hours of real-world operating hours. It is clear that Plug Power fuel cells are the preferred alternative energy device to power electric drive trains.