Benzinga's Small Cap Movers for Monday January 28, 2013
Below are highlights from Benzinga's daily coverage of small cap securities making big moves:
Shares of Glu Mobile (NASDAQ: GLUU), the San Froncisco, CA mobile game developer, rose 15% Monday on 3.5 times average volume.
Insiders have been buying shares in Glu Mobile as the stock has traded near the 52-week low.
Glu Mobile closed at $2.65 on Monday.
Shares of FreeSeas (NASDAQ: FREE), Athens, Greece-based drybulk shipping company, rose 35% Monday on 4.5 times average volume.
FreeSeas strength Monday most likely was due to the recent strength in another Greek shipping company, NewLead Holdings.
FreeSeas closed at $0.27 on Monday.
Shares of Novatel Wireless (NASDAQ: NVTL), the San Diego, CA provider of intelligent wireless networking solutions, rose 13% Monday on 3.5 times average volume.
Novatel announced Monday that its MT 3050 device has received technical approval from Verizon Wireless (NYSE: VZ). The MT 3050 is a mobile tracking OBD-II device which reduces up-front costs for insurance telematics and fleet management applications with easy, plug-and-play installation and industry-leading small form factor. The new MT 3050 also features integrated disconnect alert supported by an in-device backup battery.
Novatel Wireless closed at $1.74 on Monday.
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