Nexxus Lighting Class A rises 1.9% from 14-day low with Williams % R at -92
Nexxus Lighting Class A (NEXS.O) was up 1.9% from its 14-day low of US$1.04 on 09 March, 2012. Its Williams % R is -92. A reading of between -80 and -100 suggests it is near its 14-day low. This is defined as oversold, a bullish signal. The stock price rose 1.0c (or 1.0%) to close at US$1.06. Compared with the NASDAQ-100 index, which rose 9.7 points (or 0.4%) on the day, this was a relative price change of 0.6%. Volatility: the stock traded between an intraday low of US$1.05 and a high of US$1.08, suggesting a trading opportunity between peaks and troughs. The average daily volatility of 8.7% places the stock in the 1st quartile in the market meaning it is highly volatile.Volume: there were 39,142 shares worth US$41,491 traded. The volume was 0.5 times average trading of 74,054 shares.Volume weighted price (VWP): the price is at a discount of 5.5% to the 1-month volume weighted average price of US$1.12, which may appeal as a value proposition.Falls to Rises: In the last three months the number of falls outnumbered rises 31:24 or 1.29:1.Beta: The Beta of this stock is 0.8. A Beta lower than 1 suggests this is a low risk, low return stock with volatility less than that of the market.Standard Deviation (SD): SD is a statistical measure of deviation from the mean. The SD of 7.0% gives it a percentile rank of 96 meaning that 96% of stocks in the NASDAQ market are less volatile than this stock.Trailing month: in the last 19 trading sessions there has been a net rise of 13.98%; the stock has advanced nine times and the biggest one day rise was 28.3% on Feb 13. Trailing one week: the stock fell three times (60% of the time) and rose twice (40% of the time). The value of US$1,000 invested a week ago is US$883 [vs US$1,002 for the NASDAQ-100 index], for a capital loss of US$117(or loss of 11.7%).Trailing one month: the stock fell nine times (45% of the time), rose nine times (45% of the time) and was unchanged twice (10% of the time). The value of US$1,000 invested a month ago is US$1,165 [vs US$1,033 for the NASDAQ-100 index], for a capital gain of US$165(or rise of 16.5%).Trailing one year: the value of US$1,000 invested one year ago is US$346 [vs US$1,170 for the NASDAQ-100 index], for a capital loss of US$654. The total return to shareholders for 1 year is -65.4%.Trailing five years: the value of US$1,000 invested five years ago is US$272, for a capital loss of US$728.The present value of US$1000 invested at a previous date is shown below:$1000 1-week 1-month 1-year NEXS 883 1,165 346 Building Construction 1,003 1,046 1,242 NASDAQ-100 1,002 1,033 1,170 .