Ingen Technologies (OTC: IGNT) stock retreated today, falling a dreadful 59.2% to a share price of $0.02. Volume of the stock also tanked to 971,869 shares, comparing with its recent volume accumulation. Despite this result, Ingen Technologies has a total gain of 300% in share price since the start of 2012.
Yesterday, Ingen staged respectable rally on a second consecutive day, rising 25.6% to a share price of $0.049, with 1.88 million shares exchanging hands.
With the result yesterday, Ingen set a few new highs: the opening price $0.06 of Ingen Technologies yesterday is the stock’s highest share price in 52 weeks; the closing price of $0.049 is the stock’s year-to-date highest closing price.
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Yesterday, July 10, 2012, Ingen Technologies announced that the company is continuing with preparations for a national distribution program and moving forward with a leading national medical supplier for the home healthcare and hospital markets.
Yesterday’s news announcement of Ingen Technologies is also linked to the company’s previous press releases:
- June 26, 2012: Ingen announced that it was preparing for a national distribution program, and placed its Oxyview product line with a leading national medical supplier for the home healthcare and hospital markets.
- June 19, 2012: Ingen announced that the company was standing at a key turning point in its history after having developed a unique solution to a growing problem in the $8 billion per year medical respiratory market. Ingen Technologies is positioning itself to be a global player in the months ahead.
- June 12, 2012: Ingen announced that major home healthcare providers and oxygen service providers had made substantial product orders and would debut the Oxyview® product line on their websites while they are seeking to capitalize on the booming aging population and the increase in home healthcare services.
- May 30, 2012: Ingen announced that it agreed to execute a Plan of Reorganization that would include reductions in debt and liabilities, various merger/acquisition proposals, new medical product distribution programs and finally, moving the company from the OTC Pinksheets to a fully reporting company listed on the OTC Markets QX exchange.
Ingen Technologies was incorporated in 1995. It is a medical device manufacturer. The company develops, markets and distributes medical products, with applications in the respiratory device industry. Its primary product is its Oxyview line of products.
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