Stocks in different league compared to Dow – MEIL, VBFC, BIOF, QLIK, & CHFN

Boston, MA 02/16/2013 (wallstreetpr) – Methes Energies International Ltd. (NASDAQ:MEIL): Stock of Methes Energies International Ltd. (NASDAQ:MEIL) was up by 34.66% to close at $5.4 after it signed a contract for the sale of 50 rail cars of biodiesel.

Village Bank & Trust Financial Corp. (NASDAQ:VBFC): Shares of Village Bank & Trust Financial Corp. (NASDAQ:VBFC) has seen a continuous rally since 27th Dec’2012. The stock has doubled from a low of $0.87 and currently trading at $2.57 up by 26.60% in yesterday’s trade.

BioFuel Energy Corp (NASDAQ:BIOF): BioFuel Energy Corp (NASDAQ:BIOF) which is into the business of production and sale of Ethanol products gave a major breakout on 8th February, 2013 and since then the stock hasn’t looked back. It is closed yesterday’s session at $6.73 up by 22.36% compared to previous trading session.

Qlik Technologies, Inc (NASDAQ:QLIK): Qlik Technologies, Inc (NASDAQ:QLIK) was up in yesterday’s trading session by 17.89% to close at $26.83. Yesterday the stock was upgraded by RBC Capital markets to Outperform with a target of $23-$32. Company declared stellar set of results after it reported an increase of 27% in sales which were way above analyst estimates.

Charter Financial Corp. (NASDAQ:CHFN): Charter Financial Corp. (NASDAQ:CHFN) surged by 6.28% to close at $12.69 with an increase in volume of 1,499% increase compared to its average volume after it received required regulatory approval for its financial stock offering. Charter Financial Corp. (NASDAQ:CHFN) would be offering common stock anywhere between 11 million to 15 million shares of common stock at the rate of $10 per share.

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