10 Stocks Hitting 52-Week Lows As Dow Breaks Back Above 12,000
Here are some of the top stocks that just hit their lowest price in the past 12 months:
1) Medifast Inc. (NYSE:MED): Down 24.06% to $16.63. Medifast, Inc. combines physician-supervised weight loss programs with nutritional supplements and multidisciplinary patient education programs. The Company provides an Internet-based physician and medical practitioner network to consumers. Medifast also provides a corporate wellness program for large corporations, associations, and their health insurance carriers.
2) Motorola Mobility Holdings, Inc (NYSE:MMI): Up 0.6% to $25.36. Motorola Mobility Holdings Inc. provides advanced mobile media solutions and multi-screen technologies. The Company develops products that include consumer mobile phones, business-ready smartphones accessories, cordless phones, and home networking products.
3) Princeton Review Inc. (NASDAQ:REVU): Down 23.53% to $0.39. The Princeton Review, Inc. and its subsidiaries provide courses that prepare students for college, graduate school and other admissions tests. The Company offers these courses at various locations as well as over the Internet. The Princeton Review also authors content for various books and software products published by third parties and operates several Websites.
4) Tellabs Inc. (NASDAQ:TLAB): Up 2.57% to $5.19. Tellabs, Inc. designs, manufactures, markets, and services voice, data, and video transport and network access systems. The Company’s products are used worldwide by public telephone companies, long-distance carriers, alternate service providers, cellular service providers, cable operators, government agencies, utilities, and business end-users.
5) Smith & Wesson Holding Corporation (NASDAQ:SWHC): Down 10.03% to $3.50. Smith & Wesson Holding Corporation produces handguns, law enforcement products, and firearm safety and security products. The Company also manufactures handcuffs, and markets Smith & Wesson branded bicycles, apparel, and other products. Smith & Wesson’s products are sold to law enforcement personnel, military personnel, target shooters, and collectors throughout the world.
6) E-Commerce China Dangdang Inc. (NYSE:DANG): Up 1.99% to $23.02. E-Commerce China Dangdang, Inc. is a business-to-consumer Internet retailer. The Company sells books and other media; beauty and personal care; home and lifestyle; baby, children and maternity products; and various apparel including jackets, shoes, and men’s and women’s apparel.
7) hhgregg, Inc. (NYSE:HGG): Down 1.15% to $13.78. hhgregg, Inc. retails video products, brand name appliances, audio products and accessories.
8) Cisco Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:CSCO): Up 0.17% to $17.95. Cisco Systems, Inc. supplies data networking products for the Internet. The Company’s Internet Protocol-based networking solutions are installed at corporations, public institutions and telecommunication companies worldwide. The Company’s solutions transport data, voice, and video within buildings, across campuses, and around the world.
9) Camelot Information Systems Inc. (NYSE:CIS): Up 0.46% to $15.42. Camelot Information Systems, Inc., through its subsidiaries, provides enterprise application services and financial industry information technology (NYSE:IT) services. The Company offers its services to a range of industries, including financial, resources & energy, manufacturing & automobiles, technology, and telecommunication.
10) Hilltop Holdings Inc. (NYSE:HTH): Up 1.3% to $9.37. Hilltop Holdings Inc. is a holding company that is seeking to make an opportunistic acquisitions or effect a business combination. The Company also provide fire and homeowners insurance to low value dwellings and manufactured homes primarily in Texas and other areas of the south, southeastern and southwestern United States through its subsidiary.