BUYINS.NET Updates Amarantus BioSciences SqueezeTrigger Report
NEWPORT BEACH, Mar 14, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE via COMTEX) --
Approximately 532 Million Shares Shorted Since June 2011
Short Squeeze Continues as Stock Above $0.0632 SqueezeTrigger Price
BUYINS.NET, http://www.buyins.net, a leading provider of Regulation SHO compliance monitoring, short sale trading statistics and market integrity surveillance, has updated coverage on Amarantus BioSciences (OTCBB:AMBS) after releasing the latest short sale data through March 13, 2013. The total aggregate number of shares shorted since June 2011 is approximately 532 million shares. Approximately 29.71% of daily trading volume is short selling. The SqueezeTrigger price for all AMBS shares shorted is $0.0632. A short squeeze is underway as stock is above its SqueezeTrigger Price.
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Friction Factor calculates if a fair market is being made in the shares of AMBS. 43% of the previous 37 trading days have been positive or bullish-biased and 57% have been negative or bearish-biased.
Regulation SHO requires bona-fide market-making activities to include making purchases and sales in roughly comparable amounts. The Commission has stated that bona-fide market-making DOES NOT include activity that is related to speculative selling strategies or investment purposes of the broker-dealer and is disproportionate to the usual market making patterns or practices of the broker-dealer in that security. Likewise, where a market-maker posts continually at or near the best offer, but does not also post at or near the best bid, the market-maker's activities would not generally qualify as bona-fide market-making. Moreover, a market-maker that continually executes short sales away from its posted quotes would generally not be considered to be engaging in bona-fide market-making.
BUYINS.NET monitors AMBS market-makers daily for compliance with Fair Market-Making Requirements.
BUYINS.NET, http://www.buyins.net, monitors trading in all US stocks in real time and maintains massive databases of short sale and naked short sale time and sales data, short squeeze SqueezeTrigger prices, market-maker price movements, shareholder data, statistical data on earnings, sector correlation, seasonality, hedge fund trading strategies and comparable valuations. Reports include:
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BUYINS.NET is not a registered investment advisor and nothing contained in any materials should be construed as a recommendation to buy or sell any securities. AMBS has paid $1,116 per month to purchase data to be provided in six monthly reports. AMBS has not approved the statements made in this release. Please read our report and visit our web site, http://www.buyins.net, for complete risks and disclosures.
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