Trading volume for Industrial Services of America, was 313 by the end of trading on Tuesday. Trading volume was down 98.14% under the stocks average daily volume.
Traders are feeling more bullish on the company recently at least if you consider the motion in short interest. The company realized a fall in short interest between September 29, 2017 and October 13, 2017 of -10.13%. Short shares decreased from 37,508 to 33,709 over that period. The days to cover increased to 5.0 and the percentage of shorted shares is 0.00% as of October 13.
Additionally, here are a few investment firms who have increased or decreased their stake in (IDSA). Vanguard Group Inc divested its position by selling 105,751 shares a decrease of 99.5% in the quarter. Vanguard Group Inc owns 500 shares valued at $1,000. The value of the position overall is down by 99.4%. Grt Capital Partners L.l.c. expanded its stake by buying 47,299 shares an increase of 46.8% as of 06/30/2017. Grt Capital Partners L.l.c. claims 148,357 shares with a value of $221,000. The total value of its holdings increased 31.5%.
Blackrock Inc. added to its investment by buying 508 shares an increase of 16.5%. Blackrock Inc. controls 3,579 shares worth $5,000. The value of the position overall is down by 0.0%. As of quarter end Ubs Group Ag had disposed of 68 shares trimming its holdings by 1.2%. The value of the investment in (IDSA) went from $10,000 to $9,000 a change of $1,000 quarter to quarter.
The company is up from yesterday’s close of $1.75. Shares last traded at $1.75 which is a tad above $1.75, the stock’s 50 day moving average and significantly higher than the 200 day moving average of $1.52. The 50 day moving average was up $0.00 and the 200 day average went up by +15.34%.
Industrial Services of America, Inc. (ISA), launched on October 2, 1953, buys, processes and markets ferrous and non-ferrous metals, and other recyclable commodities. The Company operates through Recycling Segment. The Business’s Recycling Segment collects, purchases, processes and sells ferrous and non-ferrous scrap metal to steel mini-mills, integrated steel makers, foundries and refineries. The Company buys, dismantles and sells used auto parts. The Company purchases ferrous and non-ferrous scrap metal from industrial and commercial generators of steel, iron, aluminum, copper, stainless steel and other metals, as well as from scrap dealers and retail customers who deliver these materials to its facilities. It processes scrap metal through sorting, cutting and baling. Its non-ferrous scrap recycling operations consist of collecting, sorting and processing various grades of copper, aluminum, stainless steel and brass. Its used automobile yard purchases automobiles so that retail customers can locate and remove used parts for purchase..Advertisement