DRYS appeared in Tuesday morning’s extended watchlist, after which time we observed a low of 3.40. Yesterday the stock hit a high of 3.99, marking an overnight move of 17% This morning, it looks like it is gapping up, so we will be monitoring this play today for added gains that could result from the current momentum.
Our first ever mention of DRYS was back on August 22nd, when the stock was trading around 2.20. From that point, yesterday’s high represents a move of 81% As you can see on the chart included, DRYS has been on a steady uptrend since it first hit our radar.
FreeSeas, Inc. FREE
This morning it looks like FREE is gapping up into the mid-.60′s range, so it seems further gains are on the menu. Today the company reported details of a deal that will clean a significant amount of debt from its balance sheet:
Athens, Greece,, Sep 26, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE via COMTEX) — FreeSeas Inc. (Nasdaq CM: FREE)(“FreeSeas” or the “Company”), a transporter of dry-bulk cargoes through the ownership and operation of a fleet of six Handysize vessels and one Handymax vessel, announced today that it has entered into an assignment and amendment agreement (the “Assignment”) with Deutsche Bank Nederland N.V.(“Deutsche Bank”), a Magna Group affiliate fund Hanover Holdings I, LLC (“Hanover”), Crede CG III, Ltd (“Crede”) a wholly-owned subsidiary of Crede Capital Group, and various wholly-owned subsidiaries of the Company.Mr. Ion G. Varouxakis, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Company made the following comments: “We are pleased to enter into the Assignment, which will remove, immediately upon appropriate court approval, approximately $30 million of debt from our balance sheet. >>> FULL STORY