Block Trading and Options Highlights for VeriSign (VRSN)

Posted on 11/30/2012 by Ella Gold

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NEW YORK (AVAFIN) -- In an effort to determine if stock trades will be profitable, investors often assess block trades data used by both large and small institutions. By the end of the market session, financial institutions exchanged 177 block trades. Further analysis into yesterdays's trading activity reveal that 6,664,080 shares were bought and 2,957,379 shares were sold, yielding a 2.25 bought/sold ratio.

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A closer look at option trading reveals that a total of 44,422 call and 48,213 put contracts were traded yielding a 1.09 put/call ratio.

VeriSign provides Internet naming services, acting as the exclusive registrar for.com,.net,.name, and a few other generic top-level domains. In addition, the firm offers Internet infrastructure services such as enterprise network security, monitoring, and attack prevention. VeriSign was founded in 1995 and is headquartered in Reston, Va.

The last trading session witnessed a low of $32.81 and high of $34.75 during the day. Shares of VeriSign slipped $5.19 (13.19%) to $34.15. The current trading volume of 44M is greater than average volume of 3M shares. The stock's 52 week low is $32.56 and 52 week high is $50.15. To date, the stock has lost -0.13% within the last month.


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