IZON has traveled from its 52 week low of $.0001 to a high of $.49 today with most of its upward movement attained after the company released acquisition news on March 8th. On that day plenty of shares were offered below $.01 a share. Today the stock wasn't sold for less than $.29 a share, and for as much as $.49 a share.
To put this IZON move into perspective, had you purchased $1,000 worth of IZON on March 8th, you would be able to see that stock for between $29,000 and $49,000 today.
Not every penny stock soars 2,000%, most do just the opposite. Finding the ones that are ready to soar before everyone else is what trading penny stocks is all about. Those who bought IZON and held for these amazing gains are to be congratulated.
DELRAY BEACH, Fla., Mar 8, 2012 (GlobeNewswire via COMTEX) -- InZon Corporation (OTC: IZON) today announced that it entered into a share exchange agreement on March 6, 2012 to acquire all outstanding shares of American Visiontech Co. Ltd, a private limited liability company, subject to completing its due diligence. American Visiontech Co. Ltd. (AVC) is a privately held investment holding company registered in British Virgin Islands with headquarters in Los Angles, California.
About InZon Corp.
The company utilizes Voice over Internet Protocol ("VoIP") technology to provide complete voice, fax, data and conference call services on an ASP platform utilizing its own worldwide hybrid VoIP/TDM (Traditional Voice) network. The company's hybrid TDM and IP Telephony technology use leading edge monitoring and management software to thoroughly evaluate profitability in real-time and employ dynamic routing that allow its systems to immediately react to changing network conditions and reroute based on predefined criteria.
The company is located at 238 NE First Ave, in Delray Beach, FL., and maintains telecom equipment installations at this office and at 60 Hudson Street, in New York. For more information, please refer to the corporate web site http://www.inzon.com.
About American Visiontech Company Limited
America Vision-tech Co., Ltd (AVC) is a private company registered in British Virgin Island (BVI) that focuses in equity investment in public and private companies. The headquarters is in Los Angles, United States and corporate web site is http://www.americanvc.com
AVC has several branch offices in the Asia Pacific region, mainly investing in high technology companies and high growth enterprises in various industries. It looks for Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) opportunities and also invests in Initial Public Offerings (IPO) opportunities.
AVC focuses on assisting Chinese companies to go public in the United States and Canada. AVC has a team of professionals bringing in valuable capital market experience for those Small and Medium Enterprises (SME).
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