Stockpickr Lists: ValueClick

The online ad player's shares rose on heavy trading, after Microsoft scooped up a rival for $6 billion.
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Editor's Note: In this feature from Stockpickr, we highlight lists of stocks that have made new highs or lows or seen other unusual activity.

Rising on Unusual Volume: Online ad player

ValueClick

(VCLK)

jumped 7.6% to $30 on furious trading, landing atop Stockpickr's Rising on Unusual Volume list. Volume increased tenfold after word broke Friday of

Microsoft's

(MSFT) - Get Report

$6 billion deal for

aQuantive

(AQNT)

, another online ad company.

52-Week Highs:

Buffalo Wild Wings

(BWLD)

hit a 52-week high of $83.91 after announcing a 2-for-1 stock split.

Biggest % Gainers:

Odyssey Marine Exploration

(OMR)

, which explores and recovers deep-water shipwrecks, had the biggest percentage gain on Friday. The stock soared 81% to $8.32 after finding what's believed to be the "largest collection of coins ever excavated from a historical shipwreck site." The company also believes the site is "beyond the territorial waters or legal jurisdiction of any country."

Biggest % Losers:

CalAmp

(CAMP) - Get Report

had the day's biggest percentage drop. Shares plummeted 38% to $4.85 after the wireless-equipment provider reported a smaller fourth-quarter profit and warned of a first-quarter loss.

52-WeekLows: CalAmp's plunge also resulted in the stock hitting its52-week low.

Stocks with Unusual Option Activity:

NRG Energy

(NRG) - Get Report

, which closed at $85.97 Friday, $1.01 short of its 52-week high, topped the list of stocks with unusual options activity.

Latest Activist Situations: Shamrock Activist Value Fund disclosed a 5.2% stake in

Reddy Ice Holdings

(FRZ)

, a maker of prepackaged ice products and bottled water.

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