Unico American (UNAM) falls 4.06% on Strong Volume January 14

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Unico American Corp. (NASDAQ: UNAM) shares fell 4.06%, or $0.1313 per share, to close Friday at $3.31. After opening the day at $3.24, shares of Unico American fluctuated between $3.36 and $3.00. 11,275 shares traded hands an increase from their 30 day average of 8,462. Friday's activity brought Unico American’s market cap to $16,445,075.

About Unico American Corp.

Headquartered in Calabasas, California, Unico is an insurance holding company whose subsidiaries underwrite and market property and casualty insurance, and transact health insurance, insurance premium financing and membership association services. Since 1985, the majority of Unico's financial activity has been related to the operations of its Crusader Insurance Company subsidiary.

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