Will The Nasdaq Market See This Breakout Idea Blaze Out Of Monday's Opening Bell? 3 Potential Catalysts To Know
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Hot off three bangers, I've got a new breakout idea to radar up immediately.
But hold your horses for a second while we take a little trip down memory lane.
Over the last few weeks of July, I've brought 3 different breakout profiles to your attention.
First came (ENVB), a Nasdaq profile on a mission.
After closing at $.2416 a few Fridays ago, ENVB arrived at Monday's opening bell with authority when it ran to a high of $.37 for a move of approximately 53%.
Next came (SQL) that blazed its way approximately 33% from an open of $.84 on its way to a high of $1.12 the following session.
Most recently, (DXF) leaped from this past Wednesday's close of $.44 to a high of $.52 the next day for a move of approximately 18%.
Overall, 3 profiles put together moves of over 100% combined.
Good, great, grand, wonderful. What's next? This.
At 11:00AM EST Sunday, I'm delivering a new report on a Nasdaq company currently flying below the radar.
But for how long?
If you factor in what you're about to read below, it may not be for too much longer. Check this out:
3 Key Potential Catalysts - Vital Info To Know Now
1. News. News. And more news. This company has been on the warpath in 2022 signing agreement after agreement with top industry leaders.
Could another batch of big news be right around the corner?
2. A low float. That's right. This is another low float profile like several previous breakout runners. With a low float, the potential for volatility always needs to be noted. And right now, Yahoo Finance is reporting this profile to have fewer than 16Mn shares in its float.
3. Over at TipRanks, they are reporting that at least one analyst is providing a target in the $5.00 range which demonstrates significant upside potential for this profile from current trading levels.
In fact, the target gives over 70% of potential upside from its closing valuation Thursday.
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