(XCPL) Is A Low Float Profile With An Explosive Chart History, Requires Your Full Focus Today
My Last Alert Surged 45% Short Term!
How about our alert last Wednesday, KULR?
A former champ, KULR rocked the markets this past hump day as it opened at $2.14 and rocketed to a high of $2.63 on the session.
Overall, that KULR move resulted in a 22% intraday move and made that profile a 2X champ in 2021.
The best part though? KULR wasn't done.
Hitting a high of $3.10+ on Tuesday, KULR has now made an overall surge of 45% in the blink of an eye.
Now, I've been keeping tabs on a new breakout idea and due to a couple potential catalysts it could be set for a possible vertical move.
Right now, there is only one profile to get on your screen for Wednesday, October 27th:
*XCPCNL Business Services Corporation (XCPL)*
XCPCNL is a full-service staffing agency focused on creating successful partnerships with local companies by understanding each client’s unique needs and striving for excellence with every placement. XCPCNL provides clients with payroll, HR, workers’ compensation insurance and administrative services.
XCPCNL finds jobs for individuals including temporary assignments, seasonal positions, and evaluation-to-hire opportunities that could lead to a full-time, permanent placement. XCPCNL serves as a bridge to find the right fit for both clients and employees. XCPCNL pays special attention to each business’ unique needs and strives to help employers grow their businesses while helping employees develop their careers.
XCPCNL’s future strategy is to acquire selected, established business services companies, information technology companies, and consulting firms that meet XCPCNL’s criteria. XCPCNL proposes to create value by providing diversified vertical and cross-selling opportunities to target firms, realizing savings from consolidating operations and leveraging a centralized back-office.
And Right Now, XCPL Has 2 Potential Breakout Catalysts...
#1. According to the OTC Markets website, this profile has approximately 5.6Mn unrestricted shares. With so few shares available for trading, volatility could be in the cards for this low float profile on a daily basis.
#2. This profile has a chart history of making significant double-digit intraday or short term explosive moves.
Could its next one be right around the corner?
Just take a quick look at XCPL's 1-year chart: