Franchise Holding International, Inc. FNHI
We’ve been tracking FNHI very closely, and it seems each time we update our readers on its performance, it has gone on to set new highs. Yesterday’s session was no exception, as the stock once again hit a new upper limit, and extended our already impressive witnessed range even further.
As we’ve mentioned on multiple occasions now, our initial tag on FNHI came on the 8th of this month, and shortly thereafter we’d observe a low of .0061 in the stock. As of our report yesterday, we had seen a rise to .0449, for an overall move of 636%
We also mentioned that it had closed with strength on Friday, holding most of its daily advance into the close, so we’d want to watch for a continuation of the trend and that’s just what we got. The stock touched a low of .0359 in the morning before making a steady bullish push throughout the day and hitting a new high of .0574. That worked out to an intraday move of 60% and extended our total witnessed range on the stock to an enormous 841% in a matter of roughly three weeks!
U.S. Stem Cell, Inc. USRM
We included USRM in our report yesterday for the first time in several months, and caught it just in the nick of time to have a chance at a very nice intraday gain.
The stock performed exceedingly well, running from an early low of .014, and spending essentially the entire session pressing northward, as it reached .0241 for a daily pop of 72% and closed with a lot of strength at .024, just a tick below the high-of-day. Volume was strong as well, with more than quadruple the 30-day average number of shares changing hands, so we’re definitely going to leave an eye peeled for USRM moving forward.
iBrands Corp. IBRC
Lastly- Despite tanking into the close, IBRC was another stock we were watching yesterday to make a solid move. That move came in the first half of the session where it rose from its morning low of .0036 and reached as high as .0063 around 11:30am.
That represented an intraday upswing of 75% The stock did of course fall off into the close, but that doesn’t mean we’re not still paying attention. The kind of volatility we’re seeing in IBRC can really be leveraged to our advantage with properly timed swing trades that could be up for grabs once the stock finds and bounces off of a solid support level.
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