Myomo, Inc. MYO
We were just mentioning yesterday to kick off the week, how our mention of MYO in Friday’s premarket report. and how it had run from 10.10 to 18.20 for an 80% move on big volume. We stated our ongoing interest in the stock, and even cautioned that a dip-and-rip formation could materialize early on before MYO went on to confirm its status as a multi-day runner.
We don’t own a crystal ball, but you might have had a hard time believing that yesterday. The stock behaved precisely as we suggested it may, pulling back slightly in the first 15 minutes of the session before embarking on a day-long bull run to new highs.
MYO dipped to 14.51 before ripping its way to 23.20, for an intraday push of 60% and a two-session swing from our observed low on Friday (10.10) amounting to 130% We can’t remember the last time we called a ten dollar stock and saw it record a double-bagger inside of two days, but it doesn’t happen very often for stocks trading at a high multiple. Cheers to anyone who was along for the ride!
ReWalk Robotics Ltd. RWLK
We also want to give ourselves a quick pat on the back for spotting RWLK in the premarket yesterday and including it in our report. The stock had just begun to inch up on Friday, but yesterday its run realy kicked into gear.
RWLK ran from a low of 1.40-1.95 for a modest yet solid intraday pop of 39%, but that figure has been notably extended in the premarket this morning with a new high of 2.10, which pushes our observed range in under 24 hours to an even 50%
We’ll look for RWLK to establish higher highs and higher lows once again to confirm it as a multi-day runner and stay interested in tracking it moving forward.
Delcath Systems, Inc. DCTH
We also want to do a recap of DCTH, which we last mentioned at the beginning of last week on the 12th. Subsequent to that report, we observed as DCTH saw a low of .0413 the following day. Despite having a little trouble breaking through resistance in later sessions, yesterday did the trick as the stock hit .10, marking a move of 142% in the span of one trading week.
Enphase Energy, Inc. ENPH
ENPH has slowly but surely been making some headway in coming up off of its annual lows established in May, but this morning the stock is gapping considerably, into the ninety-cent range.
We want to place this stock on watch in the wake of what we believe to be the catalyst for this activity – an Edgar filing alluding to a “Master Licensing Agreement” the company granted to Flextronics Industrial, Ltd. (>>View 8-K)
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