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4 Technology & Health Stocks to Watch
08/09/2019 11:40 am EST
Here are four stocks in the technology and healthcare sectors that are looking to breakout, writes Harry Boxer.
These four technology and health-related stocks are looking strong technically and could lead a broad market rebound.
Maxar Technologies Inc. (MAXR) jumped 84¢, or 11.7%, to $8.01 on Wednesday on 3.8 million shares, or more than 1.5x its average volume. The Canadian-American space company reported increased profits despite a decline in revenue. The move broke the stock above the month-long declining channel, positioning it right at lateral resistance. If it can get through $8.75, watch for a move next to $10-$10.50.
NeoGenomics, Inc. (NEO) rose $1.25 to $26 on 905,500 shares Wednesday on no news from the operator of cancer-focused genetic testing labs. The stock has been in an orderly up-channel all year, and right now is near lateral resistance from the intraday highs of $26.14 on Wednesday and last Friday. A move through there could get it to $28.75-$29 next.
Invitae Corporation (NVTA) advanced $1.88 to $26.79 on 6.2 million shares Wednesday after the genetic information company topped revenue estimates in its quarterly financial report. The move rallied the stock nicely off the bottom of its two-month up-channel, and it's now at lateral resistance in the upper range of the channel. Watch for a move to $32 next.
Smith Micro Software, Inc. (SMSI) popped 57¢, or 10.4%, to $6.02 on nearly 1.6 million shares Wednesday on no news. The stock recently gapped up and pulled back for a week in an orderly pennant pattern—a very effective bullish indicator — before breaking out on Wednesday. If the stock can take out the recent high at $6.60, then $8.50 would be the next target.
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