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Quantum Fuel Systems(QTWW - Get Report) is an integrated alternative energy company engaged in the development and production of advanced clean propulsion systems, and renewable energy generation systems and services. This stock is trading up 2.7% at $1.54 in recent trading. I also featured it a week ago in another look at
stocks under $10 moving higher.
Today's Range: $1.45-$1.95
52-week Range: $1.02-$10.80
Three-Month Average Volume: 163,850
Shares of QTWW are trending higher today after the company reported second-quarter revenue that hit $13 million, up 233% from the same quarter last year.
technical standpoint, QTWW tagged its 200-day
moving average of $1.92 today before pulling back to its current price near $1.60 on solid volume.
Market players should now watch for the next buy point to trigger once QTWW can sustain a high-volume move and close back above the 50-day and then above some near-term resistance at $1.96.
Siga Technologies(SIGA - Get Report) is engaged in the research, development and commercialization of products for the prevention and treatment of serious infectious diseases, including products for use in defense against biological warfare agents such as smallpox and arena viruses. This stock is trading up 33.2% at $2.45 in recent trading.
Today's Range: $1.78-$2.54
52-week Range: $1.84-$15.66
Volume: 1.7 million
Three-Month Average Volume: 721,633
From a technical standpoint, SIGA has hit a major breakout today now that the stock has moved back above some past overhead resistance at $2.16 on huge volume. Market players should now watch for a sustained high-volume move and close back above its 50-day moving average of $2.80.
If we get that move soon, then this stock could setup to re-test some previous resistance at $3.25 to $3.58 in the near-term.
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