Another stock that looks poised to trigger a near-term breakout trade is SeaWorld Entertainment (SEAS), which owns and operates ten theme parks within the U.S. Some of its brands include SeaWorld, Busch Gardens and Shamu, among others. This company recently came public and the stock has been on a tear with shares up 14%.
If you take a look at the chart for SeaWorld Entertainment, you'll notice that this stock recently spiked lower to $34.62 a share following their first public earnings report. That spike was quickly bought up and the stock closed back above $37 a share. Shares of SEAS are now quickly approaching a near-term breakout trade above its all-time, which it hit a few weeks.
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