NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Here are two health care and two technology stocks to watch for continued momentum.

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1. Amedisys

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Amedisys (AMED) - Get Report, a home health and hospice care provider, has been in a rising channel since last June, when it broke out of a base. The stock wedged and broke out again several times, running to the top of the channel, and has been consolidating since the start of this year. In the last month, the stock has rallied off support and looks poised to break out of its consolidation, especially with the big day Wednesday, up $2.54, or 8.7%, to $31.67 on 674,400 shares traded on an analyst upgrade. That's the biggest volume on an up-day since October. It closed slightly above the prior high, which is important in terms of the breakaway move. The target is the top of the channel at $39-to-$39.50.

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2. Cellectis

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Cellectis (CLLS) - Get Report, a fairly new biopharma IPO, has done extremely well in the last three days, in particular. It had an explosive pop on Monday, an inside day on Tuesday, and followed through on Wednesday, up $4.54, or 12.4%, to $40.99 on 1.5 million shares traded. The stock had gotten as high as $43.55 intraday. With the momentum here and the month-long base having been completed, the stock could run up to the mid-to-high $40's before it begins a pullback. Watch for another extension in the next day or two.

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3. NeoPhotonics

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NeoPhotonics (NPTN) - Get Report, a swing trade pick of ours, is doing great. The semiconductor firm rallied over 100% in March, pulled back perfectly into early May, and popped again and flagged recently. On Wednesday, it rose for the third day in a row, up 44 cents, or 5.6%, to $8.28 on big volume of 1.3 million shares. Targets are $9.75 and $11.50-to-$12.

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4. Silicon Motion Technology

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Silicon Motion Technology (SIMO) - Get Report had a big pop on Wednesday, up $2.66, or 8.4%, to $34.38 on 1.5 million shares. That's the best volume in a couple months for this semiconductor company. The move broke the stock out of a month-long wedge and through a lateral resistance level at the April highs. Short-term the stock should get to 36-36.25, and then, if it extends to the top of the channel, look for a run up to the low $40's.

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This article is commentary by an independent contributor. At the time of publication, the author held no positions in the stocks mentioned.