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NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Sirius XM ( SIRI) was one of several stocks trading below $5 poised to move on above-average volume Monday on indications it will be added to the Russell 3000 as part of the index's reconstitution. Sirius XM shares were gaining ground in early trading Monday after the company's stock was included on the preliminary additions and deletions for the Russell 3000 and Russell Global index as part of their annual reconstitutions. The final membership lists will be released on June 28, following updates on June 18 and June 25. The news came after analyst David Gober of Morgan Stanley initiated coverage on Sirius XM Friday without a rating on the stock. "After completing the Sirius/XM merger, a refinancing of its balance sheet and weathering the recent recession, Sirius XM has emerged as a more stable company with several key opportunities," Gober wrote in a research note. Shares of Sirius XM rose by 2 cents, or 2%, to $1.03 in the premarket session. The 50-day average daily volume for Sirius XM is 112.27 million, according to the Nasdaq.
Elsewhere, Netlist ( NLST) shares continued to rally, jumping by 35 cents, or 14.3%, to $2.80 in the premarket session after the company on Friday said its HyperCloud memory module has been selected to run on British IT solutions provider Viglen's servers to support High Performance Computing (HPC) applications. Netlist shares rallied nearly 30% on Friday following the announcement. The 50-day average daily volume for Netlist is 798,000. TIB Financial ( TIBB) also gained ground, adding 6 cents, or 9.6%, to 70 cents in the premarket session, after the company said it will raise $150 million in capital through an offering of common stock and/or newly created shares of mandatorily convertible preferred stock. The 50-day average daily volume for TIB Financial is 304,000. -- Written by Robert Holmes in Boston. Check out all of Monday's high-volume, under-$5 stocks at the Dollar Store. View the Dollar Store portfolio on StockPickr. Follow Robert Holmes on Twitter and become a fan of TheStreet.com on Facebook.