LeapFrog Enterprises

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LeapFrog Enterprises ( LF) designs, develops and markets a family of technology-based learning platforms, related content and learning toys, primarily for infants and for children through age nine, both at home and in schools around the world. This stock is trading up 3.4% at $6.56 in recent trading after hitting a 52-week of $6.59 earlier in the day.

Today's Range: $6.30-$6.59

52-Week Range: $2.57-$6.35

Volume: 627,000

Three-Month Average Volume: 680,774

LeapFrog Enterprise has a market cap of $431 million and an enterprise value of $391 million. The stock trades at a trailing price-to-earnings of 34.17 and a forward price-to-earnings of 16. Its estimated growth rate for this year is 187.5%, and for next year it's pegged at 78.3%. The current short interest as a percentage of the float for LeapFrog Enterprises is rather low at 4.9%.

From a technical perspective, LF is quickly approaching a breakout trade since the stock is within range of some major past overhead resistance of $6.65. That $6.65 level was the highest price the stock has hit in about a year.

Market players should now watch for a sustained high-volume move and close over $6.65 to signal that LF wants to trend higher. Look for volume that's near or well above 680,774 shares. If we get that action today or soon, then look for LF to make a run at its next significant overhead resistance at $7.51.

LeapFrog is one of TheSTreet Ratings' top-rated recreation stocks.

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