Trade Update On Nasdaq Profile VUZI (Approximate 29% Short-term Runner)
In case you missed it, my latest breakout idea, VUZI, went on to hit a new 52-week high this week.
Brought to your attention on Wednesday at approximately $3.95, VUZI climbed all the way to a high of $5.10 yesterday.
Overall, that short-term surge turned VUZI into an approximate 29% runner.
With yesterday's big time press release, VUZI could continue this recent green trend in the days to come.
Plus, as I've mentioned previously, VUZI has multiple bullishly triggered technicals in the short, medium, and long-terms that cannot be understated.
Here's a full list from Barchart.
With the website's "TrendSpotter" composite indicator now triggered as a "BUY," VUZI is being reported as a "100% BUY" recommendation on overall technical indicators.
Make sure VUZI remains at the top of your watch-list today.
New Profile To Watch - Horrison Resources Inc. (HRSR)
The market is officially open and you don't have much time to get this potential breakout idea pulled up, so let me cut to the chase...
- At the moment, demand for Agarwood chips far outweighs supply. (Source 1)
- Global demand could create a $64Bn market by 2029, says Persistence Market Research (Source 2)
- To help meet demand, Horrison Resources recently acquired 1,000 Agarwood trees.
- Referred to as “Liquid Gold,” Agarwood can fetch up to $100K per kilogram, as one of the most commercially valuable plant species in the world. (Source 3)
Horrison Resources Inc. (HRSR) is a company that engages in exploring various business, joint venture and partnership opportunities within the agriculture and timber industries which are in line with the company’s mission to green the earth and tackle the climate crisis.
The company plants, develops, researches, harvests, cultivates and grows plantations with focus on Aquilaria (which is also known as Agarwood) species across the Asia regions while conserving the nature habitat in a most sustainable and environmentally friendly manner.
To help meet growing demand, Horrison Resources recently acquired 1,000 Agarwood trees.
Horrison Resources Inc. announced the completion of the acquisition of 1,000 Aquilaria (also known as Agarwood) trees as part of its effort to combine long term financial growth of the company and to help tackle the climate crisis.
The acquisition of the 1,000 Agarwood trees could deliver strong and steady long term value and ultimate growth to the company and its shareholders with its oils under sizable, growing demand around the world.
Take a moment and get HRSR pulled up.