Borqs Technologies (NASDAQ:BRQS) stock is on the rise Wednesday despite a lack of any news coming from the Internet of Things (IoT) company.
Here’s what you need to know about Borqs Technologies and what has shares of BRQS stock on the move today.
- Borqs Technologies is an IoT company that focuses on developing and deploying products and solutions in that space.
- The company was founded in 2007 and specifically works on making smart-enabled products that connect to Android mobile devices.
- It went public in August 2017 and trades shares on the Nasdaq Exchange under the BRQS stock ticker.
- Borqs Technologies operates research centers in China, India, Korea, and the U.S.
- The recent interest in BRQS stock comes from retail traders looking to boost it higher.
- There’s been plenty of talk about the stock on social media as traders take notice.
- That includes Twitter user Antonio Costa promoting the stock to his roughly 144,000 followers.
- The same is also true for Reddit with users on the PennyStocks subreddit talking about BRQS’ potential.
- To go along with all of this, BRQS stock is seeing heavy trading today.
- As of this writing, more than 91 million shares of the stock have changed hands.
- That’s a massive increase over the company’s daily average trading volume of roughly 2.9 million shares.
BRQS stock was up 44.5% as of Wednesday morning.
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