LGIQ Stock: 6 Things to Know About Penny Stock Logiq as Shares Leap Today


Logiq (OTCMKTS:LGIQ) stock is seeing massive gains on Wednesday after announcing a partnership with GumGum.
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Let’s take a look at the news below and what investors need to know about the two companies.

William Merchan, head of Verity at GumGum, said this about today’s news sending LGIQ stock higher.

“We are excited to bring our contextual and brand safety solution to the Logiq Digital Marketing platform. Accounting for context has proven to be a superior targeting method, especially compared to using third-party cookies. The decisions by media platforms to phase out the usage of third-party cookies further underscores the value and importance of contextual targeting.”

LGIQ stock is seeing heavier-than-normal trading today with some 124,000 shares changing hands. For comparison, the company’s daily average trading volume is about 76,000 shares.

LGIQ stock was up 12.2% as of Wednesday afternoon.

Of course, there are other major stock movers today worth checking in on.



Fortunately, InvestorPlace has them all together in one place. That includes the latest news that has Boeing (NYSE:BA), Support.com (NASDAQ:SPRT), and Grove, Inc. (NASDAQ:GRVI) shares heading higher today. You can learn all about these topics at the following links!

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