Hot Penny Stocks: Why NEW, ARDX, WTRH, GSAT and NRBO Are Moving Today

There’s loads of hot penny stocks worth checking in on today and we’re taking a look at what some of the top movers are doing!

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Let’s jump right into that penny stock news below.

Hot Penny Stocks for Wednesday

  • Puxin (NYSE:NEW) stock is gaining more than 18% as of this writing on no clear news. It’s likely that retail traders are trying to pump it higher in an effort to push it above $1. This would have it regaining compliance with the New York Stock Exchange’s $1 minimum.
  • Ardelyx (NASDAQ:ARDX) shares on the opposite end of the spectrum with shares taking a more than 18% beating. This comes after a corporate update detailing an FDA meeting. The company is waiting for news from the agency before it can move forward with resubmitting a New Drug Application for tenapanor.
  • Waitr (NASDAQ:WTRH) stock is rising over 51% thanks to a recent SEC filing. In that filing, the company reveals that Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS) has taken a more than 10% stake of its shares.

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