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BTBD Stock: The Social Media Chatter That Is Giving Fast Food Play BT Brands a Big Boost Today

BT Brands (NASDAQ:BTBD) stock is rising higher on Monday and it’s thanks to increasing chatter on social media.

a bacon cheeseburger representing BTBD Stock

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BT Brands is a fast-food company focused on burgers. The company currently operates nine Burger Time locations across North Dakota, Minnesota, and South Dakota.

Before investors go take a stake in BTBD stock, note that today’s rise comes with little news. Instead, it looks like a case of social media traders sending a penny stock higher. That means we’re likely to see the stock fall against once the pump is over.

With that covered, let’s look in on the latest BTBD talk on Twitter (NYSE:TWTR).

BTBD Stock Twitter Chatter

We’re seeing heavy trading for BTBD stock today alongside the social media talk. That has some 6 million shares on the move as of this writing. This is a massive boost compared to the company’s daily average trading volume of about 115,000 shares.

BTBD stock is up 24.3% as of Monday morning.

Investors searching for more hot stock market news today are in the right place!

InvestorPlace has all the stock news traders need with our daily deep dives into the market. A few examples for Monday include Peloton (NASDAQ:PTON) stock taking another fall, Exterran (NYSE:EXTN) stock rising on merger talk, as well as what has the stock market down today. You can get up to speed on these topics at the following links!

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