Instead, today’s movement is likely tied to a recent rally the company’s shares went through on Friday. That resulted in SAI stock closing out normal trading hours on Friday up 222.4%. That came with heavy trading as some 44 million shares changed hands. For comparison, its daily average trading volume is closer to 754,000 shares.
Considering that massive rally, it makes sense that shares of SAI stock would give up some of those gains. This also comes with heavy trading as some 1.3 million shares of the stock have been traded in pre-market hours this morning.
What to Know About SAI Stock
SAI.TECH Global operates two businesses. The first focuses on the creation of mining infrastructure for BTC. Its second business is designed around helping businesses switch over to clean energy. This allows for crossover as it sets customers up with clean Bitcoin mining infrastructures.
SAI.TECH Global was founded in 2019 by Arthur Lee, who continues to lead the company as its CEO and holds a Board of Directors seat. Lee created the company after dropping out of Zhejiang University after seeing a market for helping BTC miners switch to green energy.
SAI stock is down 22% as of Monday’s pre-market trading.
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