Ebet (NASDAQ:EBET) stock is taking off on Wednesday despite a lack of news from the online gambling company.
Traders of EBET stock are seeing the shares rallying without any new press releases or filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). There’s also no new analyst coverage of the stock that explains why the shares are rising.
Instead, investors can look to heavy trading as the reason EBET stock is up today. As of this writing, more than 115 million shares of the company’s stock have changed hands. For the record, its daily average trading volume is about 27 million shares.
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One thing investors will want to remember is that Ebet is considering strategic alternatives. The company announced this a few weeks ago as part of a plan to maximize its portfolio. The company notes that this could result in the merger or sales of the business, as well as other options.
Investors will also keep in mind that EBET is a penny stock. That comes from its market capitalization of just $1.702 million and its prior trading price of only 4 cents. That means it’s subject to volatility as retail and day traders can easily take large stakes in the company.
EBET stock is up 36.4% as of Wednesday morning but was down 92.5% year-to-date when markets closed yesterday.
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