Why Is Inno (INHD) Stock Up 46% Today?


  • Inno (INHD) stock is rising on Monday with heavy trading.
  • That’s despite a lack of news concerning the company.
  • This may be due to its penny stock status.
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Inno (NASDAQ:INHD) stock is on the rise Monday alongside heavy pre-market trading of the steel and mobile home manufacturing company’s shares.

That heavy trading has more than 8.7 million shares of INHD stock changing hands as of this writing. That’s well above the company’s daily average trading volume of only about 67,000 shares.

Investors will note this movement comes without any news from the company. That includes a lack of press releases or filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). There’s also no new analyst coverage that would cause Inno shares to rally as they have.

What is worth keeping in mind is the company’s penny stock status. That comes from its low daily average trading volume, the prior closing price of 63 cents per share and its market capitalization of only $13.084 million.

What That Means for INHD Stock

All of these are signs that Inno’s shares could be undergoing a pump and dump. It’s worth noting that the company’s float is sitting at 3.9 million units when considering this option.

With this possibility present, INHD stock isn’t an investment for the risk-averse trader this morning. That wild rally may not last long, and it could leave traders seeing red if they aren’t careful.

INHD stock is up 46.4% as of Monday morning but was down 54.4% year-to-date when markets closed on Friday.

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