Why Is MicroCloud Hologram (HOLO) Stock Up 47% Today?


  • MicroCloud Hologram (HOLO) stock is heading higher on Thursday with heavy trading.
  • That’s despite a lack of news from the company.
  • This could be a short squeeze of HOLO shares.
HOLO Stock - Why Is MicroCloud Hologram (HOLO) Stock Up 47% Today?

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MicroCloud Hologram (NASDAQ:HOLO) stock is taking off on Thursday as the holographic technology services company’s shares experience strong pre-market trading this morning.

That has more than 6.7 million shares of HOLO stock changing hands as of this writing. This is quickly closing in on the company’s daily average trading volume of about 9 million shares.

It’s also worth mentioning that HOLO stock has a float of 5.74 million shares. This implies that MicroCloud Hologram may be seeing a short squeeze on Thursday.

Adding to this is the fact that HOLO is a penny stock. That comes from its market capitalization of $13.308 million and prior closing price of $2.24 per share. All of this opens it up to volatility from short sellers and retail traders.

HOLO Stock News Today

Another thing that investors will want to note is the lack of news from MicroCloud Hologram stock this morning. The company hasn’t published any new press releases or filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) that would explain this rally. There also isn’t any new analyst coverage today that would trigger this movement.

HOLO stock is up 47.3% as of Thursday morning. The stock was down 37.4% year-to-date when markets closed on Wednesday.

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