On Monday morning at 11:15AMEDT, NIA announced Sterling Construction (STRL) at $10.25 per share as its #1 suggestion of how NIA members can profit big off of the devastation and destruction of Hurricane Harvey. Following NIA’s suggestion, STRL immediately rallied by $0.58 or 5.66% to close Monday at $10.83 per share. On Tuesday, STRL had another HUGE day gaining $1.16 or 10.71% to close at $11.99 per share. Yesterday morning, STRL exploded $0.74 or 6.17% to a high of $12.73 per share!
At yesterday’s high, STRL was up $2.48 or 24.2% from NIA’s suggestion just two days earlier! Over the last three trading days, STRL has traded a total of 2,764,600 shares for dollar volume of $32.79 million. This means STRL’s 24.2% gain in 48 hours was legit even for NIA’s wealthiest members who invest millions of dollars into a single stock!
Some investors did take profits yesterday, causing STRL to dip $0.87 or 6.83% from its morning high to finish the day at $11.86 per share. Looking at STRL’s chart, the stock gapped up at the open of the last two trading days and although Wednesday’s gap has already been filled in – there is still a gap between Monday’s high and Tuesday’s open.
NIA is 1,000% sure that STRL is about to benefit more from Hurricane Harvey infrastructure reconstruction than any other publicly traded company in the entire market. Although we are extremely confident that STRL will surpass its key breakout point of $14.93 per share and explode to $20 per share in the short-term, after gapping up on two straight trading days, it would be ideal from a technical perspective if STRL would first consolidate a little bit more before its next big move up. We don’t want to see it run too far too fast!
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