One Pony Between Us And A Clear Victory
U-Vend Inc. (UVND) opened up real nice, starting at $0.15 to give the Posse a toehold and then climbing to $0.17 last I checked.
That’s showing up on the screens as a 17% day-to-day score, reasonable payout for the traders and more importantly a signal to everyone else.
And if UVND can stretch one more penny, big open sky opens for all parties in the game:
Just ONE bit of historical resistance left over from the last six spectacular days. From there, you have to go back to hypothetical territory.
MACD above zero is good. RSI above 50 means “bullish,” but not so bullish that we might fret about the party being over before it starts.
All the big trend lines are below us, acting as SUPPORT. Happy happy!
And although UVND looks a long way from its recent peak of $0.185 right now, the tops and bottoms have converged nicely in the past week.
We look closer to a BREAKOUT or at least a fresh test of that top now than we have in days. Don’t take more than couple pennies to make it happen!
Now what’s UVND all about and why are traders building those strong volume bars in their hunger to climb on board?
Turns out them vending machines are pretty good business. Not a blockbuster but on average they score about $30 a day.
Every day. Every machine. And as the network expands, overall sales bloomed by 69% year over year to a $1.5 MILLION annual run rate.
UVND currently rates a market cap of $2.4 million soaking wet, so that strikes me as an unusually low price-to-sales calculation.
Then you got new products and new markets! UVND is growing so fast in Las Vegas they needed a new supply depot to keep the machines full.
Major League Baseball is a partner to get the machines in stadiums. Did I mention that the machines run ads and infographics for added revenue?
All in all, UVND is on the go. It ain’t sexy in a Wall Street way, but it’s breaking personal revenue records machine by machine.
Are YOU pushing the buttons and watching the cash flow?
Happy, Happy, Happy Trading!
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