On Thursday, our Under the Radar Moversnewsletter suggested shorting small cap acoustic technology stock LRAD Corp (NASDAQ: LRAD):
The Lrad short is a rather preemptive/presumptuous one, though worth the risk. The pros is the recent bump into the 100-day moving average line, and subsequent pullback from it. But, it’s the context of that action that means just as much. LRAD has been trending lower since September, and the bearish crosses of the moving averages essentially confirm the weakness is taking hold. At the very least we’re looking for a heated selloff soon, not unlike the one we saw in late September and again in January
Our Under the Radar Moversnewsletter has a further discussion about small cap LRAD Corps technical chart along with a potential shorting strategy:
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