Undervalued Stocks with Volume Increases Include QFOR, TLAB, BPOP, DRYS and BZH, Reports Thestockfather.com
Illinois-based Quadrant4 Corporation sees shares jump following report of upgrade and cloud technology advances
Quadrant4 Corp., a global tech company based in Rolling Meadows, Ill., traded up as much as 25 percent on Friday before closing at 42 cents. Volume for QFOR closed at over 221,000 shares traded with a three-month average of well under 10,000.
Thestockfather.com reported in a premarket stock alert on Friday that shares of QFOR could be trading significantly higher in the near and long-term future.
Signs seem to indicate an upward trend. Quadrant4 (QFOR) posted news on Friday that it received an upgrade from a trade publication. The company also announced the development of its cloud enabled comprehensive platform for the national health insurance exchanges which will become operational in 2014.
Other stocks on Thestockfather.com's watch list include Tellabs, Inc. (NASDAQ: TLAB). Shares of TLAB closed at $3.96, up slightly on volume of 3.2 million.
Popular, Inc. (NasdaqGS: BPOP) closed at $1.87 on Friday. The banking company provides a range of retail and commercial banking products and services primarily to corporate clients, small and middle size businesses, and retail clients in Puerto Rico and Mainland United States.
Shares of BPOP have traded as high as $3.30 over the past year. Thestockfather.com believes that any sustained rally in the financial sector will most definitely make BPOP one of the most undervalued on the market.
Another stock that Thestockfather.com rates as undervalued is DryShips Inc. (NasdaqGS: DryS). Shares of the logistics company are currently at $3.52 well off its 52-week high of over $5.
The housing company, Beazer Homes USA, Inc. (NYSE: BZH) closed at $3.22 on Friday. It, too, is far off its year-high. Thestockfather.com believes a rally could be in order as the housing season for 2012 begins.
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