Red Cat Holdings (NASDAQ:RCAT) is seeing its shares plummet 37% premarket after pricing its public offering of roughly 13.3M shares of its common stock at $4.50/share, for gross proceeds of only $60M.
A gap is a space between prices that occurs when the price of a stock makes a move down or up when there is no trading happening in between.
Investors studying the fundamentals might be conducting in-depth company research before deciding when to purchase a particular stock. The investor checklist may include studying the scope of a company’s competitive industry advantage, examining company management, and trying to get a general feel if the stock is valued properly. Once the decision is made that the company is a good fit for the portfolio, it may be wise to assess whether or not current conditions and price levels indicate proper levels for share purchase. The timing of purchasing a researched stock obviously comes with some level of trepidation. Investors will only know in the future whether they got in at the right price. A stock that looks very attractive today may not be as attractive in the future. Sometimes the investor will just have to trust their research and instinct when purchasing shares.
Recent Price History
Red Cat Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ:RCAT)’s performance this year to date is 136.67%. The stock has performed 136.67% over the last seven days, 125.40% over the last thirty, and 68.65% over the last three months. Over the last six months, Red Cat Holdings, Inc.’s stock has been 149.12% and 472.58% for the year.
The simple moving average is the most common method used to calculate the moving average of prices. Red Cat Holdings, Inc.’s 20-Day Simple Moving Average is 31.20%. Extending back, their 50-Day Simple Moving Average is 38.14%, looking even further back, their 200-Day Simple Moving Average stands at 44.28%.
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