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3 Stocks on the Move

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By Harry Boxer, TheTechTrader

Three stocks that had been digesting recent gains now appear to be on the rise again.

ArQule, Inc. (ARQL) gained 42 cents to $7.17 on 2.6 million shares Tuesday.  The move, on more than 1/2 times its average volume, came on no news from the biopharmaceutical company.  The stock broke out of a month-long wedge pattern last week and backed off before Tuesday's move.  It edged above resistance at the July high of $7.21 intraday.  A follow-through could get it to $8.50 next.

Qudian Inc. (QD) jumped 95 cents to $7.09 on 10.9 million shares Tuesday, or 1 1/2 times its average volume.  The move followed Monday's earning release by the China-based provider of online small consumer credit products. The stock had been in a down-channel off its May 2 high at $8.51, but Tuesday's move broke it out above the declining tops line.  Watch for a test of that $8.51 high next.

Roku, Inc. (ROKU) popped $4.30 to $87.63 on 10.9 million shares Tuesday on no news from the streaming TV company.  The stock gapped up by about a third on May 9 on strong earnings, and has been flagging since.  Tuesday's move edged the stock above the top of the pennant, as the stock had its highest close ever.  The  long-term rising channel points to a target in the high-$90's

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Harry Boxer is founder of TheTechTrader.com, a live trading room featuring his trade alerts and technical market analysis. A 45-year veteran technical analyst and stock picker, Harry is author of "Profitable Day & Swing Trading," named by Stock Trader's Almanac as the "2015 Best Investment Book of the Year." Harry is a popular speaker at financial forums and conferences in the U.S. and internationally, including The Traders Expo and World Money Show, and widely syndicated on sites including MarketWatch, TheStreet, Minyanville, DecisionPoint, and more.

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