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Yahoo BusinessSep 21, 2020
These 2 Penny Stocks Could Rally All the Way to $11, Says Cantor
Is more volatility on tap for stocks? Following a three-week losing streak, the longest in about a year, all eyes are on the market. The three major U.S. stock indexes have struggled for the last few weeks as the titans of tech, which have fueled the charge forward from COVID-induced lows, came under pressure due to overheated valuations, with market watchers waiting to see how renewed lockdown fears will come into play.So, what's the bottom line for investors? Even though uncertainty remains as Wall Street gears up for the fourth quarter, the pros are pounding the table on a select few names, noting that these tickers boast strong long-term growth narratives.Bearing this in mind, our focus shifted to two penny stocks backed by investment firm Cantor. Major gains could be in store, as the firm's analysts believe these tickers trading for less than $5 per share could climb all the way to $11.These plays are known for being risky, so we turned to TipRanks' database. Using the platform, we got the full scoop, to find out why both are so compelling even with the risk involved.Rockwell Medical (RMTI)With the goal of transforming iron deficiency and anemia management in a wide variety of therapeutic areas, Rockwell Medical works to improve the lives of patients all over the world. Given the strength of its technology and its $1.22 share price, Cantor thinks that now is the time to snap up shares.Firm analyst Brandon Folkes notes that RMTI "has begun to build on its presence in the dialysis market" with the recent la

Yahoo BusinessSep 21, 2020
Stock market news live updates: Stock futures slip after volatile session
Stock futures were mixed Monday evening on the heels of another sharply negative day for US equities. The S&P 500 closed out the regular session lower for a fourth straight day, marking its longest losing streak since February.


MarketWatchSep 21, 2020
As wildfires burn up the West Coast, where should displaced residents move?
Working-class Americans in states like California are more likely to see their homes go up in flames, but choosing a safer place to live isn't necessarily straightforward in the age of climate change.
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