BBIG Stock: Why Investors Charge Vinco Ventures Before Profit
Vinco Ventures (NASDAQ:BBIG) Share rallies higher on Tuesday as investors look to the company ahead of the upcoming profit call.
Vinco Ventures has already published its earnings report for the second quarter of 2021 after the market closed on Monday. The company posted several declines during its earnings report that investors likely wouldn’t be happy about.
For example, Vinco Ventures notes that sales fell 48% from $ 5.17 million to $ 2.69 million. This is mainly due to a decrease in sales of personal protective equipment in the Edison Nation Medical division. Gross profit also fell 17% year-on-year.
Despite these results, why are traders buying more and more BBIG stocks?
Will Meade weighs the situation about a. away Twitter (NYSE:TWTR) Post. Meade is a former hedge fund manager with more than 213,000 followers on the social media platform. He regularly publishes insights into financial matters on his account. Check out his tweet below.
$ BBIG has a big winning call on Wednesday
Shorts will likely be in call with blankets
25% short interest
– Will Meade (@realwillmeade) August 24, 2021
With the increasing interest in Vinco Ventures, there is more trading. As of this writing, around 10 million shares have changed hands. That is quickly approaching the company’s average daily trading volume of 15.1 million shares.
Vinco Ventures’ main business is buying and growing companies to expand its brand portfolio. It calls this the BIG strategy, or Buy. Innovate. Grow. The company is based in Bethlehem, Penn. and was founded in 2017.
BBIG shares rose 21.1% on Tuesday afternoon.
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