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There is a limited price history with the company, which went public in August, but aggressive traders could probe its long side.
Greater clarity on the presidential transition and the naming of Janet Yellen as the next Treasury Secretary help push stocks higher.
The company is doing a lot better than some peers right now and could see demand surge as 2021 progresses. But a difficult cost structure and competitive pressures shouldn't be ignored either.