urban-gro Inc (UGRO)

0.18 1.55
Prev Close 11.61
Open 11.54
Day Low/High 11.32 / 11.90
52 Wk Low/High 6.75 / 162.00
Volume 140.67K
Exchange NASDAQ
Shares Outstanding 10.51B
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)

Pockets of momentum are narrow Tuesday as rotation continues.

Once again I'm looking forward to kicking the tires on the concept that triple nets can outperform the benchmarks.

There's good follow-through buying Thursday, but another good close is needed to restore confidence in an uptrend.

This is my thinking as we head into the fourth quarter.

Traders are doing what they do when there's volatility.

Trading action seems to be shifting away from social media-driven names and into stocks with solid fundamentals and charts.

If you knew where to look, you could find some hot pockets of good trading.

There are better bids today, and breadth is improving.

My positions change very fast and I'm actively trading all these names.

The process of closing the gap between large-caps and secondary stocks may be starting today.

We are heading into some poor seasonality next week and I plan to move incrementally.

The key is to move incrementally as we head into the seasonally best time of the year.

Many of the stocks favored by speculative traders are coming on strong.

Here's how to spot great buys -- and avoid falling into trading traps -- on days like this.

Urban-gro is a small company under the radar with substantial growth.

This is still a tricky trading market with many small-caps languishing due to a lack of interest.

There are any number of ways the inconsistency in the market action can fix itself.

Here's what to look for with Playboy and Urban-gro.

I see much better stock picking and trading now.

As legislation that would let pot stocks list on Nasdaq fails to take root, I'm cultivating other opportunities.

With breadth negative and the indexes up, here's the investing trap that could get you if you're not careful.

We're going to see some random action in front of the weekend.

The cannabis sector is finally turning back up after a sharp correction that started in early February.