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24/7 Market News- Versus Systems (NASDAQ: VS) Still in Play

(24/7 MARKET NEWS)– We noticed that Versus Systems (NASDAQ: VS) was perking up and stated, while it was trading just below 50 cents, in yesterday’s premarket, that it looked like it wanted to challenge the 70-cent level.

After it hit 70 cents yesterday, it retreated, but still closed in the green, $0.4515, up $0.0515 (+12.87%), on 34,415,008 shares traded. The pullback was on lower volume, which is bullish, but the action just before the close was a little unnerving. However, if it was a shorter painting the tape just before the close, and we’re up this morning, we may be looking at something special.

Versus hit a high of $0.67, in this morning’s premarket, and is trading at 0.55, higher by a dime (+26.25%), on 1,675,898 shares.

Let’s see if Versus can hold above 50 cents and the volume remains strong, because it has a few key next level potential mover ingredients.

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