NIA is very pleased that BVSN reached a new 52-week high of $56.46 yesterday. We saw some profit taking in the afternoon yesterday. After BVSN declined into the mid-$40s, NIA reduced its position so that it could buy back shares if BVSN were to dip below $40. We believe this morning's low of $37.67 is probably the bottom and we are placing a large order to purchase shares at $38. If we don't get filled at $38 this afternoon then we may increase our order to a higher price tomorrow.
On BVSN's first major correction in January the stock bottomed at $20 and quickly bounced to $44.50. On BVSN's second correction in February it made a double-bottom at $29, which was $9 above the previous bottom. In late-February NIA predicted that BVSN would probably rise to at least $53.50 or $9 above the last top of $44.50, before reaching another short-term peak and dipping.
BVSN reached that $53.50 level yesterday and ended up rising as high as $56.46 before making another short-term correction. The fact that BVSN bounced so strong after reaching $37.67 this morning shows that $38, or $9 above the last bottom of $29, is a major support level. There is an excellent chance of $37.67 holding as the bottom. Whether or not BVSN retests $38 like it retested the $29 bottom before bouncing, we don't know. If it does we will be there buying the stock.
After JIVE hit a new 52-week high on Friday of $24.54, it too saw some profit taking this week down to a low yesterday of $21.46 and is bouncing strongly today to a high of $22.75. It is only natural and healthy for BVSN to dip as well and because BVSN is more volatile than JIVE, it makes larger price swings. We believe both stocks are going back to new 52-week highs soon. The Digital London Summit begins on Tuesday and NIA is leaving for the summit on Monday.
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